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    Petrichor: Growth after Rain

    Petrichor resembles the sense of youth, the smell of after storm. We might lose ourselves in the rain, yet we will always be found after the storm. Like petrichor, the sense of relief and growth. A deeply written poetry book by Anna Alycia about a journey from being a child steps into a teenage world […] More

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    Vignettes: Poetry for the Awakened Soul – Samantha Burgett

    More than a poetic anthem for self-empowerment, “Vignettes” is a spiritual invitation to push the boundaries of your reality and find healing within the sacred arms of your own soul. It’s a collection of channeled poetry and illustrations, inspired by Samantha’s personal astral journeys (projections, or “vignettes”) beyond the veil. May these visions ignite your […] More

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    Power – Geraldine Anello

    From Best-selling author and Broadway conductor, Power is Geraldine Anello’s latest poetry book from her series Truth. The most inspiring poetry told over the course of just one week, this fast-paced collection of deep, thought-provoking poems leads the reader on a journey to personal development. Written for those on a personal journey of self-discovery and […] More

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    Butterfly Wings – Kasthuri Packiyanathan

    A poetry book that takes you through the emotions of life and helps to use that pain to rebuild your wings once again. Broken down into three sections – love, pain and believe, the poems are written by the author to create an emotional connection to how every feeling is valid and how it is […] More

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    The Artist’s Page – Debra Rufini, Dina Kalo

    ‘The Artist’s Page’ is a poetic short story, urging a search for the Designer of life’s most valuable piece of art. It tells of an Artist who has just completed a ‘work of love’ – a gift for any of the takers. What would your response be to a group of small people, overlooking you, […] More

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    WANDERER – Court Young

    WANDERER is Court Young’s (better known as @carolina_poetry) first collection of poetry and prose. It follows Court’s journey of lust and love through the year of 2019 as she traveled to different places, both physically and metaphorically. This is a story of falling hard and learning to get back up again, and how the greatest […] More

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    Detachable Sleeves — Smita Jha

    Detachable Sleeves is a collection of twenty poems that have been written with simplicity and pure emotions. Most of these poems stem from the internal monologues of the poet, some from moments of vulnerability and loss, and some from moments of strength and hope. There is a desire in them to reach out to those […] More

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    Beyond Words: Moonlight – Diah Glades

    “Sometimes, people experience the same things or be in the same place, but they focus, approach, respond, value and see things differently.” Beyond Words is a series of poetry that takes on different stories, perspectives, lessons, and emotions— both good and bad. Titles partnered with illustrations, each poem builds a world and has its own […] More

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    Emergence – Tyreak Jones

    Readers who have experienced the thrill and passion of the discovery of self. The fulfillment of introspect or the heart-wrenching pain of loosing yourself to desire, you will discover the shock of recognition on reading these sensitive, finely-wrought poems contained in this book. In this, his first collection of verses, Tyreak Jones captures all of […] More

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    Don't Drown on Dry Ground – Abe Woodliff

    The San Francisco Bay Area; a place where the weird and odd intersect with the beautiful and pristine. Where blue-collar folk drudge alongside tech millionaires and Internet influencers. The communities of this little slice of heaven are rich in multicultural history, slowly being swept aside by the steady march of technology and progress. Money talks […] More

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