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Poetry

From Haiku, to little ditties, we have poetry to suit all tastes

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Indigo Moods by Alison M Lowther


This poetry book is divided into four sections with each section addressing the different stages of the healing journey which we all go through in life. We are all in this life together. We are all endeavouring to make this world a more peaceful and pleasant realm in which to live rather than merely exist.

Journey of the Mad by Julie Stacey


This book consists of a set of contemporary poems followed by haiku, a Japanese form of poetry. They will take you on a journey to the heights of mania and depths of depression and anxiety, displaying Julie's thoughts, feelings, fears, behaviour and insights. There is still some stigma attached to mental illness and this book aims to give a mind opening experience and a grasp of the difficulties that mental illness brings.

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Fine Wine from Chipped Cups by Shirley Cawte


Shirley poetically brings us examples of dysfunctional life, and shows how the contents may not necessarily reflect the container.

Haiku from the Asylum by David Rollins 


Whilst in a mental health unit David took part in poetry sessions, and recalls his time in there through his haiku. 

The Words of my Mouth by Gabriel Eziorobo


Nigerian writer Gabriel explores the world around him in this selection of poetry.

Why I Have So Many Cats by Lisa J Rivers


Lisa has been owned by many cats and frequently has to explain how many she has and why she has them. You can read all about them in this bitter-sweet poetry book.

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