POETINDEX

To access the posts connected with any of these poets or poems, enter the poet’s surname in the search box located near the top right corner of this / any page or post; in most cases, entering part of the title of the poem also works. Any exceptions are noted with the entry.

ARNAULT, Vincent

«La feuille»

AUDEN, W.H.

“Epitaph for the Unknown Soldier”

This short poem appears as a coda in the MACSTRAVICK post, and must be accessed through that post; for some reason, macstravick, and not the title of his poem, is the sole functioning search term.

–   “Where are brigands…”

BERRY, Wendell

–   “The Peace of Wild Things”

BROUGHTON, James

–   “For a Gathering of Poets”

CARTER, Sydney

“Every Star Shall Sing a Carol”

CAVAFY, Constantine

–   “As Much as You Can”

CHURCH, Richard

“The Fallow Field”

Reblogged from PRACTICING RESURRECTION; to access this post via the Search box, you must enter the title of the poem (not the poet’s name)

CLIFTON, Lucille

“racoon prayer”

COLLINS, Billy

“Boy Shooting at Statue”

“You, Reader” and “The Lanyard”

Post reblogged from BOOKS, J’ADORE; to access this post by title rather than author, the search term is the trouble with poetry.

COLUM, Padraic

“A Cradle Song”

DUFFY, Carol Ann

“Snow”

“The Bee Carol”

EASTWICK, Ivy O.

“The Wind Came Running”

ELLIOTT, David

Interview

Reblogged from POETRY AT PLAY.

FARJEON, Eleanor

“The Night Will Never Stay”

FIELD, Rachel

“Something Told the Wild Geese”

FISHER, Aileen

“My Cat” ; “My Puppy”

FOLK

“The Tree in the Wood”

FROST, Robert

“The Tuft of Flowers”

GIBBONS, Stella

“Lullaby for a Baby Toad”

GOETHE

«Die Poesie»

HAFIZ

“No Reproach for the Drunkard”

HARRISON

“Crow”

HOBERMAN, Mary Ann

“The Teapot and the Kettle”

HOPKINS, Gerard Manley

“Spring and Fall”

ISSA

On Sparrows (untitled haiku)

JIMÉNEZ, Juan Ramón

“This Day That Is the Whole of My Life”
“I Am Not I”

LAWRENCE, D. H.

“Pax”

LINDBERGH, Reeve

“The Circle of Days”

LYNCH, Thomas

“Montbretia”

MACSTRAVICK, Eric

«Le poème d’un soldat»

Using the Search box, this poem can be accessed only by the author’s surname, macstravick, not the poem’s title.

MAXSON, Nancy

Interview

Reblogged from ST BRIGID PRESS.

MCCORD, David

“This is My Rock”
“Innuendo”

MERWIN, W. S.

“Tale”

NYE, Naomi Shihab

“Kindness”

Reblogged from BOOKS, J’ADORE.

O’DONOHUE, John

“A Blessing for the New Year”

OLIVER, Mary

“Milkweed”

PITTER, Ruth

“The Bat”

PRELUTSKY, Jack

“If”

RUMI

“The Guest House”

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISSI

“Canticle of the Sun”

SEEDBUD (blogger)

“Together”

Post reblogged from LEAF AND TWIG; to access it here, the requisite search term is the poem title, together.

SERVICE, Robert

“Old David Smail”

SIDMAN, Joyce

Interview

Reblogged from POETRY AT PLAY.

STEVENSON, Robert Louis

“In the Highlands”

SYMONENKO, Vasyl’

“To the Seeker after Fame, a Warning”

TAGORE, Rabindranath

“The Last Bargain”

TENNYSON, Alfred

“In Memoriam A.H.H.”

THOMAS, Dylan

“The Hunchback in the Park”

TRANSTRÖMER, Tomas

“Romanesque Arches”

WAGONER, David

“To a Farmer Who Hung Five Hawks on his Barbed Wire”

WORDSWORTH, William

“Intimations of Immortality”

WORTH, Valerie

“Opossum”

4 thoughts on “POETINDEX”

  1. Wonderful! I went straight to the Wagoner poem (who wouldn’t, with that title?) and found a Christmas gift for my aunt in the book you mentioned there.

    There are some other names here I don’t know. I’m going to enjoy working my way through the list. Thank you!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. What a thoughtful thing to do. Thank you.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Thanks for your note, bearspawprint! Yes, I find it very useful to organize things in this way . . . makes for a handy reference. I’m glad you’ve found it helpful. Thank-you for your encouragement :)

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