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Perfect Publishers Ltd 11s
‘Soul Change’ is a collection of powerful and moving by teenage poet Aminah Rahman. Writing straight from the heart, Rahman touches on sensitive social and personal issues affecting humanity today:
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John Scott Hightower Aug 1
Several of our from our “You are my Always" and “My Lovely Girl!” are featured on the of The Story Telling Project. Please check them out, as well as our
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Nina Romano Aug 1
One of my early ... many moons 🌙 ago.
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Novelicious Aug 1
“All your are in a sense one poem.” —Robert Lowell
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lena  Morgenstein Aug 4
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Jessica Reyes Aug 8
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Wendy E. Slater 16h
Poetry is an act of peace.~Neruda to take you on a journey of the soul to inspire, mend, comfort & awaken your self-discovery, self-realization & inner . Get your here:
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Nina Romano Aug 8
Something to perk up my day! Cleaning out a box of writerly “stuff” I came upon another of my very early published in Magazine.
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Trev - my family: Jon, Denick, Duncan, Sonny Aug 1
new month new poem! my latest poem is about how fragile the human mind is, and how important to stay true to yourself. have a good day :)
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Ilex Ater Aug 6
Tapestry of lace and thorns Weaving a tapestry of lace and thorns, grace and brilliant dreams stained by blood and a memory's pain, distributed to an audience of faceless strangers, wielding language as a double-edged sword...
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atreviendome Aug 8
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Pankhuri Singh Aug 3
A poem is the best means to express your thoughts and connect with others. Through a poem you are able to delve into the hearts of your readers. I have written a “Are You There”. Please check it out, the link is
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Babel Arts Aug 7
"Tus Ojos" (Your Eyes) Courtesy of Herania Rojas
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Natasha Geraldine Aug 6
I collect words as pebbles pon a beach arrange them for the beauty and what they mean to me chink them together for that joy upon the ears and feel them always feel them as in the palm of my hand
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TWO sons TOO many Aug 8
Drive to your , they said. Provide to your work, they said. Let people know where you are, they said. Let's just see. All of my & . Let's see how many clicks to website we can manage this
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BA France Aug 3
delighted to have two in the new issue of : cocktail hour the sting of lime juice on a split knuckle - B.A. France, Failed Haiku #56 If you want to see the other one...check out page 102:
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Wendy E. Slater Aug 8
"The poems exude with intelligent emotion, description and lean toward a spiritual tone of the wisdom that there is a great truth to be sought..." Get your 📙 here: excerpt
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Matt Aug 7
He came down Elegant and deranged Built up by the torture in his days Living off his medals and his boots A crazy situation Retired from the rigor some time back Still selected in his ways Will he ever learn Or continuously burn Out
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Neil E. Das Aug 8
wet pavement exhales day's heat, the scent of new rain; end of ride shower . . .
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Insignia Stories (New books out!) Aug 8
We're still looking for MORE for our online series INSTINCTS. Any style poem is ok but must have Asian elements + SFF.
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