Juxtaposed Darkness is a dark poetry book. The book examines feelings of desperation and futility stemming from depression and self-injury. The poems are a fusion of darkness and a small bit of hope.
Through the Blinds is poetic diary following Looking at the Moon, Flying Fall, and Beautifully Mixed up World. Through the Blinds was written when the author was 23. It documents new careers, long distance relationships, and the vulnerabilities of a young women trying to find herself after graduating college.
Shirley A. Ainsworth is a retiree who is an inspiring poetry writer and wishes to impact others with her various experiences in life. She was born in Paducah, Texas, but later her family moved to Los Angeles, California, where she was raised since the age of five.
In this book, I have taken everyday feelings from my life dealing with depression, bipolar disorder, multiple sclerosis, and Marfan’s syndrome and channeled them into words. I also write about my life after a divorce and the ups and downs of dealing with an ex for the sake of taking a productive role in your child’s life.
The Way of the Wolf continues the journey started with Words of a Wolf. This eclectic collection of poetry explores a Veteran's experience of living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and touches on the difficult subject of racism experienced in the Armed Forces and Metropolitan Police in the 1980s.
This collection of poems reflects one woman's journey from being a lost child, to finding new beginnings. Stops along the way include encouragement and forgiving self. Here, Giles beautifully expresses some of the love, hate, praise and pain that she has experienced thus far in life.
Témoin dans ce recueil de poésie de l'aube et du crépuscule des Cités d'Or, le camelot clamait avec silence qu'un Cité d'Or fut toute ville ou nation qui devint riche en dévorant les rêves de fortunes, d'amour et de partage de tous ses citadins, surexposant sa richesse sans honte aux yeux de ses travailleurs pauvres ...
Written in 1975, and hidden away for 37 years. At that time there was no avenue for anything that referred to same sex love. It was written in a loose iambic pentameter, octave rhyme, as a form of cloaking the subject matter. The poem was created after the fact, over pot and booze, and was a catharsis.
Words of a wolf - Poetry of a Veteran is part of 'Wolf Photography' and is a therapeutic work project with the following aims: To raise awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Veterans and others and to help bridge the gap between family members, their loved ones and care providers.
All the movies about finding yourself somewhere other than where you grew up are about your destination. Sure, they give a thirty second tribute to where you’ve come from, generally using the cliché shot of the main character staring out the back of a foggy car window amid a jungle of boxes, but that is quickly forgotten in favor of a city full of skyscrapers and illusions of opportunity.
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