(9/5/2012 1:06:00 AM)
I think poems of this day can make it, we're in future before future but we lie in future before, thats past...lets try to lift up modern days also.
Ive had recent 2 to share, i send my scripts for free if you need.
Read my recent poems and i'll be well reserved to publish part 2, MESSAGE LIVES ON and this.
Message lives on is the cont. Of where the messenger was killed....at the end the messengers and slaves are freed.THE MESSAGE THE MESSENGER LEFT IS POWERFUL.
Alan W. Jankowski
(9/3/2012 4:20:00 PM)
" I Often Wonder: a collection of poetry and prose by Alan W. Jankowski" is now available from Inner Child Press. The book contains 78 poems, including " We Shall Never Forget (9-11 Tribute) " which was used extensively in 9/11 ceremonies during the tenth anniversary of this tragic event...
There are also a number of previously unpublished poems available for the first time in this volume.
Included are 4 short stories, including the award winning story " The Birthday Party" which was published in an anthology earlier this year that included such names as former U.S. Poet Laureate Rita Dove, and Pushcart winner Ralph Angel.
Also included is the popular short story " Sexual Healing" which quite a bit has been said about, including " Author Alan Jankowski's story “Sexual Healing” was an unexpected delight. As a relationship coach, I appreciated how Alan illustrated the romantic insights and inspirations with such clarity and depth of emotion throughout the story.
It was an excellent reminder of how important it is to shower our spouses with every morsel of our love and to " get creative" when it comes to romance. It confirms what I always advise, " Life Can Be a Honeymoon! Let’s Start NOW! " ...Sara McGoodwin, Chief Executive Romance Goddess and Romance Author, Romantic Ideas Online http://www.romantic-ideas-online.com/
The book is available now on Amazon.com...
Syafiqa Syaqireen Azmi
(9/2/2012 4:17:00 AM)
I published a poem titled " Life"
Check it out and comment.
Life, let it drift into the midsummer seas.
A meaningless, endless torture of the thy soul, blessed be.
Diverged in paths no man wished to foresee.
A sorrowful life awaits thee.
To read more go to the link below.
(9/1/2012 2:05:00 AM)
To anyone who reads this;
I write what are called 'Conceptual Novelties', which encompasses both collections of my political lyric poetry, but also articles that uncover my research in what is REALLY going on in the world - and who the true Rulers of the World are.
My latest - Holy of Unholier Hellhoods - Goes deeper and farther down the rabbit hole than previous novelties. Anyone here interested in hearing about it can contact me here to find out how you can check it out. It's only about a 20minute read and is promised to change the way you see the world ever again.
(8/28/2012 2:24:00 PM)
I recently published my book as an ebook, here's the link for anyone interested:
For those looking to preview my work, some poems are on my page. The price is only $1.99 and you recieve it immeadietly.
(8/23/2012 5:08:00 AM)
Hello there! How are you today?
Let me inform you that my work " Aestas, or Poems of Walter Daniel" has been updated. This is the 36th updat for the year.
(8/19/2012 8:03:00 AM)
Some of my poems have been given " best poems in the school" award. I will submit them soon. My poem " a gnome" and " lonely dog" are also given awards.
(8/13/2012 12:13:00 AM)
My first book of poetry 'A Part of Me vol.1 and my newly published 'If I Had A Son' vol.2 can be purchased at Amazon.com. Thank you for supporting 'the little guy'. Anything, whether big or small has to start somewhere!
(8/1/2012 8:23:00 PM)
Both of my books " A Part of Me vol.1 and If I Had A Son vol.2 can be purchased at Amazon.com. I appreciate you in advance. Thank you so much! !
(7/28/2012 6:29:00 AM)
Hello there! How are you today?
Let me inform you that my work " Aestas, or Poems of Walter Daniel" has been updated. This is the 32nd updat for the year.
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