"Poetry" Blogs & Blog Posts

The Centre of the WorldThe Centre of the World

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Daily creative prompts for writers and artists and a monthly magazine of th...

 
Georgia Angel ~A Southern Aries WomanGeorgia Angel ~A Southern Aries Woman

A blog about me, my life, my family, including photography, memes, arts &am...

 
Yoga for CynicsYoga for Cynics

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

 
Why? What Have You Heard?Why? What Have You Heard?

A little writing, a LOT of photography

 
People Power GrannyPeople Power Granny

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

 
Real Life. Real Perspectives.Real Life. Real Perspectives.

As my personal blog does now, PMW will feature a creative fusion of the hot...

 


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1. Today and tomorrow, January 25 and 26, there will be a couple of stage readings of the new play based on Branwell's last years, The Dissolution of Percy,  in Salford, Manchester:The Dissolution of PercyThe Kings Arms, Salford, ManchesterPlay-...

Dish poetry editor Alice Quinn writes: Etheridge Knight was born in Mississippi in 1931. He began writing poetry as an inmate in the Indiana State Prison during the 1960s and published his first collection, Poems from Prison, in 1968. The capsule bio...

The 1985 edition of the Charlotte Brontë poems by Victor A. Neufeldt has been translated into Japanese by Hiroshi Nakaoka ( 中岡  洋) (who has also translated previously other Brontë materials and has published several Brontë monograp...

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By The Truth About Lies on Jan 21, 2015 in: poetry

The VenereologistHow sad to see the Venereologist, with his mistress tucked carefullyunder his arm, emerging fromthe doorway of her flat –a rectangular orificeexhaling ash and smoke. The car door opens at theturning of the handle –a mechanical th...

“Old Black Lady Next Door, Walking” by Wanda Coleman (1946-2013): she walks walking walked all thru life walks restless like her people waiting to see what happens knowing it will never happen until after she’s dead old lady there are s...

“Waterbirds” by Michael Longley: for Emily Out of the huge sadness of the Iliad (I was reading Book Fifteen when you died) Waterbirds are calling—barnacle geese, Grey herons and long-necked whooper swans— Waterbirds in flight over a w...

Dish poetry editor Alice Quinn writes: Michael Longley’s The Stairwell, just published by Wake Forest Press, the premier publisher of Irish poets in America, is his thirteenth collection. He has also edited 20th Century Irish Poems and selections o...