Author Jessica Sankiewicz makes her poetry debut with a compilation of poems from her twentieth year. Now You Can See tells the story of a young woman caught between two worlds and her journey to reach some sort of clarity.
Slaying Dragons is a collection of original quotes, poetry, and a few short stories written by American author and novelist, Richelle E. Goodrich. This book is meant to entertain and motivate individuals on a daily basis. It includes a quote for leap year plus two additional bonus quotes.
Longest Poem written by Parekh contains a Herculean, 7389 words, 46257 characters. Composed in his own inimitable style and with stupendous intensity all throughout, the poem is a royal treatise to the chapters of the English language and is the first of its kind evolved in pure poetic verse till the end, unlike many of its contemporaries.
The Positivity verses is a 37 part anthology expressing the rise and fall of a romantic relationship through the eyes of a man; from being single to coming to terms with the loss of a breakup. A raw and personal look at something we've all been through at some stage in our lives. Hopefully you will find something in there for you.
Ruth has lost everything. Everything but her unicorn. But he doesn't trust himself around her, because he knows that if he loses control, the inner horror inside of him will rage and kill Ruth. But Ruth doesn't care. He's all she has left. Will Aaron, her unicorn, let her near? Or will he push her away forever?
The next installment in the poetic life of Stephen Brown, this sixth in the series contains the three short volumes: Moving Again, Four Floors Up and Two Cities.
Roads contains the usual eclectic mix featuring titles such as: Flotsam, Empty House Blues, A Snail in Two Cities and Questions That Smells Bring to Mind.
Who says poetry is dead?