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Poetry (371 Books)


Poetry is a category of literary art which uses the aesthetic qualities of language to evoke meanings in addition to, or in place of, the prosaic ostensible meaning.

 
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Fantastic Trillion : Saga

By: Vyacheslav St. Grzhibovskiy

The video eBook "Fantastic Trillion" description trillion dollars in different poetic forms.

Synthesis per year 50000 tons of SYNTHETIC DIAMONDS with quality from 1 Trillion Dollars USA per 1 ton.

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La Necesidad Del Desamparo : A Necesidade do Desamparo

By: Raúl Rodríguez Del Río

Poetry. Edición Bilingüe. Español-Galego

El ejercicio, pues, no es sólo ver la luz al otro lado sino también verla aunque ese otro lado no exista.

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Nine Poems : Volume 2

By: Ankur Mutreja

A book of peoms

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Chained Clouds: A Last Day Before Suicide/ Planned Suicide: A few ...

By: Alan A. Quinn

This document was written on Sept 2, 2018 when I was in lowest point of my life. I had decided to commit suicide. My suicide would have or have not been occurred on Sept 3 2018. But I have made a choice not to alter any portion of this text. I am posting it on Sept 2 2018. I believed it to be necessary to communicate this to others in case it helps anyone who might be in similar situation. It might be comforting to some.

Suicide is a way to change something that just cannot exist with even a single droplet of happiness.

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Espace Perdu, imageries

By: Huguette Bertrand

Premier recueil de poésie de l'auteure, édition 1985

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Drink Your Way into My Soul

By: Jayita Bhattacharjee

This is an ode for lovers, who gaze at each other in search of something. It is such a search that makes them drink deep from one another's heart. such a drink can arise from this gaze, a gaze that is more fulfilling than all the wines out there.

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The Ecstatic Dance of Soul

By: Jayita Bhattacharjee

This book sheds light on the intoxicated dance of the soul in varied seasons of life. Often, we wonder about how to tune into the rhythms of welcoming--the coming and going of times, the rising and falling of light, the dance by the breaking light of dawn, and how it gracefully changes as we dance by the light of moon on the shimmering sands. Life is a string of changes, and times come when we get overwhelmed by them. But there lies a deeper, a richer dance that springs ...

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Historia de Oh

By: Raúl Rodríguez Del Río

-"Fue entonces y la tierra despertó arrojando temblorosos ríos de polilla." Pero por fortuna yo ya poseía una nueva posición desde la que retratar el horror y ofrecer una salvación. -¿Cuál es el rescate frente al sufrimiento? ¿Sangre de polilla? -Pulverum est et in pulverum reverteris. -Entonces una bayeta, un plumero, una mopa, en manos de una hermosa criada.

El poeta se sienta a observar lo que otros hacen, no se siente a gusto pero tampoco ayuda a cambiar una rueda. Es mejor que encuentre un lugar en que no sean necesarias su impaciencia e indecisión para dirigirse hacia ninguna parte

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Rouge mémoire

By: Huguette Bertrand

Recueil de poésie comportant 51 pages.

Extrait : Entre les couleurs terre de Sienne / et noir d'encre / le jour marathonien s'essouffle / nous ravive entre deux néants / nous colle au coeur / puis disparaît / dans la bouche de la nuit / silence on tourne en rond

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La Femme Eidôlon : A Tale

By: Sean Fraser

A Concrete Verse poem which may be considered an elegiac Idyll on Beauty as Idée was written over a Thirty-year Entr'acte. It was composed of and with occurrences that began in 1963 of which some lines may be found in poems from "Miss Crabtree's Daughters" and "On the Nature of Existence".

Light as ponderous settling fog obscures | Reflections of flesh once was | Hundred-year mirror | Age has | photographs belied | They silently exist | by prusse Moon lit: | forgotten | were Reminiscences to be found; | Sorrows in Solitude solace consoled by one not seen; | embraces and caresses adumbrated | by Presence; | Existence frolicked imp-like: | Revelments paled | Resplendences paled | The currents set by Chronos slowed in the dark of Chaos; | And Beauty smiling |...

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La Barbería : A Barbería: A Barbería

By: Raúl Rodríguez del Río

¿Cómo decirle nunca más a un animal que ama como nunca jamás? ¿Cómo discernir que se acabó si todo es para siempre?

No poseer nada ni siquiera la ambición de la nada.

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Prosa & Árnica

By: Raúl Rodríguez del Río

¿Los poetas no son aquellos que se cubren con un parasol de la inclemencia, huyen de las cloacas de las aves y de los mensajes sin membrete?

No hemos nacido para recitar poesía, sino para que nos reciten, para ser recitados por una felación y un cunilingus.

