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George Seferis Quote

The English sometimes harbor inside them such a wild world – the civilized English as they usually call them. Consider only Wuthering Heights. Where else could a thirty year old girl have written such a thing? 31 more words


"Out of the vortex, rifling the air it came..." - In Parenthesis

The final paras of Part 2 of In Parenthesis by David Jones. Private Ball, the protagonist of this Modernist Great War poem, experiences for the first time the blast of a shell close by.


"Where the English wilderness is": a poem. #poems #poets #poetry

where the English wilderness is
in the interstices
along the margins
here at the roadside
deep in grasses, poppies,
mallows and escaped hypericum
wherever the wind bears the seed… 31 more words


Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive Debuts on American Masters

“Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there wondering, fearing,
Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortals ever dared to dream before”… from The Raven by… 715 more words


We Walk Not Alone

One Day at a Time

One day at a time, with its failures and fears,
With its hurts and mistakes, with its weakness and tears, 277 more words

Poets And Poetry

Elly Bookman in The New Yorker

Congratulations to one of our founding members of Tate Street, Elly Bookman, who had her first poem published in The New Yorker!

Read “Privilege” 18 more words


Gone With Fairies

There is an incline in the forest where bluebells blossom, dense as grapes, heady as lilac. I stretch out on my back. Green stems, like octopus tendrils, tangle my hair. 149 more words