Looking for #Poetry? Ck out the #RRBC Catalog today! #RRBC_Community

NOTE:  All blurbs posted here are the work of the author and are taken directly from Amazon.  The RRBC team accepts no credit or critiques for these blurbs.

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*RWISA AUTHOR, BETTE A. STEVENS:

To learn more about Bette and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“My Maine”

My Maine: Haiku through the Seasons by [Stevens, Bette]

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*AUTHOR, MIRIAM HURDLE: 

“Songs of Heartstrings”

Songs of Heartstrings: Poems of Gratitude and Beatitude by [Hurdle, Miriam]

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*RWISA AUTHOR, NONNIE JULES:

To learn more about Nonnie and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“If Only There Was Music…”

If Only There Was Music. The Poetry of Forbidden Love by [Jules, Nonnie, Jordan, Giani]

This is a book of poetry for and about forbidden love. These poems are sexy, sensuous and hot, but most of all, they are poems of love… and the feelings they arouse in you are unbelievable! They “feel” like love songs and you will “feel” like singing, but they are only spoken words coming from your mouth, without music. If you aren’t in love before you begin reading this book, you will go seeking a love afterward.

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*AUTHOR, ROBBIE CHEADLE:

To learn more about Robbie and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“Open a New Door” 

Open a New Door by Robbie Cheadle

Open a New Door is a poetic peep into the life of the poet Robbie Cheadle, who lives in South Africa.

The book is divided into four categories: God bless Africa, God bless my family and friends, God bless me and God bless corporates and work. Each part is sub-divided into the good, the bad and the ugly of the poet’s experiences, presented in rhyming verse, free-style, haiku and tanka, in each of these categories and include colourful depictions of her thoughts and emotions.  (More on Amazon)

4 thoughts on “Looking for #Poetry? Ck out the #RRBC Catalog today! #RRBC_Community”

  1. My 5-star review of If Only there was Music by Nonnie Jules and Giani Jordan https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R3HUC0K7POV1VG
    If Only There Was Music… is a unique poetry collection that explores all aspects of forbidden love from the perspectives of each of a man and a woman involved in an elicit relationship. It also presents their combined view as the crescendo to the book.

    What I liked best about this collection, was the range of feelings and thoughts it covered; from the purest and most romantic form of love to the affiliated emotions of jealousy, loss, despair, hurt, doubt, and rage. Although I enjoyed all the poems, I related more to the poems presenting the female side of the affair.

    A few of my favourite verses illustrating this broad spectrum of emotions are as follows:

    “Promises made in the dark of night
    Promises broken in broad daylight
    I opened myself up
    Let him in
    He promised he’d never hurt me
    But he did … again.”
    From Broken Promises

    “My eyes intoxicate and lure
    The man whose heart is unsure
    If he should love again
    Yet, he trusts what he sees…
    In my eyes”
    From My Eyes

    “Yesterday my smile wasn’t here
    Yesterday I felt the greatest fear
    Yesterday that newborn wasn’t new
    But, yesterday, I didn’t have you.”
    From Yesterday, my favourite poem in this collection.

    “I ponder in awe,
    The miraculous mystery –
    The miracle of love.
    Seeing, feeling and living
    This mystery; and yet
    Unable to fully understand
    The wonder of you…”

    If you have ever been in love, are still in love, or hope to one day be in love, you should enjoy this wonderful poetic expression of love.

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