Category: Poems

Palm Lines by Jonathan Koven (Book Review #1019)

Palm Lines is a collection of poems about nature. The poems were divided into three segments and each was accompanied by beautiful illustrations that complemented the work. The author expresses scenes that were related to his youth and expressions of love and relationships.

Melody of Your Heart: Stories of Love, Loss, and Soulmates by Renley N. Chu & Tiany Chu (Book Review #1011)

Melody of your heart is genuinely about Stories of Love, Loss, and Soulmates. It is an anthology meant to be used as a channel to share our experiences with love and loss. The collection of tales covers redemption as well and the meaning of… Continue Reading “Melody of Your Heart: Stories of Love, Loss, and Soulmates by Renley N. Chu & Tiany Chu (Book Review #1011)”

Love is Blood; Love is Fabric by Mary de la Fuente (Book Review #989)

Love is blood is a poetry book that has been written for over seven years. It is filled with emotions, including grief, complex relationships, romance, difficulties, and values that drive from intuitions. There are also elements of spiritual and psychological matters resonating throughout the… Continue Reading “Love is Blood; Love is Fabric by Mary de la Fuente (Book Review #989)”

Falling into all by Ben. R. Teeter (Book Review #966)

Falling into all is a poetry book containing a collection of musings and lyrical sayings influenced by spiritual teachings across cultures. The poems can be used as quotations and prompts. They embody elements that could assist in refocusing life on yourself.

The Soprano, The monster, and the Dragonslayer by Vashti Stopher Klein (Book Review #962)

The soprano, the monster, and the dragonslayer is a poetry book. It is excellent for healing and is described beautifully. The poems allow you to fantasize and draw the words in your mind. The work is filled with creativity and enables the reader to… Continue Reading “The Soprano, The monster, and the Dragonslayer by Vashti Stopher Klein (Book Review #962)”

What mothers withhold by Elizabeth Kropf (Book Review #876)

What mothers withhold is a book filled with beautiful poems written about what a mother goes through as a female. What their body, mind, soul, and transformation experiences is remarkable, and the journey that the author attempts to reflect in her poems is what… Continue Reading “What mothers withhold by Elizabeth Kropf (Book Review #876)”

Tales from an odd mind by Nom D. Plume (Book Review #838)

Tales from an odd mind is a collection of short stories and poems written with various voices, characters, and situations.

Coronavirus Haiku: Poetry to Help Lighten Your Pandemic Days by James Weir (Book Review #800)

Coronavirus Haiku is a poetry book filled with poems about what the world is currently going through with this virus. It touches subjects like social distancing, the isolation, protests, and everything that revolves around the uncertainty this global virus has induced.

SAY SOMETHING by Jeremy Clarke (Book Review #784)

Say something is a short book of poetry providing a biographical window into the author’s life. Jeremy Clarke believes that every person’s journey in life should be heard and told. The inspiration comes from within his soul as does the desire to encourage others… Continue Reading “SAY SOMETHING by Jeremy Clarke (Book Review #784)”