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Poem Today 8h
New Tumblr post: "A poem by Marcus Wicker" marcus wicker, american poetry, browsing the web
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Conor Kelly 9h
Poetry: today the poem is "Into Battle" by Michael Longley and at it is "Ode to Browsing the Web" by Marcus Wicker. ()
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Poem Today 9h
INTO BATTLE The Hampshires march into battle with bare knees. Full of shrapnel holes are the leaves on the trees. Michael Longley
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New Tumblr post: "A “dictionary poem” first published by The Asses of..." Instagram, IFTTT
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Poem Today 21h
A "dictionary poem" first published by The Asses of Parnassus. (). A simple English translation of the word might be "pants drunk". Finnish writer Miska Rantanen outlines the philosophy in his book: "Pantsdrunk: Kalsarikanni: T…
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Poem Today Nov 11
Never such innocence...
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Darran Anderson Nov 11
Thinking today, via the art of Paul Nash, of the grotesque waste of life of millions of young men from all nations in WW1 & how the hypocritical & sanctimonious forces that sent them to their deaths exist still
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Poem Today Nov 11
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Poem Today Nov 11
New Tumblr post: "A poem by Siegfried Sassoon for Armistice Day" siegfried sassoon, english poetry, world war 1, armistice day
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Poem Today Nov 11
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Poem Today Nov 11
The Cherry Trees The cherry trees bend over and are shedding On the old road where all that passed are dead, Their petals, strewing the grass as for a wedding This early May morn when there is none to wed. Edward Thomas ()
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Poem Today Nov 9
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Poem Today Nov 9
New Tumblr post: "A poem by G. K. Chesterton" g. k. chesterton, english poetry, world war 1, armistice
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Poem Today Nov 9
In Memoriam (Easter, 1915) The flowers left thick at nightfall in the wood This Eastertide call into mind the men, Now far from home, who, with their sweethearts, should Have gathered them and will do never again. Edward Thomas
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Poem Today Nov 9
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Poem Today Nov 9
Enjoy it. The weather in West Clare is wild, wet, windy and wojus!
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Poem Today Nov 9
New Tumblr post: "A poem by Matthew Olzmann" matthew olzmann, american poetry, guinness, isaac newton
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Poem Today Nov 9
Coleridge's "Dejection: An Ode" reduced to a fragmentary line while Matthew Olzmann considers the goodness of Guinness.
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Poem Today Nov 9
Fragment 8 Thicker than rain-drops on November thorn. Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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