Say Not “What If” by Andrew Friedman A dying man craves the time he has lost. Written as a long rhyming poem, Say Not “What If” recounts his journey and the consequences of the choices he makes in a desperate desire to stay alive. Exceptionally easy to read and understand, many readers have praised the […]
Targeted Age Group:: Adult Category: Poetry About Say Not “What If”: A dying man craves the time he has lost. Written as a long rhyming poem, Say Not “What If” recounts his journey and the consequences of the choices he makes in a desperate desire to stay alive. Exceptionally easy to read and understand, many […]
Random Musings of a Late Baby Boomer explores personal and seminal moments from the early 1960s until the present. Adapting free verse style and conversational tones, the poems meditate upon the universal and existential questions that produce the events that “rub” a life. Random Musings rouses the dormant mind and slinks alongside the periphery of […]
About Poetic Potpourri by Marc Mullo My first released title to market thus far is a personal collection of some of my favourite pieces from the initial decade of my writing career. Each poem evokes various thoughts and emotions, as all literature should do, and every poem even tells its own story; in so many […]
About Making it Through Life by Alex Pauley A set of poems of describe going through depression. Get The Book From Amazon.
About Into The Light and Other Poems by Joseph Carney These poem of allowing the elf to be, to experience the wonders of sand, rock, water, fire and air. I’ve included the diamante, diamond shaped poem, for the sheer beauty of the form. Feel the expansion and retreat to a new beginning. Acrostic poems, the […]
About State of Mind: A journey through the hills and valleys of life by Donald Easton-Brooks The book is a collection of thoughts and poems that reflect the hills and valleys of life. The book is a collection of thoughts and poems the author wrote from junior high school to adulthood. From a young age, […]