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Poetry

  • The Power of Commitment

    Allan Macintyre Clark

    An insight into love and heartache, of love lost and yet to be found, of desire and disappointment. Revealing emotions and relationships honestly, in all their guises and disguises. Allan Macintyre Clark captures the pain and joy of the human need for love and the suffering of the heart when it is broken. He describes the effects and feelings eloquently in these poems. A touchin

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  • Welcome to My Rage

    Malcolm K. Needham

    Welcome to My Rage is an engaging and moving collection of poetry covering a broad sweep of themes incorporating the miners' strike, the beauty of the Yorkshire moors, and the pain of poverty and disability.   Exploring diverse aspects of the human condition, from first love to the grief of loss, these poems will connect readers to their own experiences of love, longing,

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  • Vera's Best

    Vera Ryceart

    Born in 1925 and educated at Reichesbeuern boarding school in Germany, Vera Maria Gablenz-Thuerheim married Reverend John Ryecart, an RAF chaplain in 1949 and gave birth to two sons before her husband was appointed Anglican chaplain and mission to seafarers in Israel. Embracing the cosmopolitan lifestyle, her close friendships in Israel helped her gain a deeper understanding of Palestinian issues and an empathy fo

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  • Prayers for Bobby

    James Martin

    James Martin, growing up in halcyon Sydney in the 1970's, had never heard the name 'Bobby Fischer'. And yet, when this most controversial, both fêted and maligned, and much loved American won the World Chess Championship against incumbent Boris Spassky of Russia, in Reykyavik, Iceland in 1972, he was, having singlehandedly done what neither Napoleon or Hitler could do-annex Moscow-in the words of

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  • Splashes of Hues

    Neha Batool

    Neha Batool's new anthology, Splashes of Hues, combines accessibility and depth. These warmly appealing poems concern deep and personal themes like self-worth, fulfilment, rejection, love - all splashed onto the page from a colourful palette (Colourful Melodies). The poems are often very short and make a single, telling statement (Wings and Autumn

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  • The Silver Line in Every Rhyme

    Akbar Khan

    Written during his years as a student in the city of Barcelona, Akbar Khan has produced a collection of poetry spanning a diverse array of topics from dating and the night life, to age and even charity. At its heart though is the recurring essence of the city itself - its people, its places and its parties.   Combined with surreal illustrations, the reader is presented with a truly unique

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  • Food, Culture, Latin America

    Matt Simkin

    A love for food and travel, but riddled with apathy from a mundane routine; surely there's a way to be happier and combine the things you love in life?   The dull working life inspired this enticing travelogue on how food and culture influence the varied regions across Latin America with a backpacker's voice. Travelling from Mexico down to Patagonia in Argentina, Simkin takes a pro

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  • The Rhythm Of Rhyme

    Steve Almy

    TRAVEL THROUGH LAND, SEA, SPACE AND TIME WITH THIS COLLECTION OF RHYMES. BE A CAPTAIN OF A TALLSHIP OR A SPACESHIP FOR A DAY AND MEET SOME GREAT PEOPLE ALONG THE WAY.

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  • This is Reality 2

    DJ Macleod

    This is Reality 2 is a collection of unique poems, inspired by the daily goings-on in the life of the author. With controversial opinions and topical events across a wide range of subjects, there is something in here for everyone. From depression to dreams, the garden shed to the Middle East, using charm, humour and wit, Macleod has managed to portray everyday events in a well-written and humorous co

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  • Does Butter Fly?

    Flick Jones

    Does Butter Fly? is a charming collection of children's poems for young readers to enjoy. Coupled with enchanting illustrations, readers will be smiling from the very first page. Filled with delightfully imaginative characters, such as Monica Veronica, Slender Brenda and Paddy, the dandy cat, there is a poe

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  • Thinking of Santorini - Poems 1974-2015

    Andy Godfrey

    Beginning with a sunrise seen from the plane to Australia, to noticing shadows on the way by bus into Hamburg, this collection spans four decades. A remarkable journey - in both space and time. As an outsider in both Australia and Germany, the author avoids the merely descriptive, giving us a profound understanding of her keen observations and emotions. What is striking is not only the breadth of experience

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  • Through the Leaves of My Tree

    Liz Gillespie

    Poetry is a unique craft of words driven by the inner thoughts of the poet's personal experiences. In this collection by Liz Gillespie most of the material is gleaned from her personal life and family. The enjoyment of poetry is not only to absorb the subject but to read it... unfettered with grammar and punctuation conventions. If you have a musical aptitude, you will automatically create your v

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