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By Norma L. Nickerl
Never too late. It is never too late to love to feel wanted, beautiful, and full of hopes. It’s like that much awaited rain that finally comes or the warmth of summer. Never too late for love, to feel the power of a look or soft embrace. Never give up. Love is always.
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By Walter Jackson
All poems written are life inspirational lessons from myself and feel confident that these poems will give others an outlook at life from different perspective...
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By David P Cresap

For author David P. Cresap, writing began by accident, or rather, it was a guided experience, since he truly believes almost nothing happens by accident. In Transcribed Rhymes, he shares a volume of poetry revolving around the trials and experiences of his life. Cresap aims to teach and provide understanding in order to ease the burdens caused by some of life’s uncomfortable situations.

The included poems were written as a result of thoughts, situations, and emotions Cresap has personally experienced. Some came as lessons that taught about life and love, and others grew out of the author’s love of the written word—playing with words, sounds, and patterns. Universal in nature, the works in this anthology solidify the purpose, goals, understanding, and meaning of one’s life on earth.

Cresap shares this collection to help others understand their unique situations and apply the teachings in the poems to enhance their own lives.


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By David P. Cresap

For author David P. Cresap, writing poetry began by accident, or rather, it was a guided experience, since he truly believes almost nothing happens by accident. In The Collection, he shares a volume of poetry revolving around the trials and experiences of his life. Cresap aims to teach and provide understanding in order to ease the burdens caused by some of life’s uncomfortable situations.

The included poems were written as a result of thoughts, situations, and emotions Cresap has personally experienced. Some came in dreams or spiritual lessons regarding the foundations and principals in the teachings of God. Others grew out of the author’s love of the written word—playing with words, sounds, patterns, and silliness. Universal in nature, the works in this anthology solidify the purpose, goals, understanding, and meaning of one’s life on earth.

Cresap shares this collection to help others understand their unique situation and apply the teachings relayed in the poems to enhance their own lives.


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By Bob Dunne
Dunne’s poems are beyond any easy description or definition. They are about life, love, the mundane, and the holy. Take yourself on a journey through his works, and enjoy the many topics he covers. Dunne is at his best when he writes honestly, openly, and allows the creative spirit within him full expression.
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By Adeolu Emmanuel Adesanya
If all my thoughts can be captured, then I will be a photographer, if all that I see in this world is as straight forward, then I will live a simple life, if I understand all that I heard and all the thoughts coming in and out of my head, then I won’t be a poet. This is a collection of poems that most people can relate to about everyday life events – love, life, death, animals, family amongst others. These poems are as fictional and factual , and hence complex, a glimpse into my life and yours.
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By Gaye Walsh
Praise for Gaye Walsh and “That’s That” “Generations of an Irish family cope with decades of personal and political turmoil in Walsh’s endearing debut novel.” “ . . . patient and revealing narrative that emanates a spark.” “Walsh, a poet, has a keen eye for detail most admirably in poignant moments a less insightful author might deem unremarkable.” “A breezy read from a capable talent.” - Kirkus Reviews Photograph: Russell Metz This is a diverse collection of poems. The initial poems deal with the death of the poet’s parents, their early lives together, and the immediate aftermath of sudden death with all the ghostly impressions and shadows such death leaves behind. Some poems dance around an early childhood in rural Ireland in a light way, some not so light, and the darker poems were born from the shadows created by the loss of the poet’s father. Such emotions common to all, but expressed here in Walsh’s unique voice. I recall that when I was about ten years old, I told my father I was frightened of ghosts. He said it was the living I should be afraid of, not the dead. In my innocence, I did not believe him. Gaye Walsh was raised on a farm in Doneraile, County Cork, Ireland. She now lives in Seattle, Washington. This is her first poetry collection. Back cover photo: Russell Metz
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By Alma Reasor
After Alma passed away in 1996, we all (her eight children) wanted a copy of her poems. So we took the hand written poems and typed them one by one, then we photocopied them and put them in a binder for all in the family to see. In 2009 we felt we wanted something that would stand the test of time, so we decided we would publish them in a book. We divided them into categories, took up some money and added illustrations. That took forever but here we are! Alma’s first poem was written in 1938 about her family. Then in 1941 she began writing them to her soon to be husband, Gerald Lester Reasor, while he was stationed in Columbia, South Carolina. There are some poems about love, poems written to help her children in English class, and some silly poems about nothing in particular, but most of the poems are about people she knew and loved. She wrote a lot in the early morning hours waiting for her children to return home on Friday and Saturday nights. She also wrote some religious poems for Vacation Bible School. She was very active in the church. In 1990, Gerald, the love of her life passed away. The last poems that Alma wrote were about him.
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By Cathy Crawford
The author was adopted at a very young age. With an older brother, also adopted and a younger sister, the parents only natural child, she felt as if she was a fifth wheel. She had a good life and was raised well but, her parents never spoke to her about where she came from or why she was adopted. They never spoke to her about family history like they spoke to the other daughter. She always felt alone, an outsider. Never listened to or understood. She always felt there were things missing in her life. One day she started writing and found that putting the words on paper made things seem clearer. By expressing herself, she began realizing who she was. She no longer felt that her life needed verification by anyone. When others read her poems she felt that they were hearing her. She finally felt she had a voice and someone was listening. We are who we are. Sometimes we just need to find out who that is. You may connect with many of the writings in this book. You may find out some things about yourself as you ponder the writings. The author did. She realized she was a mother, a wife, a grandmother, a friend and an okay person. She, like everyone else, has feeling and a right to be heard. She realized she had a right to be here and to live.
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By Susan Christensen

