Out And About

Author: Shirley Hughes
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Selected Poems Of Langston Hughes

Author: Langston Hughes
Editor: Vintage
ISBN: 0307949400
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With the publication of his first book of poems, The Weary Blues, in 1926, Langston Hughes electrified readers and launched a renaissance in black writing in America. The poems Hughes wrote celebrated the experience of invisible men and women: of slaves who "rushed the boots of Washington"; of musicians on Lenox Avenue; of the poor and the lovesick; of losers in "the raffle of night." They conveyed that experience in a voice that blended the spoken with the sung, that turned poetic lines into the phrases of jazz and blues, and that ripped through the curtain separating high from popular culture. They spanned the range from the lyric to the polemic, ringing out "wonder and pain and terror-- and the marrow of the bone of life." The poems in this collection were chosen by Hughes himself shortly before his death in 1967 and represent work from his entire career, including "The Negro Speaks of Rivers," "The Weary Blues," "Still Here," "Song for a Dark Girl," "Montage of a Dream Deferred," and "Refugee in America." It gives us a poet of extraordinary range, directness, and stylistic virtuosity. From the Trade Paperback edition.

A Child S First Book Of Poems

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Editor: Golden Books
ISBN: 9780307158123
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An illustrated collection of short poems on animals and other subjects by such authors as Aileen Fisher, Eleanor Farjeon, Christina Rossetti, and Robert Louis Stevenson.

The First Four Books Of Poems

Author: William Stanley Merwin
Editor: Copper Canyon Press
ISBN: 155659139X
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Reintroduces the out-of-print works of one of this century's greatest American poets.

Here S A Little Poem

Author: Jane Yolen
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ISBN: 9781844287536
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An illustrated first book of poetry, 'Here's a Little Poem' contains over 60 verses from noted English and American authors, including Wendy Cope, Roger McGough, John Agard and Grace Nichols.

A First Book Of Poems

Author: Richard M Low
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1105643743
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Poetry Of Love Hope

Author: Alex Montez
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781452052564
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There is an old expression which states, “write what you know”. That is exactly what this young, new author has done. In his first book, Poems of a Wounded Heart, Alex used his own pain and heart ache he experienced on his road to find true love as his muse. Alex is now in a loving, committed relationship and now his heart sings with joy and happiness. His newest book, Poetry of Love & Hope was born from his new found love and outlook on life. Alex believes we were put on this earth through the love of God and that giving and receiving love is what all humanity has in common. Love is the one thing no one should live without.

Poems Out Loud

Author: Ladybird
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 024137071X
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From rockets to mermaids and everything in between, there's something for everyone in this diverse and contemporary collection. Perfect for young children aged 4+ who are approaching poetry for the very first time, these poems can be performed out loud, shared with others or simply read in your head. Featuring award-winning poets, brand new voices, hip-hop artists and spoken-word performers, this is a wonderfully fresh, diverse and relevant new anthology that will get children laughing, thinking, sharing and performing! With gorgeous illustrations by Laurie Stansfield, and an accompanying CD that features performances from the poets themselves.

Poems New And Selected

Author: James Laughlin
Editor: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 9780811213752
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A collection of two hundred poems reflects on such topics as love, aging, children, writing, and travel

The Mooring Of Starting Out

Author: John Ashbery
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0880015470
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Most critics would agree that John Ashbery is one of 20th-century American poetry's finest voices. Perhaps his most admired book is Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror, a culmination of themes, styles, and forms with which the poet experimented over the course of two decades. Now, the poet's devoted readers can trace his development through the first five books of his poetry, collected here in one handy volume. The Mooring of Starting Out represents Ashbery's work from 1956 through 1972, comprising Some Trees, his first book; The Tennis Court Oath, written while he was living in Paris.

Swan

Author: Mary Oliver
Editor: Beacon Press
ISBN: 0807069019
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Widely regarded as the "rock star" of American poetry, Mary Oliver is a writer whose words have long had the power to move countless readers. Regularly topping the national poetry best-seller list and drawing thousands to her sold-out readings across the coutnry, Oliver is unparalleled in her impact. As noted in the Los Angeles Times, so many "go to her for solace, regeneration and inspiration" that it is not surprising Vice President Joe Biden chose to read one of her poems during the 9/11 remembrance at Ground Zero. Few poets express the complexities of human experience as skillfully as Mary Oliver. This volume, Oliver's twenty-first book of poetry, contains all new poems on her classic themes. Here, readers will find the deep spiritual sustenance that imbues her writing on nature, love, mortality, and grief. As always, Oliver is an accomplished guide to the rarest and most exquisite insights of the natural world. Ranking "among the finest poets the English language has ever produced," according to the Weekly Standard, Oliver offers us lyrics of great depth and beauty that continue her lifelong work of loving the world.

American Yiddish Poetry

Author: Barbara Harshav
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ISBN: 0520328523
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This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press's mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1986.

