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Alive : new and selected poems —Willis, Elizabeth.

"Called by Susan Howe "one of the most outstanding poets of her generation," the American poet Elizabeth Willis has written some of the most luminous, electrifyingly lyrical poems of the past twenty years. This collectio...

New and Selected Poems, 1962-2012 : 1962-2012 —Simic, Charles, 1938- author.
EBook
2013

This retrospective collection by the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet contains "some of the strangest, most opalescent poems of the past half century" ( Boston Globe ). Over the course of his long career, former United States...

House Fires. —Franta, Connor, 1992-

Writing about confusion and clarity, loneliness and whirlwind romances, despair and elation - and everything in between - Connor Franta invites readers into the intimacy of his mind. 'House Fires' magnifies Franta's emo...

Dream Work —Oliver, Mary, 1935-2019 author.
EBook
2014

An "astonishing" book of poetry from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of American Primitive and "one of our very best poets" (Stephen Dobyns, The New York Times Book Review ) Dream Work, a collection of forty-five poems...

Selected Poems (Barnes and Noble Collectible Editions) —Frost, Robert, 1874-1963.
EBook
2015

In his poetry, Robert Frost made plainspoken men and women eloquent philosophers on the human condition. Selected Poems is a unique collection of thirty-seven poems by this well-known twentieth-century American poet. Its...

Time's Language : Selected Poems (1959-2018) —Randall, Margaret, 1936- author.
EBook
2018

Time's Language contains powerful poems of witness as well as personal poems, and autobiographical prose pieces (that read like prose poems), recounting a life of resistance, the life of a life-long literary and politica...

Leaves of Grass. —Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892, author.
EBook
2018

First published by Walt Whitman, in 1855, Leaves of Grass is the landmark poetry collection that introduced the world to a new and uniquely American form. Alive with the mythical strength and vitality that epitomized the...

The Practice of the Wild —Snyder, Gary, 1930- author.
EBook
2004

"In spare, eloquent prose" the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet "presents a series of essays that probe the essence of humanity, nature, and their symbiosis" ( Library Journal ). The nine essays collected here display Gary Sn...

Famous —Nye, Naomi Shihab, author.
EBook
2015

Naomi Shihab Nye is one of the most beloved poets in America, and the poem Famous" is literally her most famous poem. It has been used in countless commencement speeches from elementary school to university graduations. ...

Cloud, Stone, Sun, Vine Poems Selected and New. —Sarton, May.
EBook
2014

A beautifully organized collection of a poet's works in homage to nature One of the primary themes of May Sarton's work, especially in the first few decades of her career as a poet, memoirist, and novelist, is a venerati...

Hover Over Her —Osowski, Leah Pool.
EBook
2016

“In Leah Osowski’s exquisite debut, hover over her, the poet immerses us in geographies of unrealized adolescence, where young women are singular amidst their cacophonous backdrops, whether beside a lake, inside a Dali p...

Blood Flower new poems —Uschuk, Pamela.
EBook
2015

In Blood Flower, passionate imagery married to music bursts from each line pushing out the boundaries of Uschuk's earlier poems. It continues themes in Uschuk's American Book Award winner, Crazy Love. The poems braid the...

Lady of the Beasts —Morgan, Robin.
EBook
2015

Robin Morgan’s second collection of poems is a rich tapestry of female experience, both literal and mythic Daughter, wife, mother, lover, artist, and even priestess are all here in shorter lyrics that cluster aroun...

Letters from Maine Poems. —Sarton, May.
EBook
2014

The poetic tale of a fleeting love affair In her sixty years in literature, May Sarton has taken her readers through all of her emotions and pushed us to explore new places within ourselves. But her feelings are never mo...

Death Benefits —Morgan, Robin.
EBook
2015

Robin Morgan’s lyrical gifts are again on display in this limited edition of four of her most celebrated poems Prostituted women, pimps, Alice B. Toklas, and Bertha Mason—Edward Rochester’s mad first wi...

Rudiments of flight poems —Hatfield, Frances.
EBook
2013

Both revelatory and sensuous, these poems convey passion that trumps death, beauty that shines through shame, and love that is everlasting. Venturing to the edge of the known world and beyond-bearing unflinching witness ...

The calculus of falling bodies poems —Rips, Geoffrey.
EBook
2015

The poems in this collection span the 40 years in which Geoff Rips has undertaken a deeply personal attempt to understand the mystery of things. The pieces parallel his interest in the greater world and burrow deep insid...

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