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Song of Eternity :: From time to timeless, from age to ageless...

By: Jayita Bhattacharjee

Often we regret looking back at the times, the seasons that have left us, as they brought something meaningful to our lives. While we wish we could get them back, rarely do we realize, they are never truly lost in the rolling of time. The times came with their blessings and lessons, but each was a treasure of light, released as pearls of unending wisdom, as life goes on rolling. Those blessings, and lessons are embedded in the shells, hidden in the sands of life, if only...

How did it happen that—joy and pain, their lips came together? See the way, the night makes a way for the sun to light the sky. Everything is held in that breathtaking moment, When sorrow departs, and joy arrives to kiss our souls, That is the moment, when the sadness leaves and happiness comes to rest, Such is the timing when the two meet each other, Knowing it is time to greet in the wake of a new beauty, As every cycle of life has its own phase, The moment—whe...

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Sous le Masque des Heures

By: Huguette Bertrand

Recueil de poésie, 57 pages

(extrait) Entre les pierres / la vie l’aventure / qu’une brise passagère / est venu raccorder / aux désirs répandus / sur les rêves les plus fous

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Balaclava

By: Raúl Rodríguez Del Río

Nada en el exoesqueleto de la tarde, excepto el infinito ultraje del sol. Me gustan las mujeres que no esperan nada de un hombre porque la nada siempre es una expectativa razonable. No creo en la belleza, unicamente en la vileza de lo bello. Es la hora del trabajo, la purga, la negación, no se puede cavar con un kilómetro de mierda en el duodeno.

Cuando lleven tu alma inglesa a cabalgar infiernos, recuerda que sólo los aristócratas cagan yesca. Trotando por el valle de la muerte con temeridad e imprudencia, mi bien, la soldadesca se acaba convirtiendo en metralla de cosacos. La estupidez de un imperio crea mitos y leyendas, pero más valiera relinchar y comer yerba, galopar y fornicar eslavas, que seguir las órdenes de un muerto llamado Valor. Solamente padecen los que han nacido para perecer. Si regresas al amor ...

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Desideratum

By: Raúl Rodriguez del Río

Libro de poemas (Galego-Español)

De que cor é o sangue cando pensas nun home? A que sabe o teu orgasmo humedecido? Pasamos o un xunto ao outro e non sabemos nada o un do outro. Segues con esa inclinación polas aves ou morreu o teu amante sen comprender aínda que só na distancia pode-se recobrar o afecto? ¿De qué color es la sangre cuando piensas en un hombre? ¿A qué sabe tu orgasmo humedecido? Pasamos uno junto al otro y no sabemos nada el uno del otro. ¿Sigues con esa inclinación por las aves o muri...

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Les Visages du Temps

By: Huguette Bertrand

(extrait) Tellement loin tellement proche quand ça fourmille d'habitudes de grimaces entortillées autour du présent ça remonte et ça descend des rivières infinies frôle les astres dans l'immensité du coeur ses musiques d'accords brisés fragments d'un noir soleil répandus sur la peau des fleurs rosée matinale sur le visage toujours révélé par le frisson des pas absents

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The Breath of Heaven : A Timeless Romance in a Poesy Beauty

By: Ms. Jayita Bhattacharjee

This book holds a poesy passion, a romance that breathes in eternity. Believe in the light of love that is still alive, it never really dies in the face of a tragedy. The love that was once born in the wedding of two souls, with nature as a church and God as the witness, that is a breathless union enshrined in eternity--a sacred commingling of two hearts destined to be together.

Your breath that you filled me with, My breath that I filled you with, Why not you and I breathe in the breathlessness of love, just so, we can begin, for one more time? My love, You are the poem that I write in sky, So it can call the moon to light up your eyes. My love, I am the poem that you write in sky,So it can call the stars to light up my eyes. Cause, tonight is the night when the poem can be calling, from the lips of love, for one more time.While lovers out ther...

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Par la peau du cri

By: Huguette Bertrand

L'édition imprimée comporte 49 pages. L'édition numérique en format Pdf conforme aux textes de l'édition imprimée comporte 45 pages.

Mon langage achève le pays parcouru et ma pensée dégonflée a peur du cri les mains gravées sur la source corps poétique des lieux les plus rares les plus osés et le jour se lève doux comme le geste des yeux

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La Mort Amoureuse

By: Huguette Bertrand

Livre de poésie comportant 61 pages.

(extrait) mes mots explosent je leur aménage des espaces particuliers et rien entre les lignes n'est laissé au hasard ils ne pèsent pas lourd dans la mémoire je les apprivoise et je leur propose des organisations de toutes sortes ils s'écrivent comme des enfants blessés mais toujours renouvelés

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