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Boston Dialect

Volume One
By Paul Tait

The first poem in Boston Dialect: Volume One, Ashes Lent, gives a hint at a religious, or at least deep-thinking man in Paul Tait. According to the introduction, none of the poems had titles originally; they were an expression of his on-going thoughts. The titles...

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Beyond Rock Bottom

A Collection of Poetry
By Kara Petrovic

Beyond Rock Bottom: A Collection of Poetry by Kara Petrovic is a compilation of the author's prose, chronicling some incredibly dark and difficult times in life. There is a cautionary clause as the book begins, a trigger warning for depictions that include suicide, mental illness,...

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Black Butterfly

The Journey - The Victory
By Lorna Jackie Wilson

Black Butterfly: The Journey - The Victory by Lorna Jackie Wilson is a book of the author's poetry, compiled into a collection of poems. Separated into two sections, the poetry compilation and tributes, Wilson shares her experiences as a child in the foster care system,...

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Black Sheep, Rising

By C. Streetlights

Black Sheep, Rising is a non-fiction memoir in prose and verse written by C. Streetlights. What exactly is a black sheep and how did the term ever come to have the connotation it bears of describing the outcast, the misfit, the left-out-of-it? Streetlights examines the...

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Between the Lines There Lies a Story of Me

The Lost and Found Hope, Volume 1
By Sabaine

No one needs to love poetry to appreciate this wonderful collection of poems. Between The Lines There Lies a Story of Me by Sabaine features well-written, rhythmic, and beautiful poems that will resonate with a wide range of readers, poems that cover a variety of...

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Before It Sets You Free

By Anca Rotar

Before It Sets You Free by Anca Rotar is a collection of particularly dark poems that leave a lasting impression on the reader, or at least they did on me. The poem Warriors was quite good and I liked the last lines - "I am...

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Brightness From The Shadows

By Jon M. Nelson

Jon M Nelson has one distinct message that he wants readers of Brightness from the Shadows to get: we are all part of the human race. No man is lesser or greater and therefore what we can infer from this is that the wars we...

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Body Language

Another Collection of Poems About Aging
By Janet Cameron Hoult

Body Language: Another Collection of Poems About Aging by Janet Cameron Hoult is a humorous collection of poems about growing older. No part of the body is spared in this book as the author pokes good-natured fun at the ears, eyes, nose, teeth, colon, heart,...

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Book of Poems

Inspirational Poems
By Phyllis Sunday

Book of Poems by Phyllis Sunday is a special collection of poetry which blends spiritual love with a fresh attitude to answering the demands of modern times. I love the way that Sunday speaks honestly on various subjects without compromising on style and rhythm. The...

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By Light Betrayed

Poetry of the Vampires
By Sherry Rentschler

By Light Betrayed: Poetry of the Vampires by Sherry Rentschler is both a distinctive and interesting read. There are over thirty poems featuring haunting and melancholy vampire themes. For example, in the poem Crossing the Line, it reads: “Sunlight teases behind the tomb. Dandelions wilt...

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