Reflections

A Woman's Journey through Life Experiences
By Annie K. Koshi

Annie Koshi was born in India, received her education there and then immigrated to the United States where she earned two more Master's Degrees and a Doctorate from Columbia University but is now retired after serving as an English Professor and the Director of the...

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Responsorials

By Rich Follett and Constance Stadler

The collection of poems "Responsorials" by Rich Follett and Constance Stadler demonstrates a very strong sense of poetic maturity in both poets involved. The combined effort of the poets try to trace the subtle shades of diversified complexities related to human existence. The topic itself...

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Romance With a Touch of Love

By Kevin Hollingsworth

Kevin Hollingsworth has written poetry to touch the heart of those in love - or those who wish to be in love. In "Romance With A Touch of Love", the author seeks to share his feelings on the essence of being human and the variable...

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Real Life Poem Collections

By Todd Pagano

Real Life Poem Collections by Todd Pagano, is a book of poetry that, at times, reads like a very short story. They are poems that deal with real life issues, spirituality, humor and everyday situations. From poems to our President, to our soldiers and the...

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Reflections of a Mississippi Magnolia

By Patricia Neely-Dorsey

Life in the south is different.  Time seems to move a little slower.  The tea is a lot sweeter.  The birds sing a loud clear song while the smell of honeysuckle lingers in the air. I have always lived in upper south, never in the deep...