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    Theodore Enslin was born in Chester, Pennsylvania, to scholarly parents: his father was a professor of religion and his mother...

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    Children’s poet and author Malathi Michelle Iyengar grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. She earned a BA at the University...

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    Little is known about the life of poet Mary Weston Fordham. A free person of color from a relatively affluent...

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    Poet, critic, and activist Cheryl Clarke was born in Washington, DC. She earned her BA from Howard University and her...

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    More than any other Victorian writer, Tennyson has seemed the embodiment of his age, both to his contemporaries and to...

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    A poet, playwright, lawyer, and statesman, Archibald MacLeish's roots were firmly planted in both the new and the old worlds....

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    Frank O'Hara was a dynamic leader of the "New York School" of poets, a group that included John Ashbery, Barbara...

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    Prize-winning author Kenneth Koch published numerous collections of poetry, avant-garde plays, and short fiction while also serving as one of...

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    Almost forgotten in the eighteenth century, and in the nineteenth century alternately applauded for his poetry’s lyricism and condemned for...

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    Born in Kent, England, Sir Thomas Wyatt was an ambassador to France and Italy for King Henry VIII. Wyatt’s travels...

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    It has been said with some justice that the most vibrant and interesting poetry of the fifteenth and early sixteenth...

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    By Ben Fama

    Forever is the saddest word The poem's not worth it I'd like to read to you What Andy Warhol said...

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    By Sylvia Plath

    Pure? What does it mean? The tongues of hell Are dull, dull as the triple Tongues of dull, fat Cerberus Who wheezes at the...

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    By Bill Sweeney

    His last composed poem, "Over My Head," closes with the evening tide coming in as the light...

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    By Mark Halliday

    I find I am descending in a propeller plane upon Pasco in the state of Washington. I accept this; I have reasons...

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    By Ron Silliman

    Words torn, unseen, unseemly, scene some far suburb’s mall lot Summer’s theme: this year’s humid —to sweat is to know— pen squeezed too...

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    By Robert Lowell

    Nautilus Island’s hermit heiress still lives through winter in her Spartan cottage; her sheep still graze above the sea. Her son’s a bishop....

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    By Ron Padgett

    What makes us so mean? We are meaner than gorillas, the ones we like to blame our genetic aggression on. It is in...

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    By Olena Kalytiak Davis

    “i” has not found, started, finished “i’s” morning poem, the poem “i” was writing about “i” having sex with the man...

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    By Yvor Winters

    The spring has darkened with activity. The future gathers in vine, bush, and tree: Persimmon, walnut, loquat, fig, and grape,...

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