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Love and Cats - Poetry Fodder

Today, I wanted to share two of my favorite poems.

The first is by e.e. cummings (1894-1962). He wrote close to 2900 poems as well as novels and plays. 468 more words


This is a random li'l post that most can disregard.

I am a lover of poetry–I am positive most have guessed this by now.

This being said, I simply wanted to list my favorite poets and a favorite poem by them on my blog. 76 more words

A very good place to start

“…And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time.”  ~TS Eliot… 266 more words


Torn Asunder: to mimic TS Eliot

Mountains are cold

Thunder is dry

It makes such a cold rumbly feeling inside

The faces are thin

They laugh and they hide

When you try to get by… 145 more words


retyping the Wasteland and other Eliot thoughts

I typed the whole poem “The Wasteland” just to try to get nearer to the imagery. I did not want to understand exactly what it meant, moreso I wanted to recreate the beauty of the words on my computer, and see it again, and commit it to my finger’s memory, if nothing else. 166 more words


"The Hollow Men" by T.S. Eliot

I have had a busy weekend so far and there is still much to do, so rather than trying to come up with something to write myself I will instead share one of my favorite examples of Modernist poetry. 839 more words


[We break from Game of Thrones for Holy Week]

“In my end is my beginning.”

It is Saturday in Holy Week. The day between the days, the day between darkness and light, between loss and strange new beginnings, between death and resurrection. 910 more words