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Humorous, inspirational, romantic, friendship, real,
contemporary literary and modern poetry
from famous and soon-to-be famous poets.




























"To have great poets,
there must be great audiences."
Walt Whitman

Poemas en Espanol

Funny Poems

Famous Poets

Love Poetry

Spiritual Poetry

Nature Poetry

Narrative Poetry

Poems on Aging

Poems of Loss

Poems about Writing

Poems about Children

Poems about Family

Social Concern and Anti-War Poems





"The I of every poet
is a new dictionary,
a new language.

What one style says
another never can.

There are styles
with a rich vocabulary
able to quarry out innumerable,
mysterious secrets;

and there are styles
of only three of four works,

but thanks to these,
a corner of beauty
that otherwise
would have remained hidden
comes to our attention.

For this reason every true poet,
bountiful or sparing,
is irreplacable.

Jose Ortega Y Gasset










Billy Collins - On Turning Ten

Judith Pordon - Millwood Fields

Christine McAuliffe - Hymn to Albaro

Emily Dickinson - Hope is the thing...

Pedro Salinas - Wake up. Day calls you

Rainer Maria Rilke - God Speaks to Each of Us

Jorge Carrera Andrade - Biography

Ogden Nash - Common Cold

Gabriel Liebermann - My Nose

Li Bai - Drinking Alone Under The Moon

Billy Collins - Introduction to Poetry

Marge Piercy - For the young who want to

Blanca Varela - Professional Résumé

Giuseppe Belli - What's the pope do?

Tom Earley - Incitement To Disobedience

Pablo Armando Fernandez - To a Young Freedom Fighter in Prison

Ernest Hemingway - The Age Demanded

Bob Dylan - Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie

Robert Frost - The Road Not Taken

Marily Krysl - Summer Solstice

Maya Angelou - Caged Bird

Omololá Ijeoma Ògúnyemí. - Whispers

Elinor Wylie - Pretty Words

Steve Toth - For The Reader

Alice Walker - Expect Nothing

Elaine Maria Upton-Silence ll

Rudyard Kipling - If

Rainer Maria Rilke - Childhood

Bill Mohr - Big Band, Slow Dance

Linda Sue Park - Handstand

Judith Pordon - Cramps

Raymond Carver - What The Doctor Said

Marge Piercy - The Long Death

Scott Wiggerman - Photograph

Charles Harper Webb - Feeling Sorry for Myself

Virgil Suarez - Hail Storm

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The Rovers

Voltaraine De Cleyre - I Am

John Clare - I Am

Sarah Teasdale - The Crystal Gazer

Catherine Faber - The Word of God

Jan Struther - The Last Adventure

Rudyard Kipling - When Earth's Last Picture Is Painted




























"Not to have an audience is a kind of death."
Tillie Olsen

E-mail Judith at CasaPoema@aol.com

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