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By Fred Schrott

A collection of unique bad boy poetry, The Transitive Nightfall of Diamonds is sure to send the reader into a cerebral tizzy—just keeping up is half the battle and all of the fun! The proverbial, "Long-time listener and first-time caller" takes readers on a journey of sight and sound, that both titillates and tantalizes the auditory senses. The poems can only be described as a psychedelic stew of various addictions meets whining divorcee, meets mental health, meets mid-life crisis, meets renewed youth, meets reality check, meets recovery. Quite simply, it’s a compendium of everyday problems for everyday people with a couple of solutions thrown in for good measure.

In 2006, while contemplating divorce from his wife of thirteen years, author Fred Schrott left his home to travel around the southwest and Northern California in his Coachmen trailer. He was urged to start journaling by his marriage counselor but normal writing seemed a bit boring, so the author decided to purge his brain in poetic form. His goal right from the beginning for The Transitive Nightfall of Diamonds was to communicate with anyone and everyone through observation and humor.

Don’t Hate the Player

Hey, don’t hate the player.
Get your hate on the game.
I’m the same old bad boy
with just a different name.
Seventeen long years ago
everything was all the same,
but then the crazy traveling
sent me to the zoo again...


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By Fred Schrott

A collection of unique bad boy poetry, The Transitive Nightfall of Diamonds is sure to send the reader into a cerebral tizzy—just keeping up is half the battle and all of the fun! The proverbial, "Long-time listener and first-time caller" takes readers on a journey of sight and sound, that both titillates and tantalizes the auditory senses. The poems can only be described as a psychedelic stew of various addictions meets whining divorcee, meets mental health, meets mid-life crisis, meets renewed youth, meets reality check, meets recovery. Quite simply, it’s a compendium of everyday problems for everyday people with a couple of solutions thrown in for good measure.

In 2006, while contemplating divorce from his wife of thirteen years, author Fred Schrott left his home to travel around the southwest and Northern California in his Coachmen trailer. He was urged to start journaling by his marriage counselor but normal writing seemed a bit boring, so the author decided to purge his brain in poetic form. His goal right from the beginning for The Transitive Nightfall of Diamonds was to communicate with anyone and everyone through observation and humor.

Don’t Hate the Player

Hey, don’t hate the player.
Get your hate on the game.
I’m the same old bad boy
with just a different name.
Seventeen long years ago
everything was all the same,
but then the crazy traveling
sent me to the zoo again...


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By Fred Schrott

A collection of unique bad boy poetry, The Transitive Nightfall of Diamonds is sure to send the reader into a cerebral tizzy—just keeping up is half the battle and all of the fun! The proverbial, "Long-time listener and first-time caller" takes readers on a journey of sight and sound, that both titillates and tantalizes the auditory senses. The poems can only be described as a psychedelic stew of various addictions meets whining divorcee, meets mental health, meets mid-life crisis, meets renewed youth, meets reality check, meets recovery. Quite simply, it’s a compendium of everyday problems for everyday people with a couple of solutions thrown in for good measure.

In 2006, while contemplating divorce from his wife of thirteen years, author Fred Schrott left his home to travel around the southwest and Northern California in his Coachmen trailer. He was urged to start journaling by his marriage counselor but normal writing seemed a bit boring, so the author decided to purge his brain in poetic form. His goal right from the beginning for The Transitive Nightfall of Diamonds was to communicate with anyone and everyone through observation and humor.

Don’t Hate the Player

Hey, don’t hate the player.
Get your hate on the game.
I’m the same old bad boy
with just a different name.
Seventeen long years ago
everything was all the same,
but then the crazy traveling
sent me to the zoo again...


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By Ms. Jeanette Barker

My book of poetry is about love, heartaches, honor to those that has pass on. In my life I have endure many heartaches. But I rise above it all. Have you ever had a broken heart and it feels like a knife is in your chest. It’s as if you can really feel the pain within your body. You have to go beyond that pain and reach down in your soul for understanding. Then you can heal. I can honest say that a lot of my poetry comes to me in dreams. I often wake up and a poem is in my mind. I go to my pen and paper and write. Sometimes it feels like someone is controlling my thoughts. I can take a statement and run with it without thinking what to write next.

I pray before I write to give someone some comforting words. I often have my moment with God. God is the only one that understands me. When you are sincere and it comes from the heart. God with you 100% with you God knows my heart and the heart of others. Death is not a simple thing to get over. We know that person of love one is not hurting or suffering anymore, but it still hurts. We know that they have move on to a better place, but we still miss. If I can write one word or sentence for someone to feel that they are going to be all right. Then I want to keep writing till I can’t write anymore. I want to think till I can’t think anymore. I want to feel the love here and beyond. I want to know that I’m living for something and someone. To embrace a smile on someone face beyond that pain is all I want to do.


