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A collection of 37 poems that invade the mind, slip into your dreams and give a taste of love, loss and the intricacies of life....

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ISBN : 13418133
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Number of Pages : 465 Pages
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  • Jacquie Talento
    2019-03-25 02:00

    Ms. Purdy really knows how to bring things out that others can’t put into words. The actions and feelings in her writing hits home for many of us but it’s the description she puts into her poetry that makes her so good. I love reading anything she has put out as she is not disappointing at all.

  • Ju$tin
    2019-04-14 04:01

    at least it was free

  • Wanda Hartzenberg
    2019-04-15 02:38

    Like I said, I dont read poetry, I simply dont like it.But these poems, some of them I did get. A long time ago a woman asked me to review her poetry book.I tried to get out of it by saying I would not know how to begin to review a poetry book.Her response... if you are alive you will understand poetry that is about the living.I took her advice reluctantly but now I can say forsure I do get her advice.Poetry is an extremely personal journey.It is not the intent of the poet but the reader that determines if a poem will or will not speak to an individual.All in all, I am really glad I picked up this collection. WaAr

  • J.T. Lewis
    2019-04-09 01:01

    The thoughts and dreams of Alexia Purdy are expressed as poetry in Whispers of Dream. It is an insightful look into the darkness and light involved in the thoughts of us all. An easy and thoughtful read, I highly recommend it to anyone that enjoys great poetry!

  • Shweta Choudhary
    2019-03-26 07:57

    Beautiful lines...Loved the whole thing...thanks for making it free today Alexia Purdy or else I wouldn't have read it...this is my favourite While I Wait…Fate, So sensitive to every move we sway.Love,So fragile to every word we say.Time,A fire that consumes the day.And hate,Swallows us in for pay.Life,Can you feel me washing away?And Death,So certain that you will stay.Hope,So compressed in the faraway.But Me,I guess I’ll be okaySeasonsYou, you’re like the rain in winter,Cold and stinging on my face,Crystalizing all this place.You, so like the desert heat,Melting me in your hands,Burning quickly, heat of sand.You are the four seasons to me,Swirling and raining down.Your hurricane, until I drown.Place your indecisive frost,Here until I’m frozen, lost.Or why don’t you fake a spring,Serenity of rarest things.You, so like all the four winds,Pulling, pushing every way,Thrashing me most every day.You, so like the dying fall,Love, a space you endlessly defile.Another leaf to join the pileLast but not the leastDevil InsideYou raped me of mortality,Infested me with lies,Seduced me with your pleasures,As sure as devils die.Sang me songs of sentiment,So vile, to me, appeal,Whispered word’s unspoken powers,You are the only real.Gave everything of me as yours,Took all of you instead,Nothing left of your life now,Like silence in your head.

  • Anne (Angel Anne Reviews) Nelson
    2019-03-21 02:41

    A time of reflection, as you read the words that are melded into this wonderful collection of poetry, written by the amazing author Alexia Purdy.Life isn’t always filled with happy times; we have our sad/bad times too. Light and dark, just like day and night… it’s our balance so to speak, and we may not understand why the dark sad times have to happen when they do. But when it all comes full circle we come to then understand why they did in fact happen. We will then grow from them all in good time.So many of us wish we had the talent to express what’s in our hearts and minds that way it is so beautifully expressed in Alexia’s collection, but we can’t.So we have been blessed in many ways by her words. I know that I have. You don’t have to be a lover of poetry, although it does helps to be able to take something – a comfort, a understanding or guidance from Alexia’s collection. If you get the chance to read “Whispers of Dreams”, please do. You will truly love it.Thank you Alexia Purdy, they are amazing.Recommend: EveryoneRating: 5/5 angel starsAngel Anne Reviews

  • Daniel
    2019-04-14 06:42

    For once, I don't believe in giving stars to poetry books, they are so personal that it's not possible to know if someone else would love those that you loved too.These poems did touch something in me, so that's why they got a 5* from me.My favourite:Releasing the MuseThis sweet inhibition,Has frozen all my time,As intensely given,Taking all that's mine.Silence, a dear, old friend,Shows all that I could be,Feeling a slight of fancy,Becoming suddenly.A touch of intensity,Ringing in my headmSpinning a tale or two,Like none I've ever read.-------------------------------------------Hope you enjoy reading the others too!

  • Laura Young
    2019-04-09 07:59

    Haunting, alluring, amazing, obsessive, spectacular. Are all words that can fit with this poem.In short poems Alexia Purdy is able to draw you into a series of poems about multiple meaning, similar meanings, all drawing you, no making you feel and breath the poem. Until you can feel, or compare a story tot he poem. If you love emotional poetry then this is something you need to read.

  • Claire Taylor
    2019-03-22 23:41

    Alexia Purdy Five Fathoms Poetic CollectionA heartfelt collection of 37 poems, which includes something for every mood. Personal favourites include Broken Wing, While I Wait, Light, Inside, Wallflower & Voices.

  • Daniel Hicks
    2019-04-10 07:35

    I Loved every word in it not one of them was bad just lovely sayings

  • Jenny Bynum Black Words-White Pages
    2019-04-01 23:35

    5*****s37 Awesome poems that will just melt your heart and make you smile! Thank you Alexia!!!

  • Doris
    2019-04-10 02:48

    Poetry is something that touches each of us differently. The author will feel and envision one thing when writing and then each and every reader after can pull something different from it that speaks to them personally.I am a HUGE fan of Alexia Purdy's work and 'Whispers of Dreams' just solidifies that. It's an enchanting collection of poetry and Alexia's feeling and thoughts are just so raw and on display. You can't help but love them.~Dowie

  • Stacey
    2019-04-06 04:46

    5.0 out of 5 stars i love poetry, June 25, 2014By stacey c. brownEdit ReviewDelete ReviewVerified Purchase(What's this?)This review is from: Whispers of Dreams (A Poetic Collection) (Kindle Edition)i love all the poetry in this book i couldn't put it down lol.. it is a fast read but it kept you into suspense to read every word of it and anticipating what came next .... it you love poetry this is a must read .... this is my amazon review

  • Ryan Snyder
    2019-03-23 23:40

    My favorites were: Memory Blitz, Questions, Time, Child, and Devil Inside. Questions and Time being my top faves. The poems were very relate-able. They were quick to read and simple, yet made me think at the same time. Very entertaining and thought- provoking. I am glad I found this free on amazon. (:

  • Maggie Chatterton
    2019-03-31 01:57

    Whispers of Dreams by Alexia Purdy is a captivating poetry collection. Each poem called to me, whispering a soft story. I couldn't pick a favorite among these works, each were stunning in their own right. But if I have to choose, I would pick Souls to be my favorite.

  • G L Meisner
    2019-03-28 00:38

    The poems themselves were often disjointed, losing the universal meaning that poems like these should have. Purdy also focused on making certain the poems rhymed and had separate lines that could be help in much of the collection which took away from what could have been a stronger poem.

  • Kayla Eklund
    2019-03-27 02:57

    I loved Whispers of Dreams. I could identify with almost all of the poems, which is odd for me because I'm not a big fan of poetry. All of the poems were definitely empowering.

  • Tanya
    2019-04-17 02:00

    Very beautiful. The emotions displayed in these poems can easily move the readers and make them smile and cry and sigh.

  • Lynne Wehrle
    2019-03-25 02:03

    So many of these I could relate to

  • Ashton Widdison
    2019-04-15 06:59

    Pretty poems. "Immobile" was my favorite!

  • Alexia Purdy
    2019-03-19 01:46