In this eclectic mixture of poetry and short stories, Arbab draws on his personal reflections and experiences and gives us some food for thought about how we live our lives.
Poet Mahiraj Jadeja has a new collection of 50 poems entitled A Lover's Will.
Can blackbirds fly? Will William really burst if he eats too much? Do mice make friends with teddy bears? Children's questions - and those they haven't yet thought of - are
A collection of poetry, prose and thoughts from poet and songwriter, Aries.
Click down, am I alive? My fingers burn brightly in the mist.
Along the Way is an assorted collection of sixty-six, gently rhyming poems. Each one contributes to subjects as diverse as the seasons, nature, childhood memories and love.
Kelonie Utley began writing poetry as a way to deal with her experiences of bullying and abuse.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to work with people struggling with life-threatening illnesses?
Meg McHardy's stunning collection of poetry takes us on a candid journey through life's experiences of love.
In this eclectic mix of poetry Lukasz Kuraj communicates how his love of writing enables him to share his observations of and his outlooks on life.
In Around Every Corner: A Poetry Collection, author and retired businesswoman Jean Haycock has produced a heart-warming collection of around sixty poems.
The poetry in this book is raw and riveting.