Medicine for the soul is the best way to describe the collection of poems in The Lotus Dance.
Daksha Patel's varied assortment of thought-provoking poetry paints a colourful, vibrant picture of nature, creatures and feelings of love, happiness, hope and despair.
The Moon and Other Poems written by Shree Bhattacharjee is a poetry book wonderfully written during late December evenings.
Rachel Look's The Pearl Ring is a collection of poems about love, loss, heartbreak, and hope.
The Phoenix Scream is an odyssey of woe, heartbreak and pathos, but it is also an expression of love, strength and perseverance.
Navaneel is a keen observer of this world and a student of Life. He shares a deep bond with Nature since his childhood days.
"When we realise the truth about desire, we will know the truth of our existence."
With an arresting combination of confrontational poems and challenging, pithy sayings,
This is an eclectic anthology of poetry looking at life, love, loss, expectation and disappointment through a series of short poems.
In The Suicide, Amy Tollyfield presents an anthology comprising many mixed moods and feelings
The Tortoise of Hope by Alison Huckvale is a collection of verses and poetry whereby carrying the whole world on her back encompasses everything from pigs kissing to naked spa
There is a collection of poems by Sally Rawhey that takes you to that very spot where everything meaningful in life happens. "THERE" where people fall in love, "
Thrills and Daffodils by Jasmine Angel is a fantastic collection of modern, contemporary poems.