"Poetry" Blogs & Blog Posts

People Power GrannyPeople Power Granny

Focused on baby boomers who want to leave a better world for those who foll...

 
The Centre of the WorldThe Centre of the World

A collection of photos and found items combined with literature and poetry ...

 
P.ViktorP.Viktor

A blog dedicated to writing - poetry and short stories - as well as reviewi...

 
Forbidden PoetryForbidden Poetry

Poetry blog featuring the writing of Chris Steven Young.

 
Yoga for CynicsYoga for Cynics

Possibly having something to do with yoga, writing, cynicism, music, medita...

 
A poet's BlogA poet's Blog

UK and international poet Roger N Taber shares his thoughts & poems on ...

 
Notes from a roomNotes from a room

Literary writing and quotes.

 


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by Alice Quinn Many 16th and 17th Century English poets were also musicians—perhaps chief among them Thomas Campion (1567-1620). Campion’s ayres were often pirated before he could publish them himself, and in a note introducing a selection of the...

Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd – Voltaire I wrote a poem back in 1996 about beliefs: THE NATURE OF BELIEFSThe thing about beliefs isthey don't need to be true. That's not their job. They're there becauseso many things...

by Alice Quinn Evenings of these balmy August days, while riding my bicycle, I glimpse deer stepping out from the edges of thickets—including fawns and young bucks with delicate horns. This poem by Edmund Spenser springs naturally to mind, although...

by Alice Quinn Our last selection from Samuel Daniel’s sonnet sequence, To Delia: When winter snows upon thy sable hairs, And frost of age hath nipped thy beauties near, When dark shall seem thy day that never clears, And all lies withered that was...

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By travel and sing on Aug 27, 2014 in: poetry

Filed under: children's illustration, finding norway, journeys, poetry, Uncategorized...

The Telegraph & Argus talks about last Sunday's BBC Radio 4 programme Open Book who was devoted to the moors as literary landscape:The trio discussed the sense of freedom the moors provided for the Brontë sisters, and how these authors personifi...

In her slam poem Fantastic Breasts and Where To Find Them, Brenna Twohy quickly gets to the heart of why so many people love their erotica attached to familiar fictional characters while powerfully critiquing certain types of mainstream pornography.R...