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100 Bestselling Poetry Books of All Time
Based upon statistics collected since December 1997.

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#1 – 5 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about The Words Don’t Fit In My Mouth by Jessica Care Moore
#2 – 4 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about The Seventh Octave : The Early Writings of Saul Stacy Williams by Saul Williams
#3 – 4 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about She by Saul Williams
#4 – 2 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about Shake Loose My Skin: New and Selected Poems (Bluestreak) by Sonia Sanchez
#5 – 1 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about Where a Nickel Costs a Dime: Poems by Willie Perdomo
#6 – 1 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about Phenomenal Woman: Four Poems Celebrating Women by Maya Angelou
#7 – 1 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about Mother: A Cradle to Hold Me by Maya Angelou
#8 – 1 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about 360° A Revolution of Black Poets by Kalamu ya Salaam and Kwame Alexander
#9 – 1 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about Run Toward Fear: New Poems and a Poet’s Handbook by Haki Madhubuti
#10 – 1 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about Amazing Peace: A Christmas Poem by Maya Angelou
#11 – 1 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about Like the Singing Coming off the Drums: Love Poems (Bluestreak) by Sonia Sanchez
#12 – 1 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about Thomas and Beulah by Rita Dove
#13 – 1 Time Best Selling BookClick for more detail about Revise the Psalm: Work Celebrating the Writing of Gwendolyn Brooks by Quraysh Ali Lansana and Sandra Jackson-Opoku

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