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Exploration of the haiku-based poetic form, known as American Sentences, created by Allen Ginsberg. Offers interviews, essays, resources and examples.
|Appeal of James Whitcomb Riley, The|
Explores Riley's impact on American society and the 19th century literary world. Icludes original manuscripts of poetry, first editions of printed works, photographs, correspondence, memorabilia, art work, music.
Many of Rimbaud's poems in French and English, letters and other documents, biographies and albums of Rimbaud and Verlaine.
|Byron: A Comprehensive Study of His Life and Work|
Biography; timeline of his life and work; portraits of him, his friends, and his family; selections from his works; information on his wife, Anne Isabella Milbanke, and his lover, Lady Carolyn Lamb.
Includes profiles of and poetry samples from Canadian poets, a random poem generator, links to poetry magazines, Canadian poetry presses, poetry readings and events, literary awards and grants, poetry courses, literary contests.
|Funeral Poem, The|
Original and historic poetry verses for funeral, memorial service readings and programs.
|Garment Worker's Legacy|
The Joe Fishstein collection of Yiddish poetry at McGill University. Contains a catalog of the collection and a thematically organized exhibit dealing with the life and passions of Mr. Fishstein.
Ancient Mesopotamia's most important literary product. Includes text with a recording of it being read, animated pictures, and music.
Contains biographical information on the poet, a few translations, and poems from, The Optimist (Ohio University Press, 2004), named a 2004 Big Ten Pick by ForeWord Magazine.
Biographical sketches of famous poets discussing their work in context. Read about Byron, Shelley, Poe, Rossetti, Dickinson, Wilde, Thomas, and Plath.
Beautiful poems from famous and amateur poets. Read the best poems about family, friendship and birthday. Searchable database. Site users may submit poems.
Audio files of English-language poets reading their own work.
|Poetry in Translation|
A.S. Kline's original poetry and translations of historically important poets, for browsing or download in several different formats.
|Poetry International Web|
Worldwide forum for poetry. Poems, news, reviews, essays, interviews and discussion.
For poetry fans, students, writers and teachers. Beginning topics include postmodernist poetry, finding a theme, word choice, and publishing. Advanced topics include literary criticism, poetry movements, and intellectual foundations
Contains biographies and electronic texts of poems from poets writing in English (not just Americans). Provides a news service for American poets, prizes and awards, poetry discussion forums.
Alberto Rios of Arizona State University has posted introductions to some of the canonical forms of European poetry, with anecdotes and examples.
|Representative Poetry Online|
Database of English poems; works of criticism and literary theory; a glossary and timeline.
Narrative of Burns' life and information about manuscript holdings.
A place where amateur poets can publicly display their poetry and short stories.
Dedicated to provide the collection of hindi / Urdu poetry online. Adding daily lots of Urdu sher-o-shaiary / Poems of famous poets.
English-language sonnets, articles about sonnets, and a message board.
|Walt Whitman Archive|
Includes texts, facsimiles of his works, an audio recording "thought to be Whitman's voice reading four lines from the poem 'America'," photographs, biographical information, contemporary and current reviews of his works.
A resource for readers and writers of poetry. Emphasizes Asian and related forms, such as cinquain, ghazal, haiku, renga, sijo, and tanka. Includes current Lynx and archived selections.
Prose works and samples of published poetry by Alan Feldman, a faculty member at Framington State College, Massachusetts.
Homepage of feminist poet and spoken word artist. Includes a few samples in audio and text format.
|American Verse Project|
Searchable online database of hundreds of published collected works of poetry from the 19th century.
Features a variety of free rhyming poems that cover different themes. The poems are all original and may be shared with family and friends.
Fantasy poetry collection, mostly humorous, with a smattering of science fiction poems.
Information about and texts of Frank O'Hara (1926-1966), the American poet and art critic with a detailed list of O'Hara's publications and a selective list of criticism and books about his work.
Dedicated to poetry, music album reviews, video game reviews, and jokes all with an urban perspective. Hundreds of poets have published their work free of charge.
|Greek Poetry of the Last Three Centuries|
Alex Moskios' translations of the works of some modern Greek poets, his biographical notes about them, and some of his own poetry.
Translation project for the poems of the twentieth century Polish poet, in Polish and English.
|How Shall a Generation Know Its Story|
Exhibit about the life and works of William Edgar Bowers Jr. Features a brief biography accompanied by photographs, poems, correspondence, and related material. Includes a list of books and awards.
Brings inspiring poems about life, society, nature and related topics.
Contains a biography; a timeline of his life and work; portraits of him, his friends, and his family; selections from his works.
|Leslye Layne Russell|
This Northern California poet has posted her own poetry and an extensive list of links to poetry resources.
|Love Poems for Her|
Love poems and information about poets.
Poems by Mattie J.T. Stepanek, a 13-year child who died of the disease dysautonomic mitochondrial myopathy. Including news, pictures, and his Heartsongs poetry collections.
|Miller's Pond Poetry Magazine|
Subscription information on the print magazine which appears several times a year, and an online poetry magazine with different content.
|Mr. Africa Poetry Lounge|
Compilations of African-American poems by famous and undiscovered poets. Reader submissions of African-American poetry are welcome.
|Petrarch at 700|
Discusses Petrarch's contribution to poetry and the Italian language, the many attempts to censor his work, and the use of his poetry in music.
Biographies of poets, a timeline of events in poetry's history, and poems and the explanations behind them.
Features articles about poets, samples of their work, and archived back issues of the magazine.
Lists 180 poems, one for each day of the school year. Includes instructions on how to read a poem aloud, FAQ about the project by Billy Collins, US Poet Laureate.
|Poetry Society of America|
Organization that offering the Frost Medal and Shelley Memorial Award. List of past winners and poems of current winners.
Nonprofit organization sponsors events, a library, and outreach projects.
Compilation of poems in Urdu and English. Includes love and friendship shayari.
Biographical data and some sample poems by an Oklahoma bootlegger's son now living as a poet in the East Village, New York.
|Ron, The Poet/Lyricist|
Online publication presenting poems and lyrics written by L. Ron Hubbard.
Latest shayari in hindi for friends include love shayari, birthday shayari, friendship shayari and romantic shayari.
Hindi Shayari, English poetry translation in Urdu, sad Shayari, and love / Mohabbat Shayari. Use as texts to send your emotions to anyone.
A blog that discusses all types of poetry and the poets who write it.
|Sonetos del Siglo de oro: Golden Age Spanish Sonnets|
Collection of early 16th century to the late 17th century Spanish sonnets with English translations.
|Special Wedding Poems|
Share rhyming wedding poems with your family and friends. Religious, funny and other choices. Also has poems for anniversaries.
Includes four volumes of English Victorian poet and writer, Algernon Charles Swinburne's, poems, and selected items of prose.
|T. J. Daniels: Poetry|
Short and to-the-point poetry about heartfelt love, life and the pain that love can sometimes bring.
Poetry of a contemporary Glascow writer, as well as some of his prose opinions.
|Turkce Siir - Turkish Poetry|
Turkish poetry of all periods. In Turkish, and English, with smaller sections in French, Finnish, Spanish, Italian, and German.
Several resources on medieval French poetry and song, including a complete text of the Vallière "Jeu de Robin et Marion" in both HTML and PDF format. In French.
|What the Thunder Said|
Information about T.S. Eliot, including a timeline and a bibliography of his works, which include poetry, plays, and critical essays.