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My Stroke of Inspiration

By Ann Marie Thomas

My Stroke of Inspiration by Ann Marie Thomas is a personal account of one woman dealing with the aftermath of a stroke told through poetry. The introduction tells us of the events of when she had the stroke. It happened at random one day while...

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Musings of a Madman

By Adam Levon Brown

Musings of a Madman is a collection of poetry written by Adam Levon Brown, an English literature student attending the University of Oregon. His poems cover a wide range of topics ranging from classical themes, modern events and discourses on the different aspects of love,...

My Soul Is From a Different Place

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By Cherie Burbach

My Soul Is From a Different Place: Poems by Cherie Burbach is a soulful collection of poems that covers diverse topics along with her distinctive voice on faith. The poet also shares her thoughts about the ups and downs of life. The metaphors behind the...

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Memoir of Life, Love, Hardship, & Spirituality

A Collection of Traditional and Free Verse Poetry-Special Edition
By Kaitlyn Millet

Memoir of Life, Love, Hardship, & Spirituality - A Collection of Traditional and Free Verse Poetry - Special Edition by Kaitlyn Millet is a compilation of poems written for teenagers and young adults. The poems cover sexuality, personal emotions, fear, love, hate, spirituality, and Christianity....

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Man-Corn in the Promised Land

Tales of Cannibalism & Other Extreme Folklore
By Chairman Wow

Man-Corn in the Promised Land: Tales of Cannibalism & Other Extreme Folklore is a compilation of gruesome short stories, political satire, and witty verse. From stories about sex-crazed zombies to a hermaphroditic Sasquatch, Chairman Wow does not fail to inundate his readers with the grotesque...

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Monsters Under My Bed

Poems of love, loss, betrayal and survival
By Tamara Helene Arrington

"Monsters Under My Bed" is a poetry book written by Tamara Helene Arrington specially dedicated to her son, Connor Bryant Arrington. This is Arrington’s second poetry book after "Tattooed". This poetry collection once again shows why Arrington’s skill as a poet should be recognized. This...

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Mooseclumps

By Ryan T. Bliss

"Mooseclumps" by Ryan T. Bliss is a poetry book. Mooseclumps, the title character, is a cat with a big ego. The rest of this book has poems about monsters named Mangor and The Grumble, Scotland, ladders, the seasons, body parts and the senses, pillows, cooking,...

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Mentality Listens

Where Art Screams
By Venus Perez

“This book is a compilation of poetry that I have written throughout the years as I was introduced to pain, was married to pain, divorced pain, and remarried a few years later . . . It is not easy to live with pain, but it...

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My Side of the Story

By Charron Monaye

My Side of the Story by Charron Monaye is a wonderful collection of poems which should appeal to women of any age. The poetry is divided into sections including Love Is All We Need, Experience Is the Best Teacher, The Dream Must Continue, Heartbreak Is...

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Music of the Alamo

By William R. Chemerka, Allen J. Wiener

Music of the Alamo is an awe-inspiring book, and the CD that comes with it is like icing on the cake.  William R. Chemerka and Allen J. Wiener have thoroughly researched the era.  The photographs are amazing.  In the Introduction, Phil Collins calls himself “An...