Best Poetry About Places Books
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1. Be My Moon: A Poetry Collection For Romantic Souls
Author: by Alexandra Vasiliu
Hidden inside every woman’s heart lies a moon: a unique voice of love.An untamed beauty. The light of the moon’s grace is revealed here through the magic of poetry. Be My Moon is for those romantic souls who love the moon and always strive for unconditional love and happiness in their lives.
Open your heart and fall in love with these entrancing poems. You will soon find yourself as beautiful as the Queen of Nights herself, reigning gracefully in the sky. You will discover yourself worthy of love, radiating beauty and strength.
Curl up with this magnificent poetry book and join the ravenous readers who have been captured by the magic of Be My Moon.
2. I'm Rising: Determined. Confident. Powerful.
Author: by Michelle G. Stradford
Self Love Poetry that empowers you to find the inner strength to crawl, get up, walk, fly, just never give up! Powerful and inspirational self-love poems, prose, and mantras take the reader on an emotive journey of empowerment through life’s triumphs and tribulations.
This uplifting book is more than a mere collection of poetic musings. It serves as a powerful tool of self-love and personal transformation that belongs on every fierce soul’s bookshelf-or better yet, on their nightstand for their daily dose of inspiration each time they rise.
“From the very first poem to the last one… Self-love words will empower you to find the inner strength to get up, crawl, walk, and fly; just never give up.” “I’m Rising” inspires one to tap into their infinite potential so they can overcome any obstacle that appears on their unique path.
Through heartfelt storytelling, alliterative diction, and soul-awakening themes, this empathic work instills each reader with an unwavering sense of perseverance, courage, and compassion. The collection offers poems for women and men, urging us to stretch and grow to our fullest potential.
3. the sun will rise and so will we
Author: by Jennae Cecelia
The Sun Will Rise and So Will We, is a poetry book filled with all things sunshine without ignoring the storms.Pain is real.Anxiety is real.Depression is real. Hardships in life are real. I hope when you pick up this book you feel heard and comforted.
Even if it doesn’t seem like it right now, your sun will rise once again, and I am cheering you on for that moment. What will it feel like, when your sun rises?
4. The Essential Neruda: Selected Poems (Bilingual Edition) (English and Spanish Edition)
Author: by Pablo Neruda
City Lights Publishers
This bilingual collection of Neruda’s most essential poems is indispensable. Selected by a team of poets and prominent Neruda scholars in both Chile and the U.S., this is a definitive selection that draws from the entire breadth and width of Neruda’s various styles and themes.
An impressive group of translators that includes Alistair Reid, Stephen Mitchell, Robert Hass, Stephen Kessler and Jack Hirschman, have come together to revisit or completely retranslate the poems; and a handful of previously untranslated works are included as well. This selection sets the standard for a general, high-quality introduction to Neruda’s complete oeuvre.”…
The Essential Neruda will prove to be, for most readers, the best introduction to Neruda available in English. In fact, I can think of few other books that have given me so much delight so easily. “-The Austin Chronicle”This book is a must-have for any reader interested in a definitive sampling of the most essential poems by one whom many consider one of the best poets of the 20th century.”-Mike Nobles,Tulsa World”A splendid way to begin a love affair with our Pablo or, having already succumbed to his infinite charms, revisit him passionately again and again and yet again.”-Ariel Dorfman, author of Death and the Maiden”The editors and translators know how to extract gold from a lifetime of prolific writing.
5. In My Head
Author: by J.M. Storm
“Sometimes I wonder if there are others like me. Who feel everything and everything has feeling.”In My Head, the debut release of one of Instagram’s most popular poets whose writing has been liked by millions, dives below the surface of love, loss, and life.J.M.
Storm has crafted a haunting yet hopeful poetry collection that is meant to be felt as much as it is read.
6. The Collected Poems of Langston Hughes (Vintage Classics)
Author: by Langston Hughes
The definitive sampling of a writer whose poems were at the forefront of the Harlem Renaissance and of modernism itself, and today are fundamentals of American culture (OPRAH Magazine). Here, for the first time, are all the poems that Langston Hughes published during his lifetime, arranged in the general order in which he wrote them.
Lyrical and pungent, passionate and polemical, the result is a treasure of a book, the essential collection of a poet whose words have entered our common language. The collection spans five decades, and is comprised of 868 poems (nearly 300 of which never before appeared in book form) with annotations by Arnold Rampersad and David Roessel.
Alongside such famous works as “The Negro Speaks of Rivers” and Montage of a Dream Deferred, The Collected Poems includes Hughes’s lesser-known verse for children; topical poems distributed through the Associated Negro Press; and poems such as “Goodbye Christ” that were once suppressed.
A Collection of Poems by Robert Frost (Leather-bound Classics)
Author: by Robert Frost
The early works of beloved poet Robert Frost, collected in one volume. The poetry of Robert Frost is praised for its realistic depiction of rural life in New England during the early twentieth century, as well as for its examination of social and philosophical issues.
Through the use of American idiom and free verse, Frost produced many enduring poems that remain popular with modern readers. A Collection of Poems by Robert Frost contains all the poems from his first four published collections: A Boy’s Will (1913), North of Boston (1914), Mountain Interval (1916), and New Hampshire (1923), including classics such as The Road Not Taken, Fire and Ice, and Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.
This handsome leather-bound volume is an elegant addition to every poetry lover’s shelf.
8. Do Not Wish For A Pet Ostrich!: A story book for kids ages 3-9 who love silly stories
Author: by Sarina Siebenaler
What happens when a spunky little girl wishes on a shooting star for a pet of her very own? She wishes for a pet OSTRICH, of course! Their wildly crazy and fun-filled feathery shenanigans will keep kids guessing what will happen next.
