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Geoffrey Alexander                 

The Wind Changed as I Lay Dying - Poetry

The Wind Changed as I Lay Dying is a collection of poems straight from the heart. Through good times and bad, the poetry of Geoffrey Alexander describes personal experiences, dreams, hopes, and fears that strike a chord in all of us. His insights run the gamut from life and death, through hunger and starvation, to life's most precious moments. The Wind Changed as I Lay Dying mirrors the human spirit, highlighting our foibles from his unique perspective. 

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Zaki Aizaz

Laughing at the Sky               Poetry

“Laughing at the Sky is a charming “web of words” whose inspirations range from Lao-tze to Eckhart Tolle to Jack Kerouac. Through a down-pour of lines, fresh tender new growth displays its multiple potentials. The talent is obvious, the energy genuine, the tempo of rapture is in the mode of tomorrow. Zaki Aizaz is “on the plane of the mind”. I am hopeful that one day a giant Sequoia of his poetry will tower toward the sky, laughing or solemn, to shelter our fragile lives.” -Zhang Er, Ph.D.

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Robert O. Hoskins

Images - Verse

Robert O. Hoskins has led a long and eventful life.  Over the years, he has made some 300 observations in poetry and prose about every aspect of life, ranging from one-liners to multiple pages in length.  Some of these observations are nice, while others are nasty.  All are thought provoking and well worth reading.
These comprise over 300 observations on every aspect of life from one-liners to nine pages in length. Some are nice, others are nasty. No particular theme is followed; these are just on subjects from ‘A to Z.’


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Vusi Moloi                

A Goodbye To My Little Troubles - Poetry

Vusi Moloi encapsulates humanity with its universal emotions and feelings in a pulsating rhythm of a symphony. Flavored uniquely with African condiments of benevolence, compassion, and forbearing (Ubuntu) in his A Goodbye To My Little Troubles, the author gives us the lay of the land in terms of the purpose of the writings.
In this poetry, we experience a cavalcade of grief and joy, darkness and light, despair and hope. See the depths of grief in “It Was a Victims’ Fault”. Here is a heart-wrenching example of man’s inhumanity to man. Despite that, life has to go on, and one has to persevere. Hence, three poems later we watch and enjoy “Beautiful Canada Dancing in the Rain”.

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Nelani Nettrour   

Steps - Poetry / Short Fiction   

Sometimes we take baby steps, uncertain and needing of help.  Sometimes toddling steps—surer, yet still not confident.  Sometimes we take a giant step—leaping, bounding forward.  Sometimes we take a backward step, when we see we’ve taken a wrong path.  Sometimes our steps are joyous, running steps, when we feel we are barely touching the ground.  At times we drag our feet in sorrow, grief, loneliness, and uncertainty, when our feet feel leaden.  Sometimes we walk alone, sometimes with friends, family, our mate.  But all our life is filled with steps—forward, backward, or sideways, full of confidence or faltering.  Life is full of steps.

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Pathways - Poetry / Short Fiction   

When I first set out to write this second book of poetry and musings and a short story, I was hoping for a version of praise and joyful expectation.  I had included many of my poetry written in hardships and heartache in Steps.  I was hoping that I could be done with such struggles, for a time at least.  But some things have happened to me personally, and to our country, that has caused a change in many of the words of expression.

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Anthony Glyn Snelling

Through Many Moods, Many Years, Many Miles - Poetry   

Through Many Moods... Many Years... Many Miles is a collection of fifty poems that have been a lifetime in the making.  It is a work of spirituality, experience, and wisdom, told through reason and rhyme of Anthony Glyn Snelling.   

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Imminent Change - Poetry   

The companion volume to Through Many Moods... Many Years... Many Miles, a collection of poems that have been a lifetime in the making.  It is a work of spirituality, experience, and wisdom, told through reason and rhyme of Anthony Glyn Snelling.   

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There By The Grace Of God Go I - Poetry / True Crime

TOMMY is in prison.  He is serving a life sentence for homicide.  For thirty years he has lived in the soul-searing confines of an 8 x 10 cell, confronting his life-long failures and a fate most of us would find difficult to survive. 
At the moment of his greatest despair, when he began to wonder if the world would have been better off without him, Tommy experienced an out-of-body vision.  He was literally snatched from within the blackened depths of his mind to stand before the Judgment Seat of Christ, there to answer for his sins. 
The experience left him profoundly changed. There By The Grace Of God Go I is a record of his story, told in poetry and prose.  It is up to the reader to decide whether this is but another story written by a convict who has been locked away for far too many years, or perhaps, Tommy has found a universal truth within his prison cell. 

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Whispers From My Field Of Dreams - Poetry

Whispers From My Field Of Dreams is a collection of love poetry unlike any other. In his poems, Tommy manages to capture the loneliness and longing that we all feel at some point in our lives, and to celebrate the loves of our life… wives, children, parents, lovers… in his own unique way.

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