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Poetry

  • Stars & Scars

    Lucille Morgan

    We are human and imperfect, but the world presses us to be something else. Stars & Scars is an exploration of that ‘something else'. Thorny thoughts that make us uncomfortable for the tiny truths they contain. This is an invitation to delve deeper into the discomfort zone.

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  • Once Upon a Mind the 50/50 Collection

    Cass Stoddart

    Portraying an eclectic mixture of moods, emotions, thoughts and stories, this eclectic collection of work is inspired by the surreal and nature, and draws on the author's experience of spinal arthritis, anxiety and depression. These conflicting and sometimes disabling issues inform the narrative of the collection, expressed through free verse, paragraph poetry, storytelling and the paintbrush.

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  • On Wings of White

    Heather Kilgour Jones

    This collection of poems depicts the thoughts of one woman in response to the events, places and people that she loved throughout her life. Often nostalgic and tinged with sadness, Heather's poems reflect human experiences with which we can identify. Of these, the loss of a loved one is perhaps the most poignant, and the death of her husband in 1989 certainly became the source of inspiration for her later poem

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  • For Girls Who Cry in Public

    Mara Sudol

    For Girls who Cry in Public is a collection of poetry and thoughts, ideas and conversations about loss, heartbreak, love, life, femininity, and the journey towards mental clarity. It is a collection of evidence to the act that we are all in this together; we are all connected within these moments. We take our heartache and turn it into something tangible, in order to grow and blossom. Love is lurking

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  • Pickerton-Lou and the Tree of Music Under the Sky of Imagination

    Nikki Camilleri

    Take your time and listen well, This teller has a tale to tell. Voicing whispers of the trees That settle on the rustling leaves. Hear a rhyme from an emerald wood, Where all was more than understood, Of how an ancient song was lost And put to peril at the cost, Such life and love of a creature fair, Free as the skies in her mountain lair. H

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  • Ready Room

    Laura Flecha

    In swimming terminology, a ready room is a small preparation area where swimmers gather just before competing in a race. Olympians have been known to call the ready room a psychological torture chamber. It is sometimes silent, sometimes hostile, yet always a place of personal growth. Time in a ready room can be used to gather your thoughts, center your purpose, and balance your being, while also confronting stress

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  • Seasons

    Chiara De Cillis

    The captivating journey of a fifteen-year-old in poetic form as she finds her way through the tangled branches of depression to the clean, fresh air of recovery. These poems lay bare the author's soul as she spills her innermost thoughts, feelings and her soul onto the paper.  

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  • The Apolliad I: Le Chanson de Soleil

    Haythem Bastawy

    After an episode of mysterious turmoil, an ancient god is resurrected to complete a task he had initiated in a previous life. The Apolliad narrates the story of how he completes this task. This is the first book in the series.  

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  • Selected Works

    Keith Woodhouse

    An amazing work of art, life-enhancing and unique, these poems will thrill and chill you. Dark and interesting, vivid and passionate, varying between the apocryphal and the divine, colourful and full of bouncing metaphors, the work was written entirely within the walls of a psychiatric hospital. An acerbic sense of alacrity crossed with hard hitting truths and a supersonic clarity. As an artist as well as a writer

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  • Committed

    B.L. Matthews

    She I know she's there, because I buried her myself. Shovel full by shovel full, I search. Regretting this decision more so the deeper I dig. She didn't deserve this. I was the one person she trusted and I've left her in the dark, all alone. She'll forgive me, even though she shouldn't. She is far too kind to stay angry long.

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  • The Playing Fields

    Mary M

    This collection of poems, varying from simple light-hearted children's sing-song rhymes to some deeply profound, thought-provoking verses, is intended to challenge as well as entertain. In The Children we encounter the protagonists, each unique in their human expression of their Divinity. The Playing Fields symbolises the setting. Fallen from a state of pure perf

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  • Gleanings from My Musings and Dreams: A Bouquet of New and Selected Poems

    Bimal Ghosh

    In this collection of his old and new poems, Bimal Ghosh reflects upon a rich variety of topics-as he had in his previous volume, Through the Eyes of My Mind (2015). The poems are grouped into six clusters: yearnings for a better world; self-portrait and introspection; twilight in life; death and darkness; the beauty of never-ending change; and anniversary wishes from a loving

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