On And Off The Road

Author: Bill Chatfield
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ISBN: 9781735269801
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On and Off the Road: Poems of New Hampshire is a poetry anthology with 48 poems in a variety of styles by poets throughout New England and a few other states. Poem topics are about New Hampshire - past, present, future, and fantasy. This is the first book published by Peterborough Poetry Project. Authors range from the Presidents of the New England Poetry Club and the Poetry Society of NH to unpublished poets. Enjoy the imagery! Order from https://www.peterboroughpoetryproject.org

The Magazine Of Poetry

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First Four Books Of Poems

Author: Louise Gluck
Editor: Ecco
ISBN: 9780880014212
File Size: 69,37 MB
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Places Everyone

Author: Jim Daniels
Editor: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299103545
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Jim Daniels, in his first book of poems, draws upon his experiences in living and working in his native Detroit to present a start, realistic picture of urban, blue-collar life. Daniels, his brothers, his father, and his grandfather have all worked in the auto industry, and that background seeps into nearly all these poems. The first of the book’s three sections sketches out this background, then moves into a neighborhood full of people whose lives are so linked to the ups and downs of the auto industry that they have to struggle to find their own lives; in "Still Lives in Detroit, #2," Daniels writes, "There’s a man in this picture. / No one can find him." The second section contains the "Digger" poems, a series on the lives of a Detroit auto worker and his family which tries to capture the effects of the work on life outside the factory. Here, we listen to Digger think, dream, wander on psychological journeys while he moves through his routines, shoveling the snow, mowing the lawn, and so forth. In section three, the poems move into the workplace, whether that be a liquor store, a hamburger joint, or a factory. These poems, sometimes dark, sometimes humorous, concentrate on the efforts of workers to rise above the often depressing work of blue-collar or minimum-wage jobs, to salvage some pride and dignity. The poems in this book try to give a voice to those who are often shut out of poetry. They are important. These lives are important, and the poems, more than anything, say that.

Out Of The Basement A Book Of Poetry From Above The Floorboards

Author: Christina Roskovich
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ISBN: 9781710276527
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Out of the Basement: A Book of Poetry from Above the Floorboards is a collection of poems related to the author's experiences. These themes involve being kept in a basement, homelessness and death of a parent, a son and other family members. Additional subject matter involves becoming a mother, regret, hope, love and longing. Christina Roskovich is a child abuse survivor, domestic abuse survivor and much more. She is also a mother, daughter, sister, unpaid laundress, writer, adventurer and lover of life. As a writer of poetry for twenty years, her work was published in regional literary magazines and reviewed by a national magazine in the past. This is her first book, a culmination of many years of work. She currently resides in the Washington D.C. metro area and works in the non-profit field.

Piece Of Poetry

Author: Raviraj Mishra
Editor: Raviraj Mishra
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We were introduced to poetry right from a young age. We were made to sing and recite poetry in groups. The rhyming words somehow would bring a sense of enjoyment, and they won’t leave our mind even with the passing days. Poetry holds magic. A magic to change the moment and bring out the joyous hidden self. We all in some point or another had come across a poetry that either taught us the unlearned or brought back a memory or just a smile. Piece of poetry is an effort to share some thoughts through prose. Each poetry was written with a story in mind, willing to be talked about. The thoughts that didn’t need sophisticated words, but they were craving for rhythm. The idea was to point out some of the feelings and emotions that were desperate to be shared. Some untold words, a certain perspective that was always doubted by self and others. Piece of poetry is an honest attempt to format these feelings into a song, hoping that it would stick with everyone who decided to read it.

The Poetess Counts To 100 And Bows Out

Author: Ana Enriqueta Terán
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9781400825202
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Ana Enriqueta Terán is arguably Venezuela's finest poet. Celebrated throughout the Spanish-speaking world, she is almost unknown among anglophones. Until now only a handful of her poems have been translated into English, giving at best a diluted impression of a uniquely intense imagination. This bilingual edition reveals the power and beauty of this poet's Spanish poems through English versions of corresponding force. It invites readers to enter Terán's world--a world at once strongly Venezuelan and universally human, imbued with great beauty, sardonic humor, pitiless compassion, lucid wisdom, and joyful affirmation. Selected from several volumes of Terán's work, these poems span half a century of composition and show an extraordinary range in both form and substance. Some are written in closed forms, some in free verse. Some are carefully evocative representations of the landscapes and cityscapes that have nourished the poet's intelligence and imagination. Others are dramatic character studies. All are infused with Terán's rare sensibility and realized through language that manages to be at once graceful, urgent, and explosive. This volume is a treasure for all lovers of poetry. Deal Struck with Happiness ? How much sweetness to make right the night and this clutch of anemones near thin smooth consoling stones, stones havens of southern weather. Of a woman who watches Cepheids quaver among lightbursting mangroves. Of a woman who offers cats-eyes and clematis only, Islands, for the sake of setting right her deal struck with happiness.