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The man who fathered e.e. cummings

To read e.e. cumming’s complete poem, please click here. The link will take you to Poets.org and their deliciously-fed poetry archives. Happy father’s day. Related articles may i feel said he by e.e. cummings (lunainthecity.wordpress.com) ’13′ by E.E. Cummings (thesewordsiwrite2012.wordpress.com) I Carry Your Heart With Me by E.E.Cummings – Poetry Reading (euzicasa.wordpress.com) Poetry Day: E.E. […]

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Bent like Beckett

#1 – The old questions, the old answers… #2 – If age but knew! #3 – Yesterday! What does that mean? Three excerpts from Endgame & Act without Words I Samuel Becket Read Bogotá, 2009 Related articles An Incisive Remark About Samuel Beckett (thoughtsatintervals.com) Samuel Beckett manuscript offers ‘intimate’ look into his mind (guardian.co.uk) Fragments (lacriticanyc.com)

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The world’s best ‘Give me a break’ poem

What She Said, Horoscopes for the Dead, Billy Collins. Read Houston Airport, April 2013. Related articles The Trouble with Poetry and other poems, Billy Collins (booksjadore.wordpress.com) Poetry Friday: “The Lanyard” by Billy Collins (usedbooksinclass.com) Of Rejections and Successes (dadpoet.wordpress.com) Everyday Moments Caught in Time: Billy Collins’ Poetry (goodbookscents.wordpress.com) Poems in motion: Billy Collins at TED2012 […]

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The sound of boiling eggs

St. Augustine heard the words Tolle, lege (latin for “take up and read”) spoken by a childlike voice. He understood them as a divine calling to read the Bible, which he did and then immediately converted to Christianity. To view the poem as published in The Southern Poetry Review, click here.

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