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Jenny (jeoblivion) | 4869 comments In the weeks to come I will build a little catalogue for us - listed alphabetically by author name - of the poems that have been and will be posted every Monday.

First and foremost to find back all the great poets and poems easily and also in order to see which poems are already in our marvellous little collection in case you want to double check before posting your poem of choice.

I will link them for convenience so this project may be a bit slow, but we will get there ;)
I will close this thread for comments to keep it tidier, but of course if you have a comment or spot a mistake you can do so in the Poetry Chat.

message 2: by Jenny (last edited Apr 07, 2016 08:14PM) (new)

Jenny (jeoblivion) | 4869 comments
Authors with last names consisting of several parts are listed under the last part of the name.

Authors with stars next to their name were discussed as 'seasonal poets'. You can find a list of them with the link to the respective thread on the bottom of the poetry list.

Akhmatova, Anna ***
untitled poem from 1911
Alexis, Sherman
'The Powwow at the End of the World'
Alighieri, Dante -> see Dante
'For Mother's Day'
Angelou, Maya ***
'Still I Rise'
'Touched by an Angel'
Auden, Wyston Hugh
'Funeral Blues'
'Musée des Beaux Arts'
'Night Mail'
Bai, Juyi
'Farewell on the Ancient Grassland'
Baudelaire, Charles
Betjeman, John
'Mortality' & 'Aldershot Crematorium'
Bishop, Elizabeth
'I am in Need of Music'
Blake, William
'To Winter'
Brecht, Bertolt
'From A German War Primer'
Brontë, Charlotte
'On the Death of Anne Brontë'
Brodsky, Joseph
'The Hawk's Cry in Autumn'
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
'A Sea-Side Walk'
'Sonnet 14-If Thou Must Love Me, Let It Be For Nought'
Burns, Robert
'A Red, Red Rose
Cavafy, Constantine P.
Clarke, Gillian
'Miracle On St David's Day'
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
' Work Without Hope'
Collins, Billy
Christmas Sparrow'
'I Ask You'
'Introduction to Poetry'
'The Lanyard'
Colquhoun, Glen
'The Art of Walking Upright'
Commemorative Poems
Cope, Wendy
'The Christmas Life'
cummings, e.e.
'Dive For Dreams'
'since feeling is first'
'La Divina Commedia - Inferno - excerpt Canto I'
'La Divina Commedia - Inferno - excerpt Canto XXVI'
Davies, W.H.
'A Bright Day'
Dickinson, Emily
''After Great Pain, a Formal Feeling Comes
Donne, John
'A Nocturnal upon St. Lucy's Day'
Drinkwater, John
'Moonlit Apples'
Duffy, Carol Anne
'Mean Time'
'War Photographer'
Erdrich, Louise
Fenton, James
'In Paris with you'
Frost, Robert***
Gibran, Kahlil
'On Children'
Gray, Thomas
'On the Death of a Favourite Cat Drowned in a Tub of Goldfishes'
Hall, Donald
'The Umbrella'
Harris, Richard
'There are Too Many Saviours on My Cross'
Harrison, Tony
Heaney, Seamus ***
'The Cure at Troy' (closing chorus)
Henley, William Ernest
Herbert, George
'The Collar'
Hikmet, Nazim
'Angina Pectoris'
'The Last Bus'
Holmes, Oliver Wendell
'The Chambered Nautilus'
Holub, Miroslav
Hope, Laurence
'The Teak Forest '
Housman, Alfred Edward
'Loveliest of Trees'
'To an Athlete Dying Young'
Hughes, Langston
Hughes, Ted***
'The Horses'
James, Clive
'Holding Court'
Johnson, James Weldon
"The Gift to Sing"
Justice, Donald
"There is a gold light in certain old paintings"
Karr, Mary
'All This and More'
Keats, John
'To Autumn'
'What Can I Do to Drive Away'
Kinnel, Galway
'Saint Francis and the Sow'
Kipling, Rudyard

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L'Amour, Louis
Larkin, Philip
'Next, Please
'The Trees
Leopardi, Giacomo
Levertov, Denise ***
'The Depths'
Li, Bai
'Farewell to a Friend'
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
'The Wreck of the Hesperus'
Madeiros, Martha
'Die Slowly'
de la Mare, Thomas
'The Listeners'
Masters, Edgar Lee
'Doctor Meyers'
McDonald, Walter
'Black Wings Wheeling' & 'Moon and Trees'
Merwin, William Stanley
'For the Anniversary of My Death'
Mew, Charlotte
'I Have Been Through the Gates'
Michaels, Anne
'The Weight of Oranges'
Miłosz,Czesław ***
'Late Ripeness'
Montale, Eugenio
'Xenia I'
Morgan, Edwin
Muir, Edwin
'The Child Dying'
Nash, Ogden
'Complaint To Four Angels'
Neruda, Pablo
'Ode to Bird Watching'
'Still Another Day - XVIII'
Oliver, Mary
'The Morning'
Pastan, Linda
'Eyes Only'
'To A Daughter Leaving Home'
Pattan, Brian
Peacock, Thomas Love
'Farewell to Matilda'
Plath, Sylvia
Poe, Edgar Allan
'A Dread Within a Dream'
'The Telltale Heart'
Redel, Victoria
Rilke, Rainer Maria***
'On Hearing of a Death'
Riordan, Maurice
'The Lull'
Roberts, Michael Symmons
Robinson, Garrett Buhl
'Accomplishing The Ongoing'
Rossetti, Christina
'An Apple-Gathering'
Samson, Fiona
'Mood-Piece (after Verlaine)'
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
'Love's Philosophy'
Siken, Richard
'Snow and Dirty Rain'
Simic, Charles
Smith, Tracey K.
'Don't You Wonder, Sometime?
Spender, Stephen
Stalling, Alicia Elsbeth
'Fairy-tale Logic'
'Medea, Homesick'
Stanford, Frank
Stevenson, Robert Louis
'Winter Time'
Strand, Mark
'Lines for Winter'
Su, Shi
'Calming Wind and Waves'
Swir, Anna
'Myself and My Person'
Szymborska, Wisława
'In Praise of Feeling Bad about Yourself'
Tamil Sangam Poetry
'2 Classic Poems of Tamil Sangam Literature'
Tanikawa, Shuntarō
Tennyson, Alfred
'Nothing Will Die'
Tsvetaeva, Marina
'I Know the Truth'
Vaughan, Henry
'The Retreat'
Verlaine, Paul
'Clair de Lune'
Wilde, Oscar
'In the Gold Room: A Harmony'
Wright, Franz
Yeats, William Butler ***
'He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven'
'The Song of Wandering Aengus'
Yvette, Marie
'Nappy Hair'

message 4: by Jenny (last edited Apr 02, 2016 02:50AM) (new)

Jenny (jeoblivion) | 4869 comments Our Seasonal Poets

(click on the stars next to the author name to find the seasonal poet thread.)

we are currently reading: Ted Hughes with focus on: Crow: From the Life and Songs of the Crow *** (click on the stars to find the thread)

Our poets listed by year and season:

Winter: Rainer Maria Rilke ***
Spring: Ted Hughes with focus on: Crow: From the Life and Songs of the Crow ***

Winter: T.S. Eliot and we'll be reading The Waste Land together ***
Spring: Denise Levertov ***
Summer: Czesław Miłosz ***
Autumn: W.B. Yeats ***

Winter: Anna Akhmatova ***
Spring: Robert Frost ***
Summer: Fernando Pessoa ***
Autumn: Maya Angelou ***

Autumn: Seamus Heaney ***

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