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Reads tagged with “poetry”

To This Day: A Collaborative Animated Spoken-Word Poem About the Lifelong Pain of Bullying
To This Day: A Collaborative Animated Spoken-Word Poem About the Lifelong Pain of Bullying

Soul-stirring words in 20-second fragments of creativity.

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Edward Gorey Illustrates T. S. Eliot’s Iconic Cat Poems
Edward Gorey Illustrates T. S. Eliot’s Iconic Cat Poems

Two grand masters of delight, together.

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On Loves, Lunacies, and Losses: The Little-Known Poetry of Mark Twain
On Loves, Lunacies, and Losses: The Little-Known Poetry of Mark Twain

“Advance your cue and shut your eyes / And take the cushion first.”

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The Bed Book: Sylvia Plath’s Vintage Poems for Kids, Illustrated by Quentin Blake
The Bed Book: Sylvia Plath’s Vintage Poems for Kids, Illustrated by Quentin Blake

“Most Beds are Beds for sleeping and resting, but the best Beds are much more interesting!”

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A Visit to William Blake’s Inn: Vintage Illustrated Verses for Innocent and Experienced Travelers
A Visit to William Blake’s Inn: Vintage Illustrated Verses for Innocent and Experienced Travelers

“William, William, writing late by the chill and sooty grate, what immortal story can make your tiger roar again?”

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