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The poet Wystan Hugh