The LAUGH OUT LOUD surprise ending will bring a bad case of the giggles and will lead you to the character of book 2 – coming soon! From the Back CoverHave you ever made a magical wish upon a shooting star?
Was it for a pet ostrich? Follow the adventure and humor as a spunky child wishes for a pet ostrich of her very own. Will it be everything she hopes for or a big feathery mistake? This delightful, rhyming tale about the fastest bird in the world has a surprise ending that is sure to bring a smile.
A bonus educational section is included to help children who are already ostrich fans and those who aren’t fans yet! Humor and laughter support creativity. Giving a child a BRAIN BREAK with laughter helps with social skills and improves cognitive development.
9. In My Head Volume II
Author: by J.M. Storm
Monarch Publishing, LLC
IN MY HEAD Vol.II is the follow up to J.M. Storm’s successful debut release IN MY HEAD. Similarly, Volume II of this poetry series deals with love, loss, life, and the human condition.
10. Petals of the Moon: A Poetry Collection
Author: by C Churchill
Petals of the Moon is a collection of poems that take the reader through the journey of night.
11. On the Mesa: An Anthology of Bolinas Writing 50th Anniversary Edition
Author: by Benjamin Estes
Poetry.California Interest. Afterword by Lytle Shaw. The Song Cave presents an expanded edition of the long out of print City Lights Books classic ON THE MESA: AN ANTHOLOGY OF BOLINAS WRITING in celebration of its 50th anniversary. This is a gathering of poets, writers and artists living on or around the mesa in Bolinas, California.
Not so much a school of thought as a meeting of those who happened to be at this geographical location at this wobbly point in time, several divergent movements in American poetry (Black Mountain, San Francisco Renaissance, Beat, and New York School poets) came together with new Western and mystic elements at the unpaved crossroads of Bolinas.
Featuring work by: Gordin Bladwin, Bill Berkson, Ted Berrigan, Michael Bond, Ebbe Borregaard, Joe Brainard, Richard Brautigan, Jim Brodey, Bill Brown, Jim Carroll, Tom Clark, Robert Creeley, Max Crosley, Diane Di Prima, John Doss, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Lawrence Kearney, Joanne Kyger, Keith Lampe, Lewis Macadams, Phoebe Macadams, Duncan MC Naughton, David Meltzer, Alice Notley, Arthur Okamura, Stephen Ratcliffe, Aram Saroyan, Gailyn Saroyan, John Thorpe, Charlie Vermont, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, Joel Weishaus, and Philip Whalen.
12. Dear Midnight
Author: by Zack Grey
Wendell Berry’s Sabbath Poems are filled with spiritual longing and political extremity, memorials and celebrations, elegies and lyrics, alongside the occasional rants of the Mad Farmer, pushed to the edge yet again by his compatriots and elected officials. With the publication of this new complete edition, it has become increasingly clear that the Sabbath Poems have become the very heart of Berry’s work.
And these magnificent poems, taken as a whole for the first time in This Day, have become one of the greatest contributions ever made to American poetry.
14. The Odyssey (Penguin Clothbound Classics)
Author: by Homer
Part of Penguin’s beautiful hardback Clothbound Classics series, designed by the award-winning Coralie Bickford-Smith, these delectable and collectible editions are bound in high-quality colourful, tactile cloth with foil stamped into the design. The epic tale of Odysseus and his ten-year journey home after the Trojan War forms one of the earliest and greatest works of Western literature.
Confronted by natural and supernatural threats – shipwrecks, battles, monsters and the implacable enmity of the sea-god Poseidon – Odysseus must use his wit and native cunning if he is to reach his homeland safely and overcome the obstacles that, even there, await him.
15. P is for POOPs: A rhyming ABC children's book about POOPING animals
Author: by J. Heitsch
This is a book about POOP!Yes, POOP. It’s also about ABCs, rhymes, and animals – but it’s mostly about Poop, and making you and your loved ones laugh about POOP. Each letter stands for an animal and is accompanied by a rhyme, which are all short and stinky – much like POOP is stinky.
We hope you think this book STINKS in all the right ways. What are the right ways?I’m glad you asked! We’ve got POOPS which smell, splat, and zip, Poops that make a thunder, Poops that upset your nose and even ones without any drama!
This book is all about the unique ways animals poop. It’s fascinating, really!!! We’ve got animals from Australia, Africa, and even Madagascar! We’ve got animals from the east and animals from the west; animals from near and animals from far!
We’ve got animals which fly high in the sky and those that swim deep in the sea! We’ve even got a unicorn! Some animals are from rivers; some live in trees! Just buy the book and you – you will see; just buy the book – just buy it, please!
16. Somewhere to Follow: Poems
Author: by Paul J. Willis
Slant (June 17, 2021)
From California coastal redwoods to giant sequoias in the Sierra, from practical jokes of adolescence to unexpected epiphanies marking an academic career, the many poems in Somewhere to Follow range through the life of a poet on the lookout for what comes next.
In this his seventh volume of poetry, Paul Willis ascends the switchbacks of ordinary experience to cross paths with song-leading rangers, exhausted mothers, dirt-loving children, terrified immigrants, Arctic climbers, face-masked students, beatified counselors, rejected suitors, honest morticians, talking ferns, mourning crows, stinking fungi, vengeful rivers, raging fires, faithful brothers, the world’s largest pinecones, and an innocent pair of twin grandsons.
Also present in these pages are the Virgin Mary, Sir Philip Sidney, George Vancouver, David Douglas, John Muir, Ernest Hemingway, and the inimitable Ruth Kerr of the Kerr Canning Jar Company. Throughout this collection, one hears Willis’s unique tone: quietly observant, worldly wise and yet still full of wonder, alert to the surprises and vistas that can only be found by striking out on your own.