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W. H. Auden at the 92nd Street Y

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

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Gesundheit

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

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14 Great Poets on Their Favorite Love Poems

Nikky Finney, 2011 National Book Award Winner for Poetry. | Her acceptance speech for this award is hands down the most moving, heart-soaring, and humble acceptance speech you'll ever hear. Find it here: http://nikkyfinney.net/photos.html

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50 unseen Rudyard Kipling poems discovered

Joseph Rudyard Kipling is best known for his novels The Jungle Book, The Second Jungle Book, and Kim, and his most famous poem, "If—".

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Obituary of Edgar Allan Poe

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How to Enjoy Poetry

James Dickey - How to enjoy poetry | Brain Pickings

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If words appeared on your skin…

Would you be more careful? Great for class discussion.

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20 Poets on the Meaning of Poetry

Percy Bysshe Shelley: "Poetry is a mirror which makes beautiful that which is distorted.”

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Charles Bukowski on the Ideal Conditions and Myths of Creativity, Illustrated

Charles Bukowski. R.I.P. Author, writer, poet, screenplay writer, lover, fighter, drinker, traveler, and legend.

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You Take Your Love Where You Get It: An Interview with Kenneth Goldsmith

You Take Your Love Where You Get It: An Interview with Kenneth Goldsmith #GISSLER #interiordesign