From college times, I have been writing poems, but never made a collection of them. Some of my friends suggested I should gather them, so very few of them are now available and which I collectively tried to publish in this book. Hope you will like them.
Archive for the Poetry Category
This book is based on the first part of my life written in the form of poetry. Basically, my many different experiences, what I have learned, and what I have been through so far in my life. I hope you find this new form of poetry exciting, and encouraging.
Daniel Schiavello, solo guitarist with a passion for poetry used his talents for poetry in his book titled “Thoughts of Expression” a book full of love, gained and lost, of emotion, held and cherished, and of thoughts, expressed and implied.
High Tide . . . On the one hand, high tide can mean “surf’s up” on a beautiful beach. You might be there with friends or family–waves big enough to ride, sun high in an azure sky. On the other, there is Dylan’s sinister warning: “It’s bad out there. High waters everywhere.” Those waves that seemed friendly before can be dark, ominous–dangerous.
For the last quarter of a century I’ve been fighting an invisible war. A war I could never win but only endure. I found writing poetry as a way of making sense of the mess my life had become. You could say that I became a poet by default.
“A Sight to Behold” is a continuation of the first poetry book “From the Beginning Until Now”. It contains a style of poetry that includes everlasting life, dealing with relationships, and much, much more.
The most amazing trips are made are within an open heart! Intimate and universal, Love Talks is more than a poetry collection. Fall upon a caveat. A cue. A call to action.
Life isn’t always pretty. Some people say there is nothing poetic about pain – This book proves otherwise. H.J speaks of the pain with uncanny ability and outstanding accuracy.
Walk with me – Step by step – Feel my emotions – A stunning joyride of notions – Exhilarating at times – Dipped deep at others – All in all you will see – The true me! – Hidden in between – Simple, pure and fascinating words – I use as stepping stones – Journeying through life – Either in reality, fantasy – Or simply more philosophically! – Let’s take this ride together – Mind in mind – Over varied matter
Would God floss? Do spiders sing? Can you see the Universe in your reflection? Find the answers to these questions and more in this new book by Connecticut writer Jen Payne. Her poems in EVIDENCE OF FLOSSING: WHAT WE LEAVE BEHIND investigate the human condition and its folly, the beauty of our natural world, and the possibility of divine connection.