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Ik ben hier al vaker geweest Deze plek van verdriet De oude herinneringen Staan gekrast in de muren<p>Het zijn de doden gestorven Als op een geweerloop …

Come to the Playa: Burning Man in Pictures

Thousands of Rohingya Muslims Flee Violence in Burma

The United Nations Refugee Agency reports that 123,000 people—mostly Rohingya Muslims—have fled into Bangladesh since August 25, escaping a new round of violence in Burma’s western Rakhine state. The refugees have walked for days, after a series of Rohingya insurgent attacks on Burmese police were …

The Monarch

In the Tree Light

De liefde van het hart

Ik ben hier al vaker geweest Deze plek van verdriet De oude herinneringen Staan gekrast in de muren<p>Het zijn de doden gestorven Als op een geweerloop …

Edward Allcard, sailor and adventurer

Sailing alone aboard a 35-foot yacht, a wooden ketch named the Temptress, Edward Allcard crossed the Atlantic Ocean – travelling from Europe to New …

Versopolis

A Drifter (poem)

In stilte leest men de wereld rond

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Telling Stories: the Single Image vs. the Series

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September 1, 1939

Wystan Hugh Auden was born in York, England, on February 21, 1907. He moved to Birmingham during childhood and was educated at Christ Church, Oxford. …

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<b>PD on Twitter!</b><p><i>Neruda: The Poet’s Calling</i>, by Mark Eisner, reviewed by Benjamin Kunkel.<p>Mike Pride's eulogy for <b>Donald Hall</b>.<p>John Yau reviews <i>Serpentine</i>, …

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About the John O'Donohue Foundation

The Inner Landscape of Beauty : John's Interview with Krista Tippett, Host, On Being<p>John O'Donohue's life cannot be encompassed within the one act of …

Poetry Foundation

Recent Issues<p>Podcasts<p>Featured Biographies<p>author<p>Senegalese poet, writer, and statesman Léopold Sédar Senghor was born near Dakar in the town of Joal …

Death puts all other subjects in the shade: memoirs by Robert McCrum and Maggie O’Farrell

Every Third Thought and I Am, I Am, I Am tackle life’s most serious topic.<p>The first person can be a tricky character. Readers tire of too much “I” …

The Playful Poetry of Ange Mlinko

“Distant Mandate” channels pain and wisdom through the screwball brilliance of its author.<p>The American poet Ange Mlinko’s fifth book is “Distant Mandate” (Farrar, Straus & Giroux). Her title, borrowing a phrase from the writer László Krasznahorkai, refers to art’s primum mobile, its primordial …

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Prufrock: The Life and Work of Richard Wilbur, Against Activism, and a Short History of Rave

<b>Reviews and News:</b><p>William H. Pritchard reviews a new book on the life and work of Richard Wilbur: “The poet Richard Wilbur is ninety-six, old enough …

Poem Of The Week: New works by Stephen James Smith

<b>This week's Poems Of The Week, presented in association with Poetry Ireland, are a pair of new works entitled Iomramh and Nightsky & Butterfly, by</b> …

St. Paul’s first Youth Poet Laureate gets personal in new book

But then, Collins is hardly a newcomer to the poetry scene. “I started writing poetry when I was about 12 or 13. I started writing as a way to …

The Falling of the Leaves

Autumn is over the long leaves that love us,<br>And over the mice in the barley sheaves;<br>Yellow the leaves of the rowan above us,<br>And yellow the wet …

Poem: The Widows’ Neighborhood

<i>Selected by Terrance Hayes</i><p>This poem by the poet and novelist Laura Kasischke channels the sort of folkish fable Borges and Calvino would adore. The houses like crooked teeth, the three old wives, the magical plants and animals — every sentence takes a wicked, delightful turn. Kasischke’s shrewd …

American Poetry Review - Paisley Rekdal - "Nightingale: A Gloss"

<i>Nay, then I'll stop your mouth</i><p>Shakespeare, <i>Titus Andronicus</i><p>Language is the first site of loss and our first defense against it. Which is why after …

Modern and Contemporary American Poetry - Free, online course by Al Filreis at the University of Pennsylvania

Modern & Contemporary American Poetry (“ModPo”)<p>ModPo is a fast-paced introduction to modern and contemporary U.S. poetry, with an emphasis on …

Auden's 'September 1' Words Still Resonate

On this date in 1939, German tanks rolled into Poland, officially launching the most destructive conflagration in human history. In New York, a …