The Confessions Of A Poet

Author: Eric Goodnight
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1304648206
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Confessions Of A Poet Laureate

Author: Charles Simic
Editor: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 159017478X
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A NEW YORK REVIEW E-BOOK ORIGINAL As former U.S. poet laureate Charles Simic has said, the secret to our identities lies not in grand events, but in the parentheses between events--and in these brief essays, we get a taste of this great poet's parenthetical observations and recollections. He takes us from his rattling house on a stormy New Hampshire night, to a park bench in Washington Square where two old men sit discussing the women they've known, to a business convention in Topeka where he reads a poem, to the vanished subterranean jazz clubs of old New York, and beyond. Part autobiographical fragment, part waking dream, these pieces are marked by Simic's characteristic wit, audacity, and awe before life's strangeness. Contents include: --Reminiscing about the Night Before --Strangers on a Train --Confessions of a Poet Laureate --The Blustering Blast --The Buster Keaton Cure --On Losing --On the Couch with Philip Roth, at the Morgue with Pol Pot

Confessions Of A Poet

Author: Laughton Osborn
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Confessions Of A Poet

Author: Robert D. Edmonson
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 9781468551129
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" CONFESSIONS OF A POET " is a story of love. In this book you will find happiness, despair, humor, sadness and maybe just a little bit of yourself; what I have learned is: THERE REALLY IS LIGHT AFTER DARKNESS AND THE HUMAN HEART, WHILE SOMETIMES FRAGILE, BEATS STRONGEST WHEN YOU DARE TO DREAM! This collection is my legacy; a gift I choose to share...finally. I open my heart, once more, to let you in.

The Confessions Of A Moral Atheist

Author: Brett Stillman
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 142572616X
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Atheism as a fulfilling and compassionate philosophy! A very accessible read, tackling difficult concepts with a straight-forward and uncomplicated narrative. Polls show that between 10-15% of Americans are not religious. Atheists are rarely considered part of mainstream America, yet most of these individuals are intelligent, compassionate, and good citizens. The Confessions of a Moral Atheist is a highly readable tour of science, history, philosophy, religion, and more, written in a manner accessible for the casual reader. The book discusses many deep-seated philosophical issues from a "naturalist" point of view, including the origin of life, morality, consciousness, freewill, and the entire path of human history. Confessions paints a unified, coherent, and satisfying view of our world from a naturalist's perspective.

Confessions Of A Poets Heart

Author: Gabriel D. Smith Jr
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1440138095
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This book is about love, hate, evny, greed and society it's a book for the people and by the people, it's a book that tells a story threw bio and poetry you would know of my journey from a child up until now, and from now till here on confessions of a poets heart shall live in your hearts forever, everyone can relate to this book, it's very optimistic it's about uplifting people and is for those who feel alone, This book is about loving one another and loving yourself. this is the first of three projects , the next book will be released 2012.

Subway Confessions Of A Poet

Author: Curtis Lyons
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557101778
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Rhyme Reason Soapbox Confessions Of A Poet

Author: Reshod Khalfani
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 149691001X
Size: 19,53 MB
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This book houses a collection of poems that gives the reader an insiders view of the moods, feelings, and thoughts that envelope the author as he bravely traverses through matters of the heart.

The Confessions Of A Shade Tree Mechanic

Author: Cj Becker
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595911307
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Roger Williams stumbles through adolescence with the aid of a few friends and his love for the automobile. At the end of college he hits the road to the West Coast in a rolled and tucked, convertible Pontiac, along route 66, over the Sierras to Berkeley for graduate school in 1963. At Berkeley he meets Ginny Wyant a Phi Beta Kappa from Boston University. In the explosive environment of Berkeley in the 60s Roger and Ginny fall in love and move in together. In revolutionary times Roger and Ginny decide to drop out and join the gypsy life. Roger becomes a shade-tree mechanic for artists, musicians, and drug dealers. The parties, the concerts, the riots, the drugs, and the attempts to create a sustainable life outside the mad house of the Vietnam War culture that Roger and Ginny participate in are legendary. After a few years Ginny decides to return to school and complete her PhD in psychology. In 1970 Roger and Ginny have a daughter. The family sustains them through the brutal 70s. By the end of the seventies the war is over, the movement for social change is dead, and the move the to the political right begins. Roger and Ginny move into the next revolution in Silicon Valley. Ginny, who has gotten her degree, gets a job at a psychiatric ward. Roger and Ginny change gender roles. Roger becomes the President of the Mother's Club, rebuilds the house they have been able to buy, and has time to sum up the utopian 60s.