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Poem Guide
Wallace Stevens: “The Emperor of Ice-Cream”
The chilly heart of a whimsical poem
By Austin Allen

Poem Sampler
The Poetry of World War I
From poems written in the trenches to elegies for the dead, these poems commemorate the Great War.
By The Editors

Poem Sampler
World War I Poets
From Apollinaire to Rilke, and from Brooke to Sassoon: a sampling of war poets
By The Editors

The Natural
How Gary Snyder continues to surprise.
By Stefan Beck

Lightning and Lullabies
Dylan Thomas was not only a young genius but a genius of youth.
By Austin Allen

Meena Alexander on writing, postcolonialism, and why she never joined the circus.
By Jeannie Vanasco

'It's Cooking'
The work behind Frank O’Hara’s seemingly light Lunch Poems, now 50 years old.
By Callie Siskel

Prose from Poetry Magazine
Two Gents
The Hotel Oneira by August Kleinzahler and Ask Me: 100 Essential Poems by William Stafford
By William Logan

Prose from Poetry Magazine
What Is Color in Poetry
Or Is It the Wild Wind in the Space of the Word
By Dorothea Lasky

Prose from Poetry Magazine
The Day Lou Reed Set Me Free
By Tony Fitzpatrick

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