Where can I find English translations of Dada poems online? [more inside]
What happened to the wondering minstrels poetry database and how can I find a replacement? [more inside]
How to publish my poetry/illustrations? [more inside]
I want to inscribe a book of poetry with a short poem, one about new beginnings, new friendship, possibly new love - something romantic is fine, but I'd prefer something not overly sentimental. Any suggestions?
What was that poem Jim Carroll recited on the music videos by mail tape? [more inside]
Please recommend some witty poetry and/or prose in the same vein as Dorothy Parker and Wendy Cope!
Please share your favorite poems/quotations about man's love for dog(s).
Looking to self-publish a small poetry chapbook. Anybody got recommendations for online sites that will do this for me? I am looking to have hard copies I can sell at readings, rather than have people order from the Web.
i am looking for some new poetry/poet recommendations. [more inside]
What poetry has brought you comfort after a breakup? [more inside]
Poemfilter: Trying to remember a poem I memorized at the last second and almost instantly forgot for an assignment in 10th grade. [more inside]
Trying to track down a poem I remember reading at school. [more inside]
PoemFilter: They exhumed the bones of Lincoln in order to re-inter him elsewhere, and the former president spoke of being tired, tired of the packing and unpacking and packing again. Do you know the poem? [more inside]
I am looking for an audio recording of Geoffrey Hill reading his Mercian Hymns. It's proving harder than I thought it would; I guess I am hoping someone has some sort of "inside" academic resources that aren't internet-apparent, or for some other kind of AskMe magic. I would happily pay for said recording.
What is is about love that makes me want to spew poetry? [more inside]
Which web site is best for self-publishing poetry? [more inside]
Tell me of your favorite poem to welcome the autumn. [more inside]
I'm trying to remember a poem I read about a man's character. Or was it about leadership? [more inside]
Wong Kar-Wai Screenshot Poetry Emergency! Can you make a high-resolution screenshot today or tmw from Wong Kar-Wai's Days of Being Wild so I can use it for the cover of my debut poetry book? (Or got any tricks for increasing the print resolution of a low-resolution image, which I know is impossible?) [more inside]
[NewYorkerPoetryFilter] Sometime in the 1990s, the New Yorker published a poem of several verses consisting of the same lines in different order. Please help me find it. [more inside]
How do I start a poetry circle at my company? [more inside]
What are some good poems to read aloud, that take the form of direct address? [more inside]
I have no/little rhythm and I need to find some. [more inside]
I've been asked to read a Persian poem for a friend's Persian/Taiwanese wedding, and I am beginning to panic as the date approaches. I can speak and understand some rudimentary Farsi, but that is not helping me very much in my search. [more inside]
"The poet writes the history of his own body". Did Thoreau use this sentence, and if he did, where exactly? [more inside]
I'm looking for poems about food, especially fruits and vegetables. [more inside]
Tell me of your favorite poem to welcome the summer. [more inside]
When I was in high school (USA, late 1980's) a friend had a poem (copied from a magazine or a book) taped to the inside of her locker. It was Bukowski-esque, but I do not believe it was Bukowski. The line I recall went something like: "I either want to consume or have sex with everything in existence." Can anyone tell me what that poem was? My Google-fu has failed me, and I'd love to find the poem again (either online or in published form). Thank you!
What happens at the intersection of musical notation (written left to right) and languages written right to left? [more inside]
Can anyone give me any information about a poem called "Redundancy Pay", apparently by Ray Fuller? [more inside]
I'm trying to find the context of the Robert Frost quote "Freedom lies in being bold." [more inside]
Who are the best translators (living or dead) of English-language poetry into Spanish, and what are the best anthologies of English-language poetry translated into Spanish? [more inside]
Federico García Lorca poems, in side-by-side Spanish and English: where can I read them online? (Websites, Google Books previews, etc.)
I've become fascinated with Masking Tape Poems found on the streets of San Francisco, and feel sure that there must be more documentation - some alternative weekly article, blog post, art historian musings, etc. - out there that I'm missing through my lame googlefu skills. Looking for links, photos, or "oh yeah I've seen that and heard..." information. [more inside]
Can you recommend any Japanese poets or anthologies of poetry? [more inside]
When I was a kid getting driven to school with NPR on the radio in the late 80's early 90's, there was this sort of interstitial poetry series that often played. I googled for a while finding nothing. I was hoping to find a collection or even just the author/reader's name. [more inside]
I want to print out a long 200-page discussion thread of poetry in an imaginative way. Got any ideas? It's here at http://monkeyfilter.com/link.php/4724
TattooFilter. Looking for a poetic version of the phrase "Nothing you do not need." [more inside]
I'm looking for inspiring short readings (poems? selections from essays?) loosely organized around the themes of freedom from oppression. Bonus points if they're fun to read and hear, building to a nice crescendo. [more inside]
John Locke wrote "one may destroy a man who makes war upon him." I understand that in this sentence "one" and "him" are the same person, and "man" and "who" are a separate person. In the most basic sense, this sentence justifies fighting against people who war with you. But I have read sentences before - often in poetry - where cases are switched. If the above sentence were such an example, then "one" and "who" would be a person, and "man" and "him" would be the other person. In this case, the sentence would suggest that one runs the risk of destroying someone if they make war against that someone. What are some examples of such sentences?
Know any Ahadith, Qur'an and classic Arabic poetry about camels? (In English) I am currently writing about paper about their survival in the desert. Thanks in advance!
A poem in which the 5th season is mortality? [more inside]
Looking for an anti-war poem I saw years ago; it started with two soldiers fighting and ended speculating that if they met in a pub they'd have a pint. [more inside]
Help me pick out an appropriate reading for my upcoming wedding, something expressing the wish that the love we feel for each other might also serve as a a foundation for a more universal compassion. [more inside]
Recommend some poems/poets in Spanish? [more inside]
I'm thinking of a Czeslaw Milosz poem I read a few years ago in either a magazine or a book. It's written from the point of view of an old man, looking back over his life. He realizes that all the good things, all the bad things he's done in his life can be boiled down to one word: desire. I think it includes descriptions of the various things he's desired (food, women, et cetera). Any ideas?
In "Thunder Road", the lyric "Roy Orbison singing for the lonely, hey that's me and I want you only, don't turn me home again, I just can't face myself alone again" can be interpreted differently depending on where you break the line, before or after the word "only". Is there a name for this particular poetic device? Do you know of other examples? [more inside]
Help me find the Internet Poets! [more inside]
How do I make Blogger work with indentation? [more inside]
Looking for a particular French poem about Aphrodite. [more inside]