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By Allison Daniels
Allison Gregory Daniels has been performing in the areas of television, radio and stage for several years. She debuted her first poetry and inspirational book signing at Adelia's Restaurant in Takoma Park, Md in 1999. Allison G. Daniels is a native Washingtonian. She received her early education in D.C. public school systems. She has been captivated by poetry virtually all her life and has been writing poetry since age eleven. She is the author of 10 collections of poetry books, Revitalizing Your Spirit, Black Man I Love You, Yearning For Love, Jesus A Joy To Call My Own and an inspirational book entitled, Facing Tomorrow. Over the past few years she has authored over 1,000 poems and had several published. She is also a Distinguished Member of the International Society of Poets and was elected into the International Poetry Hall of Fame on March 3, 1997. Her poems have been well published throughout the United States. She has also donated several of her poems to the local newspapers throughout the Washington, D.C. and Metropolitan area. She has also performed throughout the Washington, D.C. and Metropolitan area. She envisions a progressive Christian and counseling center that will enable the youth of today and tomorrow to grow and develop spiritually and creatively.
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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 Abe Sentonnian

Poemas De Amor A Un Amor El lector puede disfrutar poesias romanticas, de inspiraciones imaginarias, y el dolor de la partida de su esposa. En sus versos se reflejan su fe cristiana y el amor hacia Dios. Todos sus poemas tienen un verdadero vivo realistico de la vida que ambos vivieron deste sus comienzos y final.

Te amo y te quiero. Te veo en los mares, Y arriba en los cielos. Tu me iluminas como la luna, Y vives siempre en mi sentimientos.

Poesia, “Te Amo Y Te Quiero”


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By George Epstein

George Epstein was a mathematician, scientist, and poet. This mixture of experiences and passions came together to form the three-part poetry collection Day, Door, Soul. It presents a progressive visual journey moving from awakening through the portal and finally to divine soul transcendence, as written by a religious man with earthly connections.

His collection is intended for those who are aware of the spiritual journey of life and for those who seek to unravel the mysteries of life through developing a deeper understanding of self. Epstein weaves imagery within his words to paint pictures that inspire and inform. Even through daily encounters, the greatness of life speaks in the mundane. Even a small ant on a beach has meaning.

Globalism and humanity are linked to the individual good. Biblical and mythological images relate to the monotonous day by day. Epstein’s poetry asks us to face our ethical dealings, learn the art of balance in daily life, and ponder the impermanence of life as we journey from consciousness through the doorway to our soul.


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By Brion L. Morse

As stated in Brion’s introduction, these poems were written and intended as a testimonial of one man’s life for his children and grandchildren. The poems grew into something bigger; seeing the importance for as God’s word states in the Roman II, Timothy 3:16-17 all scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for the doctrine, for re-proof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness that the man of God may be perfect thoroughly furnished unto all good works.

Brion thanks his God for the inspiration he has given him on several of these poems. He thanks his daughters as workers and inspiration also. It has never been his intention to hurt anyone with his writings. If so, get over it and change your life as well.

The last poem of this book is Brion’s letter to any addict struggling to overcome a hard addictive behavior. Get and seek the help you need. Believe in the true God and please don’t victimize your family. Brion hopes these readings have been enjoyable and inspirational, but most of all, this is and was his testimonial throughout time for his children and grandchildren of who their father and grandfather was.


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By Abe Sentonnian

Poemas De Amor A Un Amor El lector puede disfrutar poesias romanticas, de inspiraciones imaginarias, y el dolor de la partida de su esposa. En sus versos se reflejan su fe cristiana y el amor hacia Dios. Todos sus poemas tienen un verdadero vivo realistico de la vida que ambos vivieron deste sus comienzos y final.

Te amo y te quiero. Te veo en los mares, Y arriba en los cielos. Tu me iluminas como la luna, Y vives siempre en mi sentimientos.

Poesia, “Te Amo Y Te Quiero”


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By George Epstein

George Epstein was a mathematician, scientist, and poet. This mixture of experiences and passions came together to form the three-part poetry collection Day, Door, Soul. It presents a progressive visual journey moving from awakening through the portal and finally to divine soul transcendence, as written by a religious man with earthly connections.

His collection is intended for those who are aware of the spiritual journey of life and for those who seek to unravel the mysteries of life through developing a deeper understanding of self. Epstein weaves imagery within his words to paint pictures that inspire and inform. Even through daily encounters, the greatness of life speaks in the mundane. Even a small ant on a beach has meaning.

