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31 Letters and 13 Dreams: Poems

by Richard Hugo

Richard Hugo, whom Carolyn Kizer has called” one of the most passionate, energetic, and honest poets living,” here offers an extraordinary collection of new poems, each one a “letter” or a “dream.”...


And Short the Season: Poems

by Maxine Kumin

From the Pulitzer Prize–winning poet, a stunning collection of poems that course with the rhythms of nature. A poet of piercing revelations and arresting imagery, Kumin is "unforgettable, indispensable" (New...


Song of the Heart: Selected Poems by Ramón López Velarde

by Ramón|Soriano, Juan López Velarde & Margaret Sayers Peden

Ramón López Velarde (1888-1921) was one of the most Mexican of Mexican poets, whose sense of history found expression in many poems, including his best-known "La suave Patria" ("Sweet Land"). This bilingual...


Selected Poems of Rub (C)N Dar O

by Rubv©n Darv¿o & Lysander Kemp

Toward the close of the last century, the poetry of the Spanish-speaking world was pallid, feeble, almost a corpse. It needed new life and a new direction. The exotic, erratic, revolutionary poet who changed...


Puffin Book Of Poetry For Children

by Eunice de Souza & M Silgardo

In these pages, you will find poems about an itch, an afternoon of play, the joys of surfing the Internet, the fear of an injection, going on a picnic, buses, holidays, racial discrimination frogs, rats and...


The Luath Burns Companion

by John Cairney

This is not another complete works collection but a personal selection of sixty favourite poems, songs and other works, chosen by the Man Who Played Burns , as well as an introduction that explores Burns' life...


Complete Poems and Plays, 1909-1950: 1909-1950

by T. S. Eliot

A complete collection of T. S. Eliot's early poetry, as well as the classics Four Quartets, Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, and the plays Murder in the Cathedral, The Family Reunion, and The Cocktail...


Red Suitcase

by Naomi Shihab Nye

Naomi Shihab Nye’s fourth collection bursts forth with the acclaimed poet’s generous vision. Through her eyes, ordinary situations become remarkable


What We Carry

by Dorianne Laux

Dorianne Laux’s second collection includes poems of survival, affirmation and celebration without ignoring the hard realities of our daily struggles.


Come On Everybody: Poems 1953-2008

by Adrian Mitchell

Come On Everybody brings together poems from a dozen collections published by Adrian Mitchell over five decades, from Poems (1964) to Tell Me Lies (2008). His poetry’s simplicity, clarity, passion and humour...


The City in Which I Love You

by Li-Young Lee

Lee's poems are made from his life with his life, his poems are earned. He dares to be simple.


100 Poems from the Japanese

by Kenneth Rexroth

It is remarkable that any Westerner—even so fine a poet as Kenneth Rexroth—could have captured in translation so much of the subtle essence of classic Japanese poetry: the depth of controlled passion, the...


That This

by Susan Howe & James Welling

Susan Howe’s newest book of poetry is a revelation as well as a mystery. “What treasures of knowledge we cluster around.” That This is a collection in three pieces. “Disappearance Approach,” an essay...


Dear Editor: A History of Poetry in Letters

by Stephen Young, Joseph Parisi & Billy Collins

Poignant, hilarious, and brutally frank, Dear Editor reveals the personalities and untold stories behind the creation of modern poetry. "The history of poetry and Poetry in America are almost interchangeable,...


Travellers

by George Mackay Brown

These unknown and sometimes unexpected poems by the Orcadian master have all his characteristic simplicity and power. In these poems readers will find new ideas previously unexplored, but they will also find...


Following A Lark

by George Mackay Brown

A country boy creeps unwillingly to school on a lark-filled summer morning. Norse crusaders, preparing to sail on Earl Rognvald's crusade in 1151 break into the burial chamber at Maeshowe seeking treasure, and...


Anglo Saxon Poetry

by Saj Bradley

Anglo-saxon poetry was circulated orally in a preliterate society, and gathered at last into books over some six centuries before the Norman Conquest ended English independence. Against the odds some of these...


R. S. Thomas: Everyman's Poetry

by R S Thomas

R. S. Thomas (1913- 2000) was born in Cardiff. He studied classics, then theology and, after ordination, served six rural Welsh parishes for most of his life. His first book of poems was published in 1946. He...


Rudyard Kipling: Everyman's Poetry

by Rudyard Kipling

Includes the ever popular "If", along with the best of Kipling's powerful, fluent poetry.


I Was the Jukebox: Poems

by Sandra Beasley

“[Beasley’s] lightness works best when it dapples her darkness—and when her darkness, as it often does, feels truly deep.”—Abigail Deutsch, Poetry The winner of the 2009 Barnard Women Poets Prize—“These...