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Art of 4 Elements: Discover Alchemy of Love through Poetry (Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training Book 1)

by Nataša Nuit Pantović

Spiritual Poetry Book

Discover alchemy through poetry
Discover love through alchemy

The Art of Four Elements book is a collaboration of four artists: one poet, one photographer and two painters. The poetry is an inspiration for the work of the artists. Each of the artists has chosen 40 poems and has created the art work based on the theme and the ‘vibe' of each poem. Together they created an e-book with 120 poems and 120 photos, paintings, and drawings.

Transforming the visible into words, and words into images, we stumbled upon the four elements, and upon each others’ expression of Love, Joy, Suffering, Compassion, Curiosity, and most of all, Wonder towards all the manifestations within Nature.

The poetry, the photography, ...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Teen & Young Adult
Size: Unknown
Free eBook download for Kindle from 07 April 2020 onward PDT/PST 

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Waitress at the Red Moon Pizzeria

by Eleanor Levine

In Waitress at the Red Moon Pizzeria Eleanor Levine has crafted a collection of poetry that will challenge her readers to view their pasts through a new lens: one that is untainted by regret, shame, or fear. She invites her readers to reflect on the honesty in the desire, love, and pain that have driven their lives by following the journeys of narrators using the same lens to view their own lives. A daughter worries about her father buried deep in the ground, alone except for the cicadas that cover the ground every seventeen years. A mother attends Wagnerian acupuncture lessons and struggles to maintain the sanctity of her children’s Jewish heritage even as it slips into the cracks of passing time. A sister laments the monotony of her brother’s chosen lifestyle but wonders if the commo...

Genre: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 133 pages
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Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Fierce Light

by Linda Scheller

The voices of brilliant women from the world's past resonate in thought-provoking poetry based on Scheller's extensive research into 36 great women's circumstances and accomplishments. In diverse poetic form and tone, Harriet Tubman, Frida Kahlo, and Ada Lovelace speak alongside lesser-known heroines including Tsuyako Kitashima, Bessie Coleman, and Margaret Ann Bulkley. Filtering history through the lens of imagination, the poems in Fierce Light illuminate a fascinating pantheon of women whose courage and determination imbue the reader with awe and inspiration....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 90 pages
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Praise in Poetic Form: Exhort, Encourage, Edify an Independent Baptist Devotional

by Em Kennedy

"Bold and Beautiful are the words of truth that uplift the soul." We all go through times in our life when we need a little encouragement. At these times, it is refreshing to have something that can help us turn our focus off ourselves, and our problems, and onto God. Praise is one way in which we can do this. This book is full of inspirational poetry to do just that! It encourages the soul while putting the focus on our wonderful Creator God, our Savior, and Protector. With poetry about the grace of God, the love of God, the forgiveness and faithfulness of God, and many more of His attributes, this book will inspire you to take a look at your Maker and glorify Him for Who He is and what He has done....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Christian
Size: 132 pages
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Detaching Roots: Poetry and Prose

by Beverly Maier

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Women's Fiction, Women, Contemporary
Size: 179 pages
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Rain and Embers

by Ali Nuri

A raw and unfiltered debut, Rain and Embers explores far-reaching themes of migration, asylum-seeking, trauma, abuse, racism, religion, philosophy, intimacy, love, loss, forgiveness, and redemption. Ali Nuri was born in the southern marshlands of Iraq at the height of the Iran-Iraq War to a Shi'a family. As a persecuted religious sect, they were attacked by the tyrannical government under Saddam Hussein and fled across the desert to escape. He spent his childhood reeling from the trauma of being uprooted and forced to migrate. Ali survived four years in a refugee camp in Saudi Arabia before being granted asylum by the United States at the age of 7.Growing up with dyslexia as a non-native English speaker in the West and trading one oppression for another, the pervasive fe...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Middle Eastern, United States, Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Islam, American
Size: 192 pages
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Lost in the Telling

by Harold Whit Williams

The poems that make up Lost in the Telling present a scene change from the southern gothic narratives of Williams’ previous collections. These surreal little poems, most of them looser in form, explore dreams (both the day and night variety) and those worlds in which they are set. The would-be rock and roller longing for his suburban home, for peace and quiet in the day-to-day. Or the middle-aged office worker reminiscing over his past life—its smoky, blurry late nights on the road, its backstages and broken-down vans, its overdriven guitars and hangover cures. But more than being just a journal of dreams (a well-mined theme for poets since time immemorial), Lost in the Telling strives to translate these hazy hallucinations, and then inform the reader/fellow traveler of what he or she ...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 72 pages
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The Power of Hope

by G Shrinithyaa

The Power of Hope is a simple motivational book for students who aspire to achieve a brilliant professional career. It is not only for students, but people who look for changes in their professional lives, to dream big, for achievers who want to travel along the road less travelled and for so many of us who wants to get inspired to create. The Power of Hope” is a simple guide and a motivational book for your life at any point of time. It has small, easy and lovable poems to inspire you to achieve whatever you want in your life and career. There are numerous challenges that we face every day in life wherever and however we are. It is during those challenging times and the contrary boring routine days that we look for a support and a friend to help us relax, rejuvenate and to realize our p...

