Poetry

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Roses are red, violets aren't really blue,
but do you love poetry as much as I do?

These aren't your classic love poems singing Shakesperian praises, some are poems, some are merely ponderings, thoughts written down on paper in a moment of wonder, some are of love, some are of heartache, and some don't concern the heart at all, but if you've ever wanted to glance into someone's mind, now is your chance, open the book, turn the page, and discover inner thoughts let out of their cage

Poetry and Ponderings Vol 2
Paperback, ISBN: 9781943529452
$14.99







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Roses are red, violets aren't really blue,
but do you love poetry as much as I do?

These aren't your classic love poems singing Shakesperian praises, some are poems, some are merely ponderings, thoughts written down on paper in a moment of wonder, some are of love, some are of heartache, and some don't concern the heart at all, but if you've ever wanted to glance into someone's mind, now is your chance, open the book, turn the page, and discover inner thoughts let out of their cage

Poetry and Ponderings Vol 1
Paperback, ISBN: 9781943529445
$14.99







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The Journey Back Home is a compilation of poems that detail the journey of a young woman who struggled with her identity. Her heart is poured out and exposed. From “Open Womb” to “Tides Are Turning,” the reader follows her life journey from darkness into the light of life!

 

Uprooted Heart
Mary Jenna Nixon
Paperback, ISBN: 9781943529094
$9.99





Woodstock resident Jill Jennings has completed her second full-length book of poetry, this one entitled, Dead Man’s Flower. This collection delivers more of the insightful, thought-provoking poems of her earlier debut book, The Poetry Alarm Clock. Songs of death, loss and longing alternate with lyrical glimpses of Hawaii, where Ms. Jennings, a retired teacher from Cherokee County Schools, spends a good portion of each year.



Dead Man’s Flower
Jill Jennings
Paperback, ISBN: 978-1-936-81545-6
$12.95




This book started with a series of western history articles that were published in the Lubbock Magazine. The persona of Texas Red, an 1870 era cowboy, became a living reality during this period and was a frequent participant in events on the center's grounds and in the community.


Half Them Lies Is True
Quentin M. Thomas
Hardcover, ISBN: 9780981867366
$18.45