Brenna Twohy's debut collection reads like a letter to all that haunts her—letting them know that despite her wounds, she's still alive.
Written for those who have ever wondered what a heart looks like outside of the human body. This book is a breath.
it's that plunge into fear as your heart stops as if perhaps it won't remember how to catch the next beat (but always does). and it's wincing. biting the pillow. laughing even though you can hear your ribs cracking. this book is walking through a Weeping Willow with your fingers outstretched. lips brushed against a forehead. sticking your head out the window just to feel the day in your hair. tears drying against the soft skin beneath your chin. this book is how I save myself.
How often do you daydream? For most, it is many times a day. We stare out the window instead of the task in front of us. We fantasize about where we would much rather be, the significant other we long for, our ideal job, the body we hope to see in the mirror, a healthier mindset, pure happiness in our lives and the lives of others, peace in this chaotic world. However, how many of us daydreamers believe these pleasant thoughts will truly turn into our reality? Daydreams are more than just short bursts of happiness that only our minds can see. I know I am more than a daydream; and you are, too.
From the author: I need you to understand something. Ten years ago, I started writing this for you. I wrote it for you and only you. Since then, millions of other people have read it, but none have understood it the way you understand it. I set out to find you a long time ago and today, I'm so glad I finally have. Thank you for reading these words.
What happens to the words that never escape the confines of heartbroken souls?
When someone chooses to vacate your life, they seldom take everything with them when they leave. Closure is elusive. A heart still has questions. It is ruthless in its inquisition and stores every one of them in your soul.
One of the most beloved poets of the twentieth century, Rainer Maria Rilke is widely celebrated for his depth of insight and timeless relevance. He has influenced generations of writers with his classic Letters to a Young Poet, and his reflections on the divine and our place in the world are disarmingly profound. A Year with Rilke provides the first ever reading from Rilke for every day of the year, including selections from his luminous poetry, his piercing prose, and his intimate letters and journals. Rilke is a trusted guide amid the bustle of our daily experience, reflecting on such themes as impermanence, the beauty of creation, the voice of God, and the importance of solitude. With new translations from the editors, whose acclaimed translation of Rilke's The Book of Hours won an ardent readership, this collection reveals the depth and breadth of Rilke's acclaimed work.
From the author: The A to Z of You and Me is a collection of 26 love poems. The poems featured in this publication are all dedicated to my boyfriend and tell my experience of our story in an honest way. Feelings expressed within the poems range from those of adoration and love to those vulnerable moments of isolation and neglect. Throughout the book, these conflicting emotions clash in a harmonious symphony, painting the whole picture of the relationship, with all its struggles and rewards.
Moonflower is a collection of poems that explores the changes that come with old love, new love and the intricacies of life in between.
Not easy subjects—childhood sexual abuse, love, loss, date rape, grief—but real ones, told in pieces (thus the title). Broken Pieces is a work of nonfiction. Poetry, prose, and essays to let you into one woman's life—a searingly raw examination of topics most people avoid. Already an international #1 best seller on Amazon (eBooks) on Women's Poetry and Abuse, this book is recommended for mature audiences only, due to adult themes.
Topher Kearby explores the themes of heartbreak, love, happiness, wonder, and so much more through poetry, words, and art. Enjoy modern poetry, scanned pieces of typed words on scraps, and full color original artwork.
Australian actress and author Vanessa de Largie is a survivor of domestic violence. Don't Hit Me! is the true diarised account of her time living with an abusive man. The story is conveyed through poems, journal entries and fragments of lyrical prose. The book is a snapshot of domestic violence in real time. Raw, poignant and brave - it's a tale that will stay with you.
An exploration of the pleasure and the pain that can only come from love. This book of poems was written for all the souls who wander with shattered hearts. B.B. Sunshine's new collection of poetry is divided into three emotional acts:
Act One: Looking For Warm Places In Cold People; Act Two: And Still, I Cling; Act Three: Where I End And You Begin
Sunshine's seductive and provocative words blend influences from poets Rupi Kaur, Amanda Lovelace, R.H. Sin, Lang Leav, and Ocean Vuong with the classics Sylvia Plath, Bukowski, Poe, Neruda, Dickinson and Keats.
The Prophet is a book of 26 prose poetry fables written in English by the Lebanese-American artist, philosopher and writer Kahlil Gibran. Originally published in 1923, it is Gibran's best known work and has been translated into over 40 different languages. The prophet, Almustafa, has lived in the foreign city of Orphalese for 12 years and is about to board a ship which will carry him home. He is stopped by a group of people, with whom he discusses topics such as life and the human condition. The book is divided into chapters dealing with work, love, marriage, eating and drinking, joy and sorrow, self-knowledge, teaching, friendship, pleasure, beauty, religion, crime and punishment, reason and passion, and death.
A poetry book to describe the times of hurting, the times of searching, the times of finding and the times of loving another human being - in all their beauty. Scars, flaws and all.
"Expect loss and know that / tender eyes moisten / setting free / teardrops of humanity." This is just one of the many striking verses in this meditation on the beauty and grace found in the commonplace. From the loss of love, to a single, yellow flower screaming out to be seen, to the deepness of a tree’s roots, McCarthy challenges us to take time to notice the beauty, pain, immensity, and love in the very small moments of our lives.
Collected here is the ultimate Kindle edition of the complete works of Edgar Allan Poe—all of his tales and poems in one convenient, easy-to-use volume. Included in Edgar Allan Poe: The Complete Tales and Poems are: The complete text of all of the tales and poems written by Edgar Allan Poe (over 125 works), each elegantly formatted for ease of use and enjoyment on your Kindle reader; Links to free, full-length audio recordings of the poems and tales in this collection; An individual, active Table of Contents for each section accessible from the Kindle “go to” feature; Perfect formatting in rich text compatible with Kindle’s Text-to-Speech features.