In: Poetry

one flesh elizabeth jennings poem analysis
One Flesh by Elizabeth Jennings: Poem Analysis
June 22, 2020

One Flesh is a beautifully written poem by Elizabeth Jennings. In this poem, the speaker observes the reality of romance and…

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Wilfred Owen: Strange Meeting Poem Analysis
June 22, 2020

People in ancient and modern times alike have appreciated poetry due to its ability to capture the human condition. Poetry pushes…

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Tips For Reading Poetry Aloud
February 27, 2020

Reading poetry is also an art which is as much difficult as writing one. There are many out there who are…

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Poetry Workshop: Parallel Poetry
May 1, 2018

3 In the mountains it’s cold. Always been cold, not just this year. Jagged scarps forever snowed in Woods in the…

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Feature – A Night at the Green Mill
April 25, 2018

A Poetry Night at the Green Mill With host Marc Smith (pictured above) and featured poet Taylor Mali of NYC (pictured…

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Regie Gibson Live at the Healy’s West Side
September 25, 2017

Regie Gibson, a winner of the 1998 National Slam Competition, was edged out for a second place finish in 1999’s competition….

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Poet Activism
May 20, 2017

On February 12th, 2003, poets in Chicago, Illinois and other localities gathered in protest of what appears to be an inevitable…

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Quraysh Ali Lansana
September 18, 2016

Quraysh Ali Lansana is the author of They Shall Run–Harriet Tubman Poems (Third World Press, April 2004) and the poetry collection…

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Poetry Workshop: The Triolet Form
September 14, 2016

PoetryPoetry Workshop Triolet (pronounced tree o lay), a short French form. The greatest difficulty in writing an interesting triolet is…

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Ted Kooser
August 22, 2016

Photo credit: Kathleen Rutledge   We are honored to present a very special poetrypoetry feature in which Ted Kooser, Poet Laureate…

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