The scope of this book means there is something for everyone—all ages, all persuasions. With sensitivity and brashness, with humour and pathos, with irony and descriptiveness, and with awe and trepidation, Susan Christensen engages your mind and soul, your emotions and your sense of humour.
She covers, in her 165 poems, such topics such as the environment, tourist attractions, politics—from First Nations to the stock market and the plight of women—as well as relationships, old age and the future society must face up to. Philosophy of life and the seeking spirit filter through all the subject matter dealt with through her gift for the poetic word.


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By William E. Waters
The Black Feminine Mystique is a collection of poetry that celebrates women of color. It draws from mythology; from the many Black women heroines from history; from women living and dead; and from writers, artists, athletes, and women from the author’s life, including but not limited to his four sisters and his mother. The Black Feminine Mystique paints a broad stroke from Isis to Ida B. Wells, from Hagar in the Wilderness to Winnie Mandela, and from the so-called Hottentot Venus to Venus Williams. One writer said that miscegenation created fifty-five shades, which is part of the Black Feminine Mystique.
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By Shirley "Beauty" Houston

At the age of six I was criminally violated. I wouldn’t speak of this horror for decades, but lived it out daily in my demeanor and later through my poems.

This book of poems chronicles my journey from that point. Organizing it was absolutely catharsis. I literally wept as I proofread many of the pieces because they brought back many painful memories. I begin with a piece entitled, “Mosaic” and end with a piece entitled “Promise.” They represent my death and ultimate rebirth.

Today I am evolving and redefining myself. With this book I am shaking off the shackles of self-doubt, others perception of who I am and am reclaiming my unique voice. I am capable and worthy of success. Publication of this book declares that.

Poetically, I want to establish myself as a writer committed to the craft, beauty and unique attributes of the genre. I also want to establish myself as an author who is passionate about encouraging others to pursue their dreams.

Marianne Williamson’s assertion that, “….as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others” is my mantra and calling.


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By Gerald W. Jones
As Gerald continues his journey through poetic expressions, he praises the Lord for the gift to be able to write about and publish books of this nature. He has publicly acknowledged the fact that five years ago, he was two days away from death, and it was Father God who gave him a second chance. And with the blessings, he intends on writing poems that serve a purpose in life. “Listen to My Soul” is the third published book by Gerald; a continuance in a series of writings, which are to heal and enlighten his readers.
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By Marg Moore

When awareness surpasses realism, one can experience revelation beyond known intelligence. Often it arises from a sense of conflict or contradictions in our lives and may allow us to inventive ingenuity—a creative story based in self-acceptance and well-being. Expression of emotion through metaphor, supposition, and conversation is the art of lyrical play to open a world of consciousness, perpetuating all life through challenging moments. Storybook Expressions allows readers to experience the nature of conscience in a lighthearted diary of humor and longing to continue a growing discussion of varied ideas and views of an evolving world.


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By Gaye Walsh
Praise for Gaye Walsh and “That’s That” “Generations of an Irish family cope with decades of personal and political turmoil in Walsh’s endearing debut novel.” “ . . . patient and revealing narrative that emanates a spark.” “Walsh, a poet, has a keen eye for detail most admirably in poignant moments a less insightful author might deem unremarkable.” “A breezy read from a capable talent.” - Kirkus Reviews Photograph: Russell Metz This is a diverse collection of poems. The initial poems deal with the death of the poet’s parents, their early lives together, and the immediate aftermath of sudden death with all the ghostly impressions and shadows such death leaves behind. Some poems dance around an early childhood in rural Ireland in a light way, some not so light, and the darker poems were born from the shadows created by the loss of the poet’s father. Such emotions common to all, but expressed here in Walsh’s unique voice. I recall that when I was about ten years old, I told my father I was frightened of ghosts. He said it was the living I should be afraid of, not the dead. In my innocence, I did not believe him. Gaye Walsh was raised on a farm in Doneraile, County Cork, Ireland. She now lives in Seattle, Washington. This is her first poetry collection. Back cover photo: Russell Metz
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