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    Nationally acclaimed poet Gerald Stern reads from his works as part of Wordsmiths Reading Series in Newtown

    This Time: New and Selected Poems | Gerald Stern.

    Selected Poems: Osip Mandelstam

    Poet Gerald Stern

    Stolen Air: Selected Poems of Osip Mandelstam, trans. Christian Wiman (Ecco Press)

    W. S. Auden. If I Could Tell You -- Time will say nothing but I told you so,/ Time only knows the price we have to pay;/ If I could tell you I would let you know.// If we should weep when clowns put on their show,/ If we should stumble when musicians play,/ Time will say nothing but I told you so.// [...] click through to complete poem: www.tfl.gov.uk/... photo by Carl Van Vechten,1939.

    Swinburne’s Poems, cover

    "But to poetry—You have to be willing to waste time. When you start a poem, stay with it and suffer through it and just think about nothing, not even the poem. Just be there. It's more of a prayerful state than writing the novels is. A lot of the novel is in doing good works, as it were, not praying." Robert Penn Warren, uncredited photo

    Collected Poems by Federico Garcia Lorca

    11 Videos Of Seamus Heaney Reading His Poems Aloud 13 April 1939 Co. Derry, Northern Ireland Died 30 August 2013 (aged 74) Dublin, Ireland Occupation Poet, playwright, translator Nationality

    The Trouble with Poetry and Other Poems, Billy Collins

    Seamus Heaney

    my vocabulary did this to me: The Collected Poems of Jack Spicer

    Wislawa Szymborska

    Sharon Olds, poet

    Yet another Plath kids' book! The Bed Book: Sylvia Plath's Poems for Kids, Illustrated by Quentin Blake | Brain Pickings

    "36 Life Changing Poems Everyone Should Read." Buzzfeed, ya done good.

    book cover by Joe Del Gaudio (1968)

    H.D.H.D. (born Hilda Doolittle; September 10, 1886 – September 27, 1961) was an American poet, novelist and memoirist known for her association with the early 20th century avant-garde Imagist group of poets such as Ezra Pound and Richard Aldington.

    Anne Sexton, photographed by Rollie McKenna, 1961.

    Wislawa Szymborska.Considerada a “Mozart da poesia”, a escrita era conhecida pelo uso de fábulas, anedotas e metáforas prolongadas, muitas vezes temperadas com ironia e humor amargo. Sua reputação e premiação se baseiam em um conjunto de trabalhos relativamente reduzido, com menos de 350 poemas. Perguntada sobre o motivo de tão poucos de seus escritos terem sido publicados, a autora, que faleceu em 2012, respondeu certa vez: “eu tenho uma lata de lixo em minha casa”.Ano da premiação1996