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Poetry (359 Books)


Poetry is a category of literary art which uses the aesthetic qualities of language to evoke meanings in addition to, or in place of, the prosaic ostensible meaning.

 
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Tolstoy's Ghost : A Collection of Poetry by Doug Tanoury: A Collec...

By: Douglas Girard Tanoury

A Collection of Poetry by Doug Tanoury

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Tolstoy's Ghost : A Collection of Poetry by Doug Tanoury: A Collec...

By: Douglas Girard Tanoury

A Collection of Poetry by Doug Tanoury

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Merida Poems : And other Poetry of Place

By: Douglas Girard Tanoury

A collection of poetry by Doug Tanoury

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Society = Gallows

By: Heitor Baldo

Society = Gallows is a philosophical-poetry book which provides acid criticisms to the contemporary society and art, each one submerged in slight connotations. The author criticizes the hypocritical facet that prevails in our society, the nuances of the transcendental nature of the human being, the cyberculture and the "supermodern" arts and trends that uninterruptedly appears on the Internet, constituting the framework of what has been called "post-Internet arts".

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Poetry by Walter J. Hochlowski

By: Walter J. Hochlowski

These poems were written by Walter J. Hochlowski and have been compiled from papers which he bequeathed to his daughters upon his death. It was his desire that his poems be shared with those who might find interest.

The past speaks of an open lore The battles have been waged before. Before us now the future unfolds None answer lest our past upholds.

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America

By: James Monroe Whitfield

"America" is a poem in American and Other Poems, published in 1853 by J.S. Leavitt.

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Dew Drops in the Rain : Poems in English and French

By: Hibah Shabkhez

With mangoes and imbeciles, tyrannical parrot-generals, we have here a rather whimsical collection of poetry in English and French.

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Khayal-e-Khawar : Poetry: Poetry

By: Khawar Iqbal Pasha

This book is a collection of different pieces of my poetry I wrote time to time.

ان آنکھوں میں خواب سجے تھے ان آنکھوں میں تارے چمکے ان آنکھوں میں بادل آئے اب یہ آنکھیں خالی ہیں کن آنکھوں میں خواب نہیں ہیں؟ کس کے پاس گلاب نہیں ہیں؟ کب آنسو بے تاب نہیں ہیں؟ کس کے نین مثالی ہیں

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The Caterpillar And The Butterfly & Other Poems

By: Kanika G; Pell G, Illustrator

This is a set of 9 poems I have written to match 9 paintings done by my 5 year daughter Pell. The poems are, imaginative, quirky, funny and adorable, and there is something for everyone. One poem is about Halloween, another about snowmen and a third about sea life. Read on and enjoy the colourful, vibrant paintings.

On Halloween it's okay to be scary and bad It's okay to be nasty and evil and mad On this one day you don't have to behave It's okay to shriek and to howl and to rise from a grave

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Songs of Yearning : Anthology of Poems by Vivek Chakraverty: Antho...

By: Vivek Chakraverty

A collection of poetry with a number of video poems created by the poet himself.

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ex per i mental

By: Mu Pi Chan

A series of experimental poems written during 2017

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The Darkest Hopes : Find Hope through the Darkness

By: Master Sujay Uday Rittikar

The book comprises of 25 poems, in form of rhyme, brevity and freestyle. As the title says, the poems in this book aims to make reader feel a sight of hope even in the darkest realms and problems in the life. When you feel tired, depressed, abandoned, frozen, this book can make you feel a plight of hope and refreshment from your tired daily-life. Read each poem, understand it's core meaning and it'll make you feel better as, expressions understand the expressions. This i...

"The stabs inside the heart's labs prove to be the best cabs to fab future"

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Hoeboy

By: Jan De Raeymaeker

A collection of poems by Jan De Raeymaeker

-- HOEBOY -- In the thrall of tiredness This hoeboy glowers out his ought ait A blunted oik forking the topsoil Jabbing tines scratching the crumb for plink Sight penned to vacant gyres, slung Between swells and sumps Every fibre lying for the other; belying the need To be free from kinesthesia

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Distorted Reflections : A Collection of Juvenilia

By: Jeffrey Side

A collection of poems.

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Nine Poems : Volume 2

By: Ankur Mutreja

A book of peoms

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Slug Chicane

By: Jan De Raeymaeker

A collection of poems by Jan De Raeymaeker

-- LOCKED LIPS -- And if lips become locked Should we scramble In search of a key Or should we not, let them be And witness the long silent linger

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Doodle Poems

By: Mu Pi Chan

A set of poems written to accompany some of my favorite doodles from the last couple of decades.

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এই ঘর এই লোকালয়

By: শফিকুল ইসলাম

একুশের বই মেলা ২০০০ এ কবি শফিকুল ইসলামের প্রথম কাব্যগ্রন্থ "এই ঘর এই লোকালয়" প্রকাশ করেছেন প্রবর্তন প্রকাশনা সংস্থা। গ্রন্থটির প্রচছদ এঁকেছেন কম্পিউটার গ্রাফিক্স। "বাংলাদেশ পরিষদ সাহিত্য পুরষ্কার" প্রাপ্ত কবি ও গীতিকার শফিকুল ইসলাম এর এই কাব্যগ্রন্থে মোট ৭৬টি কবিতা স্থান পেয়েছে । কবিতাগুলো খুবই সুন্দর সহজ সরল ভাষায় রচিত। কবিতা-রসিক মনের গভীরে গ্রথিত অনুভূতিকে সহজে নাড়া দেবার মত গদ্য ছন্দে রচিত কাব্যগ্রন্থটি। বিমূর্ত প্রতিকীর উপমার ...

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Ba-na-na

By: Jan De Raeymaeker

Poems by Jan De Raeymaeker

-- EMERALD AND BERYL -- Then life comes back On the limbs of the lost and gone Criss-crossed thousands Finding slow decay On the bones of Beech The tomb-teeth of Pine Feeding from the fallen And bowered stumps Reaching skyward, bit by bit Its innocent stems Topped in emerald and beryl Alive and vibrant, and so delicate

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The Stranger

By: Felicity Earnshaw; Jacomien Souverijn, Illustrator

Communication among individuals, between the individual and the world around is hemmed in, and one resists the agent that might open it. Again and again, the means come to a person's attention. Another's hurt, injustice, rejection, responded to in a way different from what would be expected assist in an opening, until the prison dissolves.

A scanty sunlight falls through thin slits into the room. Its floor, walls, ceiling—stone, outside no sight of verdure, the dank earth below isolated, the piece of sky above cold, the air around desolate, the voice within untrusted— as the cry of one insane, the heart’s love disconnected by force diminutive ruling wide to raze the link of hope, poke out vision— for there to be none to lead out from deafening lies, beauty—this not— so deep the chasm, so sharp, so final the cut.

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