B.F. Mitchell the author of "Respect" once again delivers a new book "Poetic Injustice" which directly challenges the criminal justice system with insightful poetry from surviving 24 years of incarceration, race relations, love, culture and the difficulties of bearing witness in the face of unrelenting abuse. As the title suggests, this volume contends with the injustice through poetry, while searching for and finding spiritual fulfillment and especially guidance for at risk youths.
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Author: B. F. Mitchell
Various works of poetry about life in the wilds of Alaska, seen through the eyes of one who lives there and partakes of what the wilderness has to offer.
National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication Data Whitman, Jackson S. Poetic injustice : ramblings from Alaska Poems. ISBN 1-55369-060-5 l. Alaska--Poetry. 2. Wilderness areas—Alaska--Poetry. I. Title. PS3623.
Author: Jackson S. Whitman
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Tess deCarlo. Poetic Injustice POEM's of despair.... 13 tess de'Carlo.
Author: Tess deCarlo
Never in my life did I ever contemplate composing a book of Poetry so I didn't and my apologies to those of you out there who thought I would dare categorize it as such when comparing it to the classics. For some unknown reason during the past two years, there has been an avalanche of rhymes materialising in my head on a daily and sometimes even an hourly basis. Everything that my eyes dropped on to or what somebody might have happened to mention in passing was automatically filtered into the verse as opposed to the voice box or voice-versa and summarily twisted and turned into a rhyming subject. Silly ,serious or just amusing, most were given an added ingredient of poignancy or irony that may have directly related to the complex world we live in. Flowing with the phenomonom, my thoughts seemed to urge me into re- producing other experiences that may have been lying dormant somewhere in the back of my mind since my first tangible recollections of life and the initial flexing of brain muscle back at the school of learning right up to the present moment. The anecdotes are again observations and stories picked up and stored over many, many years and embellished to produce an occasional break from rhyme reading. The Human Race warms to laughter and happiness in a serious, demanding enviroment and hopefully this book will bring some small ray of sunshine into your life to provide a welcome break from the daily grind. This is an enigmatic look at that life so to speak and like a drink, I trust you will enjoy it responsibly.
... my mates said that flying was great It was more of a dare that came more of a scare How they'd laugh seeing me in this state FLORRIBUNDER There Was an old gardener called Moses Who used. Poetic Injustice é' Lafi'ing Aside PLANE SAILING.
Author: Slater Kworrie
K. Korsakov. A DOZEN sciency fictitious SHORT STORIES OT) POETIC INJUSTICE A DOZEN sciency fictitious SHORT STORIES on POETIC INJUSTICE by. Front Cover.
Author: K. Korsakov
This is a revised version of the book which was privately published by the author in 1982. At the time, the book was widely welcomed by Shakespearean scholars as a trenchant, scholarly and highly orginal contribution to the field of Shakespearean studies. The book's argument is that a full response to Shakespearean tragedy has to take account of the fate of the victims as well as of the tragic heroesl and this thesis is illustrated and developed by a consideration of Lavinia, Lucrece and the children in Richard III, Macbeth and King John; and to the thee principal Shakespearean tragic victims, Ophelia, Desemona and Cordelia.
This is a revised version of the book which was privately published by the author in 1982.
Author: R.S. White
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Literary Criticism
Author: Paul Mountainman
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Poetic Injustice is a splendid collection of the best poems ever to escape my mind, heart, and soul. These are poems varying from every aspect of life, love, and death-poems that will make you weep, laugh, or just think about the things that happen around you every day. This collection is sure to have an effect upon any who read it, so prepare yourself to step into my life and the consequences thereof. Prepare yourself for my Poetic Injustice.
This collection is sure to have an effect upon any who read it, so prepare yourself to step into my life and the consequences thereof. Prepare yourself for my Poetic Injustice.
Author: Cliff R. Lowe
Publisher: Publishamerica Incorporated
This inspired combination of humorous and poignant poems portrays the joys and sorrows of ordinary people in everyday life, and is of universal appeal. From fond memories of friends, family and holidays, appealing accounts of the antics of much-loved pets, an appreciation of new life and the dawn of a new day, to the severe sense of loss at the death of a loved one; these poems strike a chord in all our hearts. They emphasise the importance of the most basic of human needs: family loyalties, respect, love, concern and appreciation of our many blessings.
This inspired combination of humorous and poignant poems portrays the joys and sorrows of ordinary people in everyday life, and is of universal appeal.
Author: Jane Owen