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    Federico Garcia Lorca

    The Gypsy and the Wind

    Playing her parchment moon
    Precosia comes
    along a watery path of laurels and crystal lights.
    The starless silence, fleeing
    from her rhythmic tambourine,
    falls where the...
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    Seamus Heaney obituary

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/31/arts/seamus-heaney-acclaimed-irish-poet-dies-at-74.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
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    Wallace Stevens

    GUBBINAL ...
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    RE: Sylvia Plath

    To Lady Lazarus: I have been captivated by Plath's poetry for many years and would only recommend that you try to avoid her mental health and poet husband (whom she completely eclipsed in my...
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    favorite poets, poetry...

    St. Lukes, I's sure you know many of my choices. Great question, one that has tough choices instead of answers. The poets you selected, especially, Rilke, come close to my own. Lately been...
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    Wallace Stevens

    Ariel was glad he had written his poems.
    They were of a remembered time
    Or of something seen that he liked. . . .

    It was not important that they survive.
    What mattered was that they should...
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    Philip Larkin

    THE COMPLETE POEMS

    By Philip Larkin

    Edited by Archie Burnett

    729 pp. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $40. --- {...
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    Adrienne Rich

    "Adrienne Rich, a poet of towering reputation and towering rage, whose work distinguished by an unswerving progressive vision and a dazzling, empathic ferocity brought the oppression of women and...
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    Wallace Stevens: Opus Posthumous

    http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=qztUqewMpa0C&oi=fnd&pg=PT5&dq=Wallace+Stevens&ots=HsyIzlDcn-&sig=LHwgNMlukHX4NZG5t2YPErjC9gc#v=onepage&q=Wallace%20Stevens&f=false
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    interview with W.S. Merwin

    http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/20155820?uid=3739864&uid=2&uid=4&uid=3739256&sid=47698997876947
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    W. S. Merwin

    NATIVE TREES

    By W. S. Merwin
    Neither my father nor my mother knew
    the names of the trees
    where I was born
    what is that
    I asked and my
    father and mother did not
    hear they did not...
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    Wallace Stevens walking tour...

    http://www.wesleyan.edu/wstevens/alk.html
    OF MERE BEING

    The palm at the end of the mind,
    Beyond the last thought, rises
    In the bronze distance.

    A gold-feathered bird
    Sings in the palm,...
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    some recent poetry collections... UK

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/fictionreviews/9246089/The-best-recent-poetry-May-6.html
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    poetry ...new book on the financial lives of poets...

    from the nytimes book review... http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/17/books/17maslin.html
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    "Gubbinal"

    Gubbinal

    by Wallace Stevens

    That strange flower, the sun,
    Is just what you say.
    Have it your way.

    The world is ugly,
    And the people are sad.
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    "...calamity's magnet"

    Plath was truly a genious poet; this despite her disabling depression and unfatithful husband. http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/browse/94/6#20587587 {good thread...q1}
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    five poetry reviews...

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/20/books/poems-by-bao-phi-roberto-bolano-and-simon-armitage-review.html?_r=1&ref=bookreviews --- SNG I SING, by Bao Phi. 110 pages. Coffee House. $16. --- ...
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    "Five Poets Seasoned by Life"

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/30/books/poems-by-dean-young-dorianne-laux-tom-sexton-review.html?ref=books ---- Five Poets Seasoned by Life ---- --- By DANA JENNINGS
    Published: May 29,...
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    Poll: Apparently Ovid sweeps the field; it's enough to...

    Apparently Ovid sweeps the field; it's enough to make me reconsider predestination.
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    Cesar Vallejo

    Paris, October 1936

    (translated from the Spanish by Daniel Bosch)

    I alone leave all this behind.
    I leave this bench, I leave my pants,
    the things I’ve done, my “big chance,”
    my number...
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    T.S. Eliot

    La Figlia che Piange

    O quam te memorem virgo ...

    Stand on the highest pavement of the stair—
    Lean on a garden urn—
    Weave, weave the sunlight in your hair—
    Clasp your flowers to you with...
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    H. D.

    Eurydice
    By H. D. (1886–1961)
    I


    So you have swept me back,
    I who could have walked with the live souls
    above the earth,
    I who could have slept among the live flowers
    at last;
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    Elizabeth Bishop

    THE MAN-MOTH Here, above,
    cracks in the buildings are filled with battered moonlight.
    The whole shadow of Man is only...
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    Poll: I'm with JBI... recount! Ovid lived 21...

    I'm with JBI... recount! Ovid lived 21 centuries ago.
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    Constantine P. Cavafy

    WAITING FOR THE BARBARIANS

    (Translated By Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard)

    What are we waiting for, assembled in the forum?


    The barbarians are due here today.
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