There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site

    Gathering the Poems Together: A Conversation with Gregory Orr

  • Lindsay EF

    myths quote

  • Soul Flares

    As an educator, lover of poems, and human being who appreciates truth, I recommend listening or reading this story.

Related Pins

W. H. Auden at the Poetry Center, 1966. Photo: Diane Dorr-Dorynek, courtesy of 92Y Unterberg Poetry Center

D.H. Lawrence, by Maria Hubrecht, chalk, 1920-192. National Portrait Gallery

Rumi - The Eastern brother to the American Transcendentalists (Thoreau, Emerson, Whitman)

How to Enjoy Poetry by Maria Popova “Poetry makes possible the deepest kind of personal possession of the world.”

"It is both by poetry and through poetry, by music and through music, that the soul dimly descries the splendours beyond the tomb; and when an exquisite poem brings tears to our eyes, those tears are not a proof of overabundant joy: they bear witness rather to an impatient melancholy, a clamant demand by our nerves, our nature, exiled in imperfection, which would fain enter into immediate possession, while still on this earth, of a revealed paradise.”-Baudelaire

April is National Poetry month. Come check out the poetry display in the Library Lobby done by Librarian, Judith Alsdorf, featuring Lynn’s own poet, Yanatha Desouvre.

Bohemian-Austrian poet Ranier Maria Rilke is considered one of the most significant poets in the German language and contributed greatly to French poetry as well. His best known works are Duino Elegies, Letters to a Young Poet and the semi-autobiographical The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge, his only novel. Rilke wrote in both verse and lyrical prose. he died of leukemia in 1923 at age 51

"Howl" is a poem written by Allen Ginsberg in 1955 and published as part of his 1956 collection of poetry titled Howl and Other Poems. The poem is considered to be one of the great works of the Beat Generation, along with Jack Kerouac’s On the Road (1957) and William S. Burroughs’s Naked Lunch (1959).

Robert Frost revealed in his letters | Harvard Magazine Jan-Feb 2014. "After all, once the legend of the benevolent Frost melted away under the harsh light of biography, or 'pathography,' all that remained to keep the interest of posterity was Frost the artist."

Addonizio, Kim. What Is This Thing Called Love. New York, NY: W.W. Norton, 2004.