A holiday/winter anthology which explores all the feelings,sights,sounds,and traditions associated with this time of year.Love,nostalgia,questioning,reflection and descriptions of holiday dinners bring this collection alive.
A collection of different poetry forms .
There's a place where the beasts run wild, and fight for leadership and power. There are humans still alive, yet they hide in caves and tunnels, deep in the earth. The beasts roam the dessert land and I, the queen of these monsters, is human. I have dominated them all, for I have such a strange gift. There is a story for how I became the queen here, the queen of beasts who hate humans, and yet I am human. This is the story of how I became, who I am...
Doomed foresight is pitted against free will in this poetic novella about love, fear, passion, and the limits lovers are willing to go for one another.
Rebecca tells her granddaughter the story of the magic mittens she received one year for Christmas.
The poems in this collection touch on events and emotions brought forth in the chill of Winter. Having been widowed since 2002, some of the work reflects on my lost love and a search for fulfillment in a sexually charged but morally conflicting affair. I hope you enjoy the exploration into this adult subject matter written from experience and fantasy.
This is a collection of poems written by Dela Bobobee in a very vivid descriptive symbolism of the season of winter embellished in the intricacies of human nature.
A mountain man begins his adventures where no other wishes to go - inside the ravenous wilderness, filled with deathly hardships and natural beauties. Bears and wolves are not the only dangers: a man in these parts can die of starvation, disease, or dreadful injuries. Not even territorial natives will let a man live through the winters. For Thomas, the mountain man of this story, wilderness is home. Purchase the full version from Lulu.com: http://www.lulu.com/shop/a-l/the-mountain-man/paperback/product-20408804.html
Robotic poetry inspired by winter and other cryogenic conditions. Originally written for a Bookrix winter poetry contest, but the message transcends seasons.
A winter love song.
A short story of Drabbles for a contest. BOY x BOY! DON'T LIKE? DON'T READ! Okay, so~ these are pretty much short stories about a guy named David and his boyfriend Robin (since i love the name) xD Please enjoy~ read at your own risk
Short Poems of Love
I always liked the snow. The way it fell gently and softly from the sky above. Or, when it landed on your nose and you could see the perfect white snowflake. All in all, my favorite is when you wake up after a blizzard or a snow storm. In Pennsylvania, it was perfectly normal to wake up in early January and find the world covered in a thick layer of beautiful white snow. Great old maple trees that were once covered in green leaves in the summer, were now bare and covered in snow. Or the Ever Green trees covered in white and green. Winter is magic……. So what if I told you that magic is real? “This magical person was born the coldest night of winter. Blessed with Pure white hair long and full. Her beauty for no one can compare, light crystal blue orbs, her face perfectly sculpted, her skin as pale as the moon for which she was born under. For she is the child snow, ‘The Guardian of winter ’” -Rain R. *This is the Final Cover*
A book of poetic outbursts both frozen and heated. The ices of memory and the flames of love.
A poetic tribute to Christmas trees. Written in a style that is playful, yet carries a message. A great child's book. (I think?)
A book of short poems dealing with winter and the holidays.Some are funny and some are serious.
An old fashion Christmas story to warm the heart. Curl up with a cup of hot chocolate and enjoy a reprieve from the holiday rush!
Poems here express the innocent love and dreams of a teenager with her ardent lover who loves her more than anything in the world and helps her to create a world brimming with love.
Poems that deal with life.