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By George L. Hand

I’ve always observed my surroundings since I was a boy.
I noticed the wonders with a true sense of joy.
For some reason I remember much from the past.
Who would guess such memories would last.
There’s natural beauty wherever you go.
The most impressive are the parks I know.
I remember my engineering education plus what I’ve read.
Science is wonderful. This has to be said.
I think of all the progress humans have made.
We’ve just started. Can we make the grade?
This book follows the popular “Huckleberry Days”
The author’s poetic presentation of the good old ways,
“A Sampler of Uncommon Sense and Good Times,
Emotional Trips, Whimsy and More in Rhymes,”
“World War II, to the Greatest Generation
A Poetic History of the War’s Duration,”
And “Emotional Poems, How We Live and How We Die.
Some Will Make You Think, Others Will Make You Cry.”
All are available. Barnes and Noble is an ordering source.
One can also Google Amazon.com of course.


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By George L. Hand

I’ve always observed my surroundings since I was a boy.
I noticed the wonders with a true sense of joy.
For some reason I remember much from the past.
Who would guess such memories would last.
There’s natural beauty wherever you go.
The most impressive are the parks I know.
I remember my engineering education plus what I’ve read.
Science is wonderful. This has to be said.
I think of all the progress humans have made.
We’ve just started. Can we make the grade?
This book follows the popular “Huckleberry Days”
The author’s poetic presentation of the good old ways,
“A Sampler of Uncommon Sense and Good Times,
Emotional Trips, Whimsy and More in Rhymes,”
“World War II, to the Greatest Generation
A Poetic History of the War’s Duration,”
And “Emotional Poems, How We Live and How We Die.
Some Will Make You Think, Others Will Make You Cry.”
All are available. Barnes and Noble is an ordering source.
One can also Google Amazon.com of course.


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By Gina Melnyk

In her second collection, poet GINA MELNYK explores experiences unique to pregnancy and motherhood. After having her first child in 2007, she was compelled to record her reflections on forty weeks of pregnancy, and how life changes with a new member of the family.


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By Gina Melnyk

In her second collection, poet GINA MELNYK explores experiences unique to pregnancy and motherhood. After having her first child in 2007, she was compelled to record her reflections on forty weeks of pregnancy, and how life changes with a new member of the family.


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By Iris Killens Cheeks
Many of us go through life feeling isolated and alone in a world full of family, friends, and gods. In I Sing the Blues and Cry, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse expresses through both poetry and prose the shared fear, confusion, anger, hope, and faith needed to accomplish joy in a world infused with pain. One out of every four little girls is sexually abused, and the majority of the abusers are family members or close friends of the family in America today. They are trapped in a cage of shame, guilt, and secrecy. Bodies grow, minds mature, yet there still remains a broken little girl within each victim. Author Iris Killens Cheeks shares conversations, verse, and vital resources to open a door into the thoughts, perceptions, and soul of a survivor of sexual, mental, and emotional abuse. This little girl found a way to survive, mature, and conquer many of the battles she faced due to traumatic experiences that no child should have to endure. Hers is a story that is poignant, revealing, and uplifting—a story of light, acceptance, forgiveness, and growth. I Sing the Blues and Cry is an inspiring look beyond the surface into the eyes of a child, a woman, and a survivor.
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By Iris Killens Cheeks
Many of us go through life feeling isolated and alone in a world full of family, friends, and gods. In I Sing the Blues and Cry, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse expresses through both poetry and prose the shared fear, confusion, anger, hope, and faith needed to accomplish joy in a world infused with pain. One out of every four little girls is sexually abused, and the majority of the abusers are family members or close friends of the family in America today. They are trapped in a cage of shame, guilt, and secrecy. Bodies grow, minds mature, yet there still remains a broken little girl within each victim. Author Iris Killens Cheeks shares conversations, verse, and vital resources to open a door into the thoughts, perceptions, and soul of a survivor of sexual, mental, and emotional abuse. This little girl found a way to survive, mature, and conquer many of the battles she faced due to traumatic experiences that no child should have to endure. Hers is a story that is poignant, revealing, and uplifting—a story of light, acceptance, forgiveness, and growth. I Sing the Blues and Cry is an inspiring look beyond the surface into the eyes of a child, a woman, and a survivor.
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By Iris Killens Cheeks
Many of us go through life feeling isolated and alone in a world full of family, friends, and gods. In I Sing the Blues and Cry, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse expresses through both poetry and prose the shared fear, confusion, anger, hope, and faith needed to accomplish joy in a world infused with pain. One out of every four little girls is sexually abused, and the majority of the abusers are family members or close friends of the family in America today. They are trapped in a cage of shame, guilt, and secrecy. Bodies grow, minds mature, yet there still remains a broken little girl within each victim. Author Iris Killens Cheeks shares conversations, verse, and vital resources to open a door into the thoughts, perceptions, and soul of a survivor of sexual, mental, and emotional abuse. This little girl found a way to survive, mature, and conquer many of the battles she faced due to traumatic experiences that no child should have to endure. Hers is a story that is poignant, revealing, and uplifting—a story of light, acceptance, forgiveness, and growth. I Sing the Blues and Cry is an inspiring look beyond the surface into the eyes of a child, a woman, and a survivor.
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By Sharon Carpenter
Author Sharon Carpenter was introduced to the cowboy poetry writing and performing style by Joel Hayes, founder of Douglas County’s Poetry Writers Group located in Douglasville, Georgia. She was a performing poet with the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Annual Georgia Cowboy Gatherings. Now, she has collected her cowboy poetry into one volume. Western Cowboy Poetry: An African American Perspective is an engaging collection of poems specifically written to be delivered at cowboy poetry gatherings. These verses provide an imaginary yet entertaining perspective on what life experiences might have been like for African Americans who strived to live in the western region of the United States during both the pre- and post-civil war era. These poems offer historical and contemporary cowboy viewpoints and they are based upon research of historical contributions of African Americans. Western Cowboy Poetry consists of four sections, emphasizing the journey and contributions of African American cowboys; the work experience for these cowboys; cowboy love stories; and the perspective of African American cowhands of the time on values. Isom Dart Let me tell you the story Of ol’ Isom Dart, How he broke my will and my soul, And also my heart. He was as elusive as them horses He was always chasin’; You think you landed him, Then you find—time, it was a wastin’ … “Sharon’s unique style brings an African American perspective on western cowboy poetry.” —Douglas County Sentinel
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By Matthew Galbraith