Genre: Children's eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Self-Help, Motivational, Poetry, Nonfiction, Religion & Spirituality, Spirituality, Women's Fiction, Women
Size: 91 pages
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Twigs

by Yvonne Brewer

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Women's Fiction, Women
Size: 50 pages
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The Results of a Failed Abortion: A Collection of Poems

by Shaun Smith

The Result of a Failed Abortion is an autobiographical collection of poems by Shaun O. Smith. Dealing with issues from sexual and mental abuse to living with depression and anxiety, Shaun openly discusses the pain that has kept his mind captive most of his life. Freeing himself from these struggles, he hopes to either speak to or connect with others who have similar thoughts and problems. For those who can't relate, he acknowledges the role they play in letting him vent his issues....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry
Size: 72 pages
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Insomniacs, We

by J. Andrew Schrecker

Insomniacs compose grocery lists and manifestos, a phoenix lies charred in its own ashes, and shadows hide in corners, afraid of themselves. In this decade-spanning volume of poetry, J. Andrew Schrecker blends surrealism, observation, and personal confession to paint a portrait of heartache and longing in recession-torn America....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American
Size: 143 pages
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Blossoming Bones

by Décio Coelho

Be careful as you approach the garden of spinal thorns: some of the flowers and bones are too fragile and too helpless, others are spiky and unbent. They can sting or heal you. The same applies to words. Some of them will soothe you, make you feel loose, and some may hurt you, like an unavoidable truth you never wanted to hear. But in the end, you will know that it was all needed, so you could grow into the beautifully-ornamented skeleton you support, flourished and blossomed. With spikes and all.This is an autopsy of the heart and the soul of the young....

Genre: Children's eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Teen & Young Adult, Contemporary
Size: 181 pages
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Dally London

by Dally London

Original poetry and prose written from the pulse of a broken heart. Buy if you want. Don't if you don't. I am grateful you even clicked the link. Cheers....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Short Stories, World Literature, British, United States, Women's Fiction, American, Women, Contemporary, Love Poems, Single Authors
Size: Unknown
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Love Without Borders: A poetry collection from the heart (Without Borders Inspirational Series Book 3)

by Virginia Martin

Love Without Borders: A poetry collection from the heart, is a compilation of poems on faith, hope, love, and life. It is Volume Three in the Without Borders Inspirational Series, and includes a bonus section of additional poetry written by Virginia Martin’s family and friends. Poetry is an uplifting and inspiring illustration of what makes us come alive. Virginia believes that love connects us all, and invites readers to open their hearts to a new experience in reading the written word....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational
Size: 95 pages
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All That I Love –– DrawingPoems

by Yu Cao

"Yu Cao's drawings and poems are colorful, whimsical, and imaginative... It is a pleasure to browse through this delightful book!""Yu's drawing poems remind me to enjoy life's precious moments and to see the world with child-like wonder. ""If you are looking for an inspirational book with imaginative art to go along with it, Yu Cao truly delivers this for you." -- Amazon reviewAll That I Love / DrawingPoems has entered the collection of Center for Arts and Language at Rhode Island School of Design. This book is unique in the beautifully integrated drawings and poems that reveal the ineffable beauty of daily life.Here's what Yu Cao wrote at the beginning of the book: "We all experience these moments of ineffable beauty when we are present with what is and connect with other beings. I invite...

Genre: Arts & Photography, Individual Artists, Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Nonfiction
Size: Unknown
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Live Love Life (Rhyming poetry by Philip Lister Book 3)

by Philip Lister

Life Love Life. The third in the collection of rhyming poetry by Philip Lister. A walk through the chasms of my imagination, Humoristic musings, stubbornness and its intricacies, fantasy enveloping and dancing with joy, brightest stars and forbidden fruit, the one and only almighty dude. Searching for a little friend, remembering loved ones that we should never forget. Inner beauty seeping skin deep, your everything in a temptress’ kiss, invasive jealousy with my dirty little cheat, burned by my adorning solar flare. Screaming in an evaporating exhaustion, your soul destroying emptiness, innocent and defenceless, misery, madness and discarded revolting glory. Being different, fighting through life, young love and vicious peer pressure,craving fame. Never forget to Live Love Life…...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Love Poems
Size: 81 pages
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Of Haiku

by Julian Bound

OF HAIKU a Poetry Book by JULIAN BOUNDA poetry collection from National Geographic contributor and award winning documentary photographer Julian Bound.Exploring the concepts of Compassion, Love, Kindness, Mind, Contemplation, Observation, Happiness, Mindfulness, Being and Reflection, through the medium of traditional Japanese Haiku poetry, each poem offers a guide for contemplation and meditation in both the emotional and metaphysical worlds found within the sentiments of the soul.Including previously unpublished poems and selected poetry from:Haiku For The SoulHaiku of The HeartIn Simplicity of ThoughtThe Awareness of BeingThere Remnants of SelfAnd So… The Buddha SmiledHaiku, A Journey Through The Deepest EmotionsAn insight into the arenas of the human condition and awareness’ elusive...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Asian, Japanese & Haiku
Size: 114 pages
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My Wedding With Truth

by Nidhi Kaur

Discover God's presence for yourself through Nidhi Kaur's transcendent collection of spiritual-based poetry, My Wedding with Truth.

