Whitmanesque Lines For Antietam Poem?

In "Three Dreams from the Eastside of the Mountains," a sprawling, rollickingly Whitmanesque love poem, Tod Marshall summons the wildly. His previous volumes include "The Tangled Line" and Dare Say.

No matter how impassioned, angry, funny or Whitmanesque a poem sounds on. Perhaps the best solution is to simply take the poems away from their writers, who tend to flatten even the most soaring.

In the last line. in these poems, and triumph in the persistence of continuing anyway: "Why did it take me so long to figure out/that my special talent was trying?" Hoagland is not afraid to.

mode of expression to predominantly free verse and Whitmanesque spontaneity. His free verse poems vary in achievement: at their best, they capture the physical world with an unsurpassed intensity and.

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This is to accommodate a far longer line than most poets employ; a Whitmanesque line that Williams has made. is almost an enactment of Wallace Stevens’s idea of "the poem of the mind in the act of.

“A poem has a sculptural integrity that is not registered on any e-reader.” The poetry of Mr. Ashbery, who often writes in long, Walt Whitmanesque lines and uses complex indentations, was difficult to.

He’s been extremely prolific: nine books of poetry in all; a volume of essays. The major complaint has been that his long Whitmanesque lines can be too self-referential for their own good, tipping,

Poetry.” Mr. Corso was released from prison in 1950. Soon after, at a bar in Greenwich Village, he encountered Ginsberg. Mr. Corso was then writing fairly conventional verse, and it was Ginsberg who.

The preface, “Dedication,” is a long and unlovely prelude to the wonderful poem, “The Gift Outright,” that Frost called “a history of the United States in a dozen lines of blank. powerful,

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. such journals as “The Kenyon Review,” “Appalachian Journal,” “Southern Poetry Review,” “Antietam Review,” and “Appalachian Heritage.” Finishing Line Press has just released her new chapbook,

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The story of how, as Confederate troops are passing through her town, elderly Barbara Fritchie bravely snatches a banner that was shot down by Rebel bullets and shouts the poem’s famous lines.

In our interview by phone, we discussed a favorite line from “A Brief for the Defense,” a poem that defends joy against its critics. Gilbert’s work is Whitmanesque—it’s grandiose, romantic, and.

4, trade paper, $15.95, ISBN 978-1-938584-94-7) traces a family line of Japanese. Known for his Whitmanesque inclusiveness and relentless exuberance, Cincinnati’s punk rock poet laureate is back.

Taken Too Soon Poem "Mandalay" is a poem by Rudyard Kipling, written and published in 1890, and first collected in Barrack-Room Ballads, and Other Verses in 1892. The poem is set in colonial Burma,

“A poem has a sculptural integrity that is not registered on any e-reader.” The poetry of Ashbery, who often writes in long, Walt Whitmanesque lines and uses complex indentations, was difficult to.

In the last line. in these poems, and triumph in the persistence of continuing anyway: "Why did it take me so long to figure out/that my special talent was trying?" Hoagland is not afraid to.

In his poem “The Swamp Angel,” Melville offers an ode to the. the endemic corruption that defined this chapter of American.

The poem’s Whitmanesque catalog describes his roots. In a steady, effectively understated performance that includes a few lines of song, Ms. Sanchez stays in character and allows the horrible.

The Green Hills Of Earth Poem. for a melody to fit "The Green Hills of Earth" from a short story of the same. The Wearing of the Green. And it could vary within a poem,

Arthur Sze, one of my favorite poets, writes, “If I sprinkle iron filings onto a sheet / / of paper, I make visible the magnetic lines / of the moment. The scope of this poetry is Whitmanesque in.

The Victorian critic Matthew Arnold had insisted on the "high seriousness" of poetry. In 1962, when his best early collection, "Thank You," was published by Grove Press, Koch was writing lines like.