Through the ages, mankind has looked to the night sky with solemn awe and persistent bewilderment. Who are we? Why are we here? Why does anything exist? How have we come to be self-aware? In recent times, physicists have produced a stream of astounding revelations into the history and design of the physical universe. For several millennia, spiritual traditions have prayerfully contemplated these cosmic puzzles, while the hearts of poets have sung to the sheer wonder of it all.

With reverence, humor, and a singular voice, poet Matthew Galbraith engages these timeless mysteries in a collection of heartfelt and meticulously crafted poetry. He presents four thematic groups that span a broad range of issues about life on Earth and beyond. As a man of faith with a deep appreciation of scientific inquiry, Galbraith offers a unique, global perspective poured forth in a waterfall of sensual sound, alluring rhythms, and surrealistic imagery.

Blueshift unveils a collection of melodic, mystical, and thought-provoking verse that provides a one-of-a-kind adventure into a vibrant poetic landscape.


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By Matthew Galbraith

Through the ages, mankind has looked to the night sky with solemn awe and persistent bewilderment. Who are we? Why are we here? Why does anything exist? How have we come to be self-aware? In recent times, physicists have produced a stream of astounding revelations into the history and design of the physical universe. For several millennia, spiritual traditions have prayerfully contemplated these cosmic puzzles, while the hearts of poets have sung to the sheer wonder of it all.

With reverence, humor, and a singular voice, poet Matthew Galbraith engages these timeless mysteries in a collection of heartfelt and meticulously crafted poetry. He presents four thematic groups that span a broad range of issues about life on Earth and beyond. As a man of faith with a deep appreciation of scientific inquiry, Galbraith offers a unique, global perspective poured forth in a waterfall of sensual sound, alluring rhythms, and surrealistic imagery.

Blueshift unveils a collection of melodic, mystical, and thought-provoking verse that provides a one-of-a-kind adventure into a vibrant poetic landscape.


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By Daddy Dave

In The Twenty-Ninth Poem: Vol. 2, author Daddy Dave dedicates a variety of poems, stories, and observations to his daughter in honor of her twenty-ninth birthday. As with his first volume, which was dedicated to his son, this collection offers additional unique observations about life.

Written in free-verse, non-rhyming style, many of the entries reflect the mystic union between father and daughter:

and then a moment later I blew a little harder and a little harder
until finally I exhaled through my nose hard enough
onto that little finger of yours
that I made a slight honking sound, and you giggled.

That was the seed of the magic, and within seconds
the concept clicked with you, and you ran down the hallway
showing off your newly acquired talent
to your mother.

—from “How to Blow Your Nose”

No two children are exactly alike, and so this second volume differs from the first in that it includes some short stories, many written by the author’s daughter when she was in the fourth grade and included here with minor modifications. Children and families are precious, and Daddy Dave encourages every parent to write down their own versions of unique stories so that they can be remembered, considered, and passed down to future generations.


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