Rated: 0 times Rate It
Author: Marcus Freestone
A collection of poems about rabbits, vicars, soiled bandages, trains and horsemeat.
I write novels, stories, comedy and poems and record a lot of music. I drink tea. Sometimes, I go for a walk.
These thirteen short stories range from comedy to drama and horror, and from the mundane and everyday to the downright bizarre.
Formats: PDF, Epub, Mobipocket, TXT
This poetry book is written originally in Punjabi language (Shahmukhi) but for the benefit of international readers, the text now has been translated into Eng...
The Legendary Graduate the book of poetry by autistic poet and author, Joseph D. Smith. The book was based on his real, actual graduation ceremony in-place of...
Formats: PDF, Mobipocket, TXT
This is not a book, neither is it meant to be one.
This, is however an amalgamation paint and thoughts, to show you
what eyes cannot see and what the heart ...
'Thoughts in bloom' by Geetima Baruah Sarma is a collection of her poems published in 'The Assam Tribune'.