Through poems such as "The Soul Shall Receive What It Desires," "Blessed Is This Human Form,” and “You Are The Universe" Kaur gives readers hope and guidance in transforming their lives into ones full of happiness and peace.

The average day is filled with stress, both major and mundane—this compilation teaches how to release that tension, forgive those who are causing pain, and live every single day in the present moment.

Kaur knows that for many people, the idea of "God" exists as something other, something that perhaps can only be found within the walls of a church, temple, or a mosque. But she reveals God is all...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Religion & Spirituality, Spirituality, Women's Fiction, Women
Size: 183 pages
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Small Fires

by Jose Angel Araguz

In SMALL FIRES, José Angel Araguz engages personal mythologies of the self, culture, and place. The crucible of Mexican-American identity is on display: poems about feeling the need to hide one’s Spanish and family history live alongside those dealing with reclaiming and owning one’s language and life. At the center of this collection is a series detailing a divorce where heart and heritage clashed and forged a new beginning. Whether creating a fable of a man who tries to walk across Texas only to turn into a mesquite tree, addressing issues of domestic violence experienced both in childhood and as an adult, or catching up with La Llorona in cafes, saloons, and movie theaters, these poems move with the urgency of the present moment and the intimacy of memory and imagination....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 77 pages
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Dark Matters

by Katharyn Howd Machan

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 44 pages
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funny little girl: a memoir of poetry & prose

by Laura J. Murphy

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction, Parenting & Relationships, Special Needs, Sexuality, Women's Fiction, Women
Size: 104 pages
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ETERNAL TEARS OF DECEPTION (POETRY)

by IRINA BBOTA

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Women's Fiction, Women, Classics, Women's
Size: 8.75 mb
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The Temptations, Triumphs, & Testimonies

by DeMont'e Weaver

Life's journeys are filled with opposition, controversy, and spiritual challenges. The poetry presented in this book tells stories derived from the lives of people bearing their troubled souls as they search for victory....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational
Size: 84 pages
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From Affliction and Refinement to Fulfillment: Inside My Process of Faith

by Angela Dingler

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Christian, Women's Fiction, Women
Size: 156 pages
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After the Broken Heart: Finding the Love of Christ

by Eda Maddalena

After the pain and grief of abandonment and divorce, the author drew closer to God and immersed herself in the bible to find healing. What she found was the greatest love of all, the love of Jesus Christ. This book celebrates, in poetry, the journey from a broken heart to the faithful love of Christ that heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Love Poems
Size: 107 pages
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Targeted individuals the revolution of poetry

by Laura Patricia Kearney

Defending ourselves is a living right, but in the mist of life sometimes we find ourselves fighting on the wrong side lost on false ideas, we shouldn't have to fight at all but if you do you better be sure what team your on for one day soon we all must stand before god without money without power or designer Gucci'sIn this moment nothing that matters will matter but truth...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Philosophy
Size: Unknown
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My Journey Through Hell

by W. Slayer

Appearances aren’t always as they seem. A smiling face can hide many secrets; unknown sufferings. A Journey Through Hell gives you a glimpse into one woman’s struggle with the nasty hidden secrets of her marriage, herself, and her struggle to regain her footing after the life she has led is suddenly flipped upside down. See how she is slowly beginning to pull herself from the Hell she’s lived in for far too long....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Women's Fiction, Women
Size: 128 pages
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Draft Board Blues

by Robert Cooperman

DRAFT BOARD BLUES is more than the story of a draft dodger. It’s about a war and a generation’s response to our debacle in Vietnam. As with all wars, old men declared war and then shoved young men into harm’s way. And as always, it was mostly the poor and the most desperate who fought the war. The losses were heavy on our side, but for the Vietnamese, they were staggering, unthinkable. Cooperman’s narrator at first passively acquiesces to serving and probably dying in that conflagration. But when he gets a brief glimpse that there are other possibilities, he decides he’d rather die than have the army or the Viet Cong kill him. With wit, outrage, irony, and “a touch of the blues,” DRAFT BOARD BLUES chronicles that struggle. To read it is to be thrown back into a tumultuous tim...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 74 pages
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On the Porch, Under the Eave

by Jane Simpson

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 37 pages
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A Different Kind of Journey: Poetry For Youth

by K. T. Arlene

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Genre: Children's eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Spirituality, Christian
Size: 146 pages
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