Globalism and humanity are linked to the individual good. Biblical and mythological images relate to the monotonous day by day. Epstein’s poetry asks us to face our ethical dealings, learn the art of balance in daily life, and ponder the impermanence of life as we journey from consciousness through the doorway to our soul.


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By George Epstein

George Epstein was a mathematician, scientist, and poet. This mixture of experiences and passions came together to form the three-part poetry collection Day, Door, Soul. It presents a progressive visual journey moving from awakening through the portal and finally to divine soul transcendence, as written by a religious man with earthly connections.

His collection is intended for those who are aware of the spiritual journey of life and for those who seek to unravel the mysteries of life through developing a deeper understanding of self. Epstein weaves imagery within his words to paint pictures that inspire and inform. Even through daily encounters, the greatness of life speaks in the mundane. Even a small ant on a beach has meaning.

Globalism and humanity are linked to the individual good. Biblical and mythological images relate to the monotonous day by day. Epstein’s poetry asks us to face our ethical dealings, learn the art of balance in daily life, and ponder the impermanence of life as we journey from consciousness through the doorway to our soul.


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By Brion L. Morse

As stated in Brion’s introduction, these poems were written and intended as a testimonial of one man’s life for his children and grandchildren. The poems grew into something bigger; seeing the importance for as God’s word states in the Roman II, Timothy 3:16-17 all scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for the doctrine, for re-proof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness that the man of God may be perfect thoroughly furnished unto all good works.

Brion thanks his God for the inspiration he has given him on several of these poems. He thanks his daughters as workers and inspiration also. It has never been his intention to hurt anyone with his writings. If so, get over it and change your life as well.

The last poem of this book is Brion’s letter to any addict struggling to overcome a hard addictive behavior. Get and seek the help you need. Believe in the true God and please don’t victimize your family. Brion hopes these readings have been enjoyable and inspirational, but most of all, this is and was his testimonial throughout time for his children and grandchildren of who their father and grandfather was.


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By Allison Daniels
Allison Gregory Daniels has been performing in the areas of television, radio and stage for several years. She debuted her first poetry and inspirational book signing at Adelia's Restaurant in Takoma Park, Md in 1999. Allison G. Daniels is a native Washingtonian. She received her early education from the D.C. public school systems. She has been captivated by poetry virtually all of her life and has been writing poetry since age eleven.

She is the author of 10 collection of poetry books, "Revitalizing Your Spirit", "Black Man I Love You", "Yearning For Love", and "Jesus A Joy To Call My Own". Allison is also the author of one collection of inspiration, a book entitled, "Facing Tomorrow".

Over the past few years, she has authored over 1000 poems and had several published. She is also a Distinguished Member of the International Society of poets and was elected into the International Poetry Hall of Fame on March 3, 1997. Her poems have been well-published throughout the United States.

Mrs. Daniels poems were created for the purpose of healing and comforting the spirit by means of expressive art poems. These poems are used in pictorial designs and appear on T-shirts, book marks, and greeting cards. Allison enjoys sharing messages of hope and love through her poetry. She has dedicated her life to the art of poetry.

She has also donated several of her poems to the local newspapers throughout the Washington D.C. area. She envisions a progressive Christian and counseling center that will enable the youth of today and tomorrow to grow and develop spiritually and creatively.


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By Allison Daniels
Allison Gregory Daniels has been performing in the areas of television, radio and stage for several years. She debuted her first poetry and inspirational book signing at Adelia's Restaurant in Takoma Park, Md in 1999. Allison G. Daniels is a native Washingtonian. She received her early education from the D.C. public school systems. She has been captivated by poetry virtually all of her life and has been writing poetry since age eleven.

She is the author of 10 collection of poetry books, "Revitalizing Your Spirit", "Black Man I Love You", "Yearning For Love", and "Jesus A Joy To Call My Own". Allison is also the author of one collection of inspiration, a book entitled, "Facing Tomorrow".

Over the past few years, she has authored over 1000 poems and had several published. She is also a Distinguished Member of the International Society of poets and was elected into the International Poetry Hall of Fame on March 3, 1997. Her poems have been well-published throughout the United States.

Mrs. Daniels poems were created for the purpose of healing and comforting the spirit by means of expressive art poems. These poems are used in pictorial designs and appear on T-shirts, book marks, and greeting cards. Allison enjoys sharing messages of hope and love through her poetry. She has dedicated her life to the art of poetry.

She has also donated several of her poems to the local newspapers throughout the Washington D.C. area. She envisions a progressive Christian and counseling center that will enable the youth of today and tomorrow to grow and develop spiritually and creatively.


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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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