Cats and Other Myths by J.S. Watts

A poetry collection that finds contemporary relevance in the echoes of myth and legend and the mythic in the day to day world around us. Given truths are questioned and examined and if this means that dearly held beliefs are seen as the fairy tales they are, then so be it. These are poems of history and humanity, love and relationships, life and death and the things in between. Oh, and yes, there are also cats.
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GRAIN -Mystical Poems by Doug Bentley

A selection of mystical love poems, GRAIN -Mystical Poems is for the mature reader whose delight is to curl up in a comfy spot by the fire and drift off into a world of dreams never dreamed.

In that silent solitude, you can hear your ever-present, always already there, still voice whisper words of inner comfort and guidance.

In an English sonnet sequence of 28 classic love poems and one long contemplation on death and dying, GRAIN knits love and death together into a mystical union, a peaceful dying unto that meaningful enrapture which is the Love of God.

Believing that contemporary poetry can be a most beautiful poetry, the author defines this selection as when “withdrawn into silence of mind, a whisper in solitude bespeaks coming of Compeer,” – Sonnet 20: GRAIN -Mystical Poems. Continue reading

The Lay of Gilthol and Kirðral by Kevis Hendrickson

A chance encounter with a party of Elves introduces Kirðral, daughter of the chieftain of the Gaiad, to Gilthol, the son of the high king of the Elves. Gilthol confronts Kirðral’s father and asks for permission to wed her. What erupts is a mighty conflict between the two rival races threatening to keep Gilthol and Kirðral apart. But love may have other plans. Continue reading

Revenge of the Orgasm (An Erotic Autobiography) by Greatest Poet Alive

As you are driving, your body involuntarily jumps. Sweat begins on your forehead and appears on your body, even though it is the middle of Winter. Inside of your left thigh, there is a tapping that is not harmful but noticeable. And you begin to wonder if sanity has departed or control of your motor skills is no longer your own. Then, the epiphany becomes clear. This is Revenge of the Orgasm Continue reading

Experience Life in Poetry: Family, Friends and Romantic Relationships by Shannon Sonneveldt

This is volume two in the Experience Life in Poetry series, a series focusing on observations about life. The second volume focuses on relationships including those between family, friends and romance. The poems are a mixture of fun, sweet, sad and touching moments and experiences, but then life is all these things as well.

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Wrapped Up In Brown Paper by Peter John

A collection of 22 poems from the author of ‘Dead Medium’ Peter John. Spanning subjects such as homelessness, public transport and kitchen utensils. This poetry collection swings between being both humorous and thought provoking. Not only featuring ‘Wrapped Up In Brown Paper’, this collection also includes the never before published ‘Wrapped Up In Brown Paper II’. Continue reading