Poetry

January 27, 2019

More to Life

"More to Life" by Jacob Lasher

| Facebook | Twitter | More To Life centers on the highs and lows of mental illness. Through brave and vulnerable poetry, Jacob shares original works to convey a clear perspective of how one's upbringing can influence his or her future. More to Life is honest and personal, which Jacob hopes to connect with readers who have been through similar situations. This is a book he needed when he was younger.

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January 4, 2019

My Soul is Bleeding- Poetic Whispers

"My Soul is Bleeding- Poetic Whispers" by Shanteria "Poetizer" Griglen

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | My Soul is Bleeding is a poetic soul-stirring journey that chronicles raw truth that unveils love, guilt, shame, lies, and captures the essence of faith.  This poetic diary will inspire and liberate you to walk in your truth boldly, realizing that your life is not an accident but a unique journey that must filter out purpose. It is a book for all regardless of age, race, gender or orientation because everyone’s soul bleeds. You can survive life after death but you have to be willing to endure the process of being broken. 

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December 10, 2018

Kiss Me or Kill Me

"Kiss Me or Kill Me" by Amargeaux Rai

This book of poetry was written specifically to catch people in their darkest times and uplifting them. Written at a time when she was using poetry to make peace with her own troublesome life, Amargeaux Rai wanted to share the written moments of her own life, knowing that there are more like her. This poetry book is about self - love and growth; meant to be read themselves or given to another who would use some uplifting, encouragement, comfort... and maybe even a hug.

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September 5, 2018

Alone

"Alone" by KD Langford

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | A collection of 43 modern day poetry with illustrations. About The Author: KD Langford is a writer from Manchester, in the United Kingdom.  The story so far:  We all have to begin our journey somewhere in life. For me, it was at primary school when my teacher, Mrs Harvey introduced me Creative Writing and I never looked back. Mrs Harvery was a great inspiration to me, and it soon became my favourite lesson.  The years passed by and I found myself at High School where embraced my writing with the thanks to various teachers no one more so than my English and form teacher, Tony Porter.  I'd write two pages, take it back to him, and he'd say "Right, go and write me some more." That's just what I did. At Culcheth High School there was a building known as 'B-block' it was a three-storey concrete block, and he'd allow us to have free roam of the top floor. I'd go and sit in B-32 which was Miss Harper's R.E room and there I'd write, my first piece, called 'Grey Hall.' And at lunchtimes, Malcolm Smith (RIP) would give up his lunch hour and open up A-17 in A-block which was the I.T room. There I'd sit on one of the many BBC-B computers and writer using 'Interword' an old, but outstanding word processor. At the time there American TV series 'Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea' was being aired in the UK, and I'd sit in A-17 and write a story about Admiral Nelson and Captain Lee Crane. 

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