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The Book of Moulay: Algeria and Morocco 2002 to 2015, Collective Works
This is a book of the collective poetry of Kathleen Woolrich with rare photographic images of Colonial Algeria. This book contains information about the Algerian revolution in an easy to read forma...
Poems for My People and Me
Poems for My People and Me was taken from the iconic Nina Simone. In her song titled Mississippi Goddamn, she sings of how all she want is equality for "my sister, my brother, my people and me." Th...
Love for an Addict: The Anatomy of Love and Addiction
I remember coming to Earth. I know this sounds crazy, but I do remember and I cannot deny it! I've never met anyone else who remembers coming to Earth, until a few years ago, when I came across a b...
I had never intended to publish my poetry when I wrote. It was personal and hidden. After my father encouraged me to share my words I thought long and hard what to label my years of memories, emoti...
Thoughts of Being
Daniel Polsky, shines his introspective light as well as his empathy and belief in the power of the human spirit through the character portraits, odes to loved ones and thoughts about life and suff...
An Anthology of Jugoslav Poetry; Serbian Lyrics
"Give me the making of a nation's songs, and let who will make their laws," was the maxim of a Scottish patriot. We would prefer to modify this rule, and say, "Give us the poems which the people...
Nala and Damayanti and Other Poems
The episode of Nala is extracted from the Vanaparvam, the third part of the Mahabharata, the great Indian poem, which contains 100,000 slokas, or distichs. The sage, Vrihadasva, relates the stor...
Far ranging in its geography, Waypoints is a collection of poems that mark the itinerary of a poet wanderer—in matter and mind—over many years. As he acknowledges in his statement about...
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