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Poem Today 12h
New Tumblr post: "A poem by Elizabeth Jennings" elizabeth jennings, english poetry, one flesh, marriage
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Poem Today 14h
From a polished pebble to a heart-breaking question...
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Poem Today 14h
Lemon The grated lemon rind bitters the oil it steeps in. A wanted flavor. Like the moment in love when one lover knows the other could do anything now wanted, yet does not. Jane Hirshfield
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Poem Today Jan 19
New Tumblr post: "This translation of “Pointe de Flamme” by Jules..." Instagram, IFTTT
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Poem Today Jan 19
This translation of "Pointe de Flamme" by Jules Supervielle was first published in The Honest Ulsterman (Issue 105; Spring 1998).
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Poem Today Jan 19
Catullus V The sun may set and rise, But we, contrariwise, Sleep, after our short light, One everlasting night. Sir Walter Raleigh
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Poem Today Jan 19
New Tumblr post: "A poem by Joy Harjo" joy harjo, american poetry, eagle, eagle poem
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Poem Today Jan 19
More short poems by A. M. Juster are available on the Brief Poems blog:-
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Conor Kelly Jan 19
Poetry: today the poem is My Love has Departed, ananonymous poem from the Chippewa translated by Frances Densmore and at it is Eagle Poem by Joy Harjo ()
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Poem Today Jan 18
My Love Has Departed A loon, I thought it was. But it was My love’s Splashing oar. Anonymous From the Chippewa translated by Frances Densmore
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Poem Today Jan 18
Hey Sophie Verina Jessup(), thank you for following me
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Poem Today Jan 18
New Tumblr post: "A poem by Mary Oliver (RIP)" mary oliver, american poetry, death
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Poem Today Jan 18
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Poem Today Jan 18
The Uses of Sorrow (In my sleep I dreamed this poem) Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this, too, was a gift. Mary Oliver RIP
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Poem Today Jan 17
From the ancient Greek city of Sardis to the Black Country in England...
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Poem Today Jan 17
Life is the fool of hope, till one last morning Sweeps all our schemes away, without a warning. Julius Polyaenus (1st century A. D.) translated by Hugh Macnaghten
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Poem Today Jan 16
New Tumblr post: "A poem by Liz Berry" liz berry, black country, english poetry, motherhood, forward prize
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Aaron Poochigian Jan 14
My father passed away this time last year. I miss him.
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Poem Today Jan 16
New Tumblr post: "A poem by Andrew McNeillie" andrew mcneillie, english poetry
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Poem Today Jan 16
Andrew McNeillie.
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