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the witch doesn’t burn in this one

the witch doesn’t burn in this one

by Amanda Lovelace
208 Pages · 2018 · 2 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
And the Prophet Said
by Kahlil Gibran
176 Pages · 2020 · 14 MB · 2,297 Downloads · New!
And the Prophet Said is the personal transformation, self-help, religious and poetry book that contains tips and techniques to live a happier and successful life. Kahlil Gibran is the author of this outstanding book. This book originally published in 1923 by Knopf that enlighten the heart of thousands of people for a hundred years. It contains the poems, sayings, aphorisms of Kahlil Gibran that were never published before. This guide is the classic inspiration and Gibran wisdom that teaches people how to find beauty, love, happiness, and success in our lives.
Depression & Other Magic Tricks
by Sabrina Benaim
96 Pages · 2017 · 0.5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Depression & Other Magic Tricks is a wonderful and lovely poetry book. Sabrina Benaim is the author of this book. Sabrina is a writer, performance & teaching artist, whose home base in Toronto. She was a member of the Canadian championship-winning 2014 Toronto Poetry Slam team, & in 2015. Sabrina has written poems for ESPNW and The Government of Canada. Her book “Depression & Other Magic Tricks” perfectly depicts how depression, anxiety, and love feel like. It makes a connection with anyone who has lived with depression and experienced loss. It feels like someone has gotten inside your head and put into words so many things you could not bear to say outloud. No doubt, it is a pretty solid collection that paints heartbreak and depression beautifully across the page. The author has really cracked open her heart for this collection and it shows. In short, it is the kind of poetry book that you can’t stop reading and re-reading.
She Felt Like Feeling Nothing
by r.h. Sin
144 Pages · 2018 · 1.79 MB · 53 Downloads · New!
She Felt Like Feeling Nothing is a poetry book that pursues themes of self-discovery and retrospection. r.h. Sin is the author of this book. Sin is a great writer who always brings great, lovely and impressive words. This book helps readers to realize what love really is. Some of these love poems hit home in so many levels. There are moments when the heart no longer wishes to feel because everything it’s felt up until then has brought it nothing but anguish. Sin pursues themes of self-discovery and retrospection. With this book, the poet intends to create a safe space where women can rest their weary hearts and focus on themselves. It’s a quick read but worth but it’s worth it. In short, this book is one of the best books and we highly recommend this especially for women and even men who have gone through an abusive relationship.
the princess saves herself in this one
by Amanda Lovelace
208 Pages · 2017 · 1MB · 0 Downloads · New!
the princess saves herself in this one by Amanda Lovelace is fiction, literature and poetry novel which describes the poetry on four different personalities. Amanda Lovelace is the author of this classic book. This is an amazing collection of poetry into four different parts. The first is The Princes, The Damsel, The Queen and in the end The You.  This is something more than the poetry as it contains the life experiences and the raw emotions of someone’s life. She narrates the pain of the different people which involves the self-discovery, self-reflection, loss, love and many other things. This is a quite emotional book which brings the tears unexpectedly from the eyes. There are messages which shake the soul of the reader. She discusses the heavy topics in the Princess part which includes the depression, anorexia and abusive etc. The poetry is just not only painful but it is also interesting by giving the moral values. The Damsel part includes the story of love and broken hearts. The Queen includes the message of loving yourself and there is no one better than you. The You part describe you, your power to change the things from nowhere and to have trust in yourself.
Eighteen Years
by Madisen Kuhn
266 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Eighteen Years is one of the best poetry books. Madisen Kuhn is the author of this book. Madisen kuhn, popularly known as m.k. by those who enjoy her writing, was born on the last day of winter in 1996. She has been posting her thoughts and feelings online since 2012. Madisen draws inspiration from the little things, ambiguity, what love feels like, her favorite artists, the monsters that are depression and anxiety, becoming, & the thirst to always be growing and changing. Her book, Eighteen Years is absolutely fantastic collection of poetry. The format of it is incredible as you can see Madisen grow and develop over the course of the book. Her writing gets more mature, she becomes more self-aware, and she develops a practicality in her approach to the problems she writes about. There are poems for every season of life housed within these pages. It is a collection that you will continue to read over and over again until the ink begins to fade from the pages and you have found reasons to underline every single line in the book.
Light Filters In
by Caroline Kaufman
224 Pages · 2018 · 6 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Light Filters In by Caroline Kaufman” is a classy poetry book that will touch the heart and soul of the readers. Caroline Kaufman is the author of this book. Caroline’s voice is so unique, uplifting, and powerful. It is an incredibly unique collection of poems that any reader can relate. The book delivers powerful messages about self-love and acceptance, equality, and the journey of life. It has a thoughtful and creative structure that tells a story as the reader progresses through the book. Light Filters In also captures the varied, wondrous moments that define what it means to be human giving up too much of yourself to someone else, not fitting in, endlessly Googling “how to be happy,” figuring out who you want to be. In this powerful collection of poems, Caroline Kaufman reflects our own experiences back at us and makes us feel less alone, one exquisite and insightful piece at a time. In short, this is truly an amazing read by an author who captures depression in an authentic, raw light. Her words move you, resonate with you and heal you all at the same time.