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Greeneyes
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0 posted 03-26-2002 10:08 AM       View Profile for Greeneyes   Email Greeneyes   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Greeneyes


Who is your favorite poet, outside of passions?
Lauren~


Greeneyes~

Step through the
barrier of my mind,
enter my soul,
feel my desire,
let my eyes guide you
into the shadows
of my heart

[This message has been edited by Greeneyes (03-26-2002 10:09 AM).]

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You mean there is poetry outside of Passions???????
huh? who knew   

William Shakespeare
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Rudyard Kipling

Rod McKuen
Richard Brautigan

Jackson Browne

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Rod McKuen
Emily Dickinson
Poe
Merrit Malloy
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e e cummings
Peter McWilliams
Emily Dickinson
John Ashbery
Thomas Metron
Charles Bukowski

there are just too many. . .

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Dee
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A.B. Patterson.
Dorathea McKellar
my Grandfather

So many to chose from, it makes it hard.

I wish you every happiness and may you always have the best of the good things in life.     a brand

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Hey Lauren,
I must say the I do enjoy:
Robert Frost
Rudyard Kipling
Edna St. Vincent Millay
and of course
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Rod McKuen & Robert Service
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Allen Ginsberg, Nicole Blackman, Emily Dickinson, E.E. Cummings, Ani DiFranco

"Love is a piano
dropped from a four story window
and you were in the wrong place
at the wrong time." -Ani DiFranco

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out there


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Shakespeare, cummings, Poe, Shelley, Frost, T.S. Eliot, the poets in PIP   (I know she said outside of Passions but I couldn't resist)

and the child in me still loves Shel Silverstein

[This message has been edited by Jeffrey E. Osborne (03-27-2002 10:46 PM).]

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emily dickinson for sure!
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Robert Frost
Leonard Cohn
Joni Mitchell
Bob Dylan
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Neil Young
Michael Onjaatje
Kahlil Gibran

Being Canadian I learned more of Canadian work than American.  I think some of the greatest poets are songwriters, so I included my favorites (but I only like their written words).
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Rudyard Kipling,
Lord Tennyson,
Seamus Heaney,
Lord Byron.

Are just a few of my favourites.
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Oooohhhhh...ooohhhhhh...I love Jack Kerouac and Emily Dickinson and Philippe Ernewein, and many others! (smiles) This is wonderful, sweet friend, thank you for sharing this thought!



Love,
Noah Eaton
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these are great poets a few of mine are

Jack Kerouac
Rainer Maria Rilke
Allen Ginsberg
Robert Frost
Flannery O'Conner

~Greeneyes~

Step through the
barrier of my mind,
enter my soul,
feel my desire,
let my eyes guide you
into th

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At this very moment,

~Mattie J.T. Stepanek~

( Journey through Heartsongs)

Cerenity

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T. S. Eliot, William Butler Yeats.
Edgar Allan Poe, Howard Phillips Lovecraft.
yes, Lovecraft wrote poetry. it just wasn't as famous as his horror stories.
it was good though.
-Dave
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Dave gets an award from me for liking Lovecraft. . . and knowing that he wrote more than "Re-Animator".



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Sylvia Plath

"Sometimes the only way to stay sane is to go a little crazy." - Susanna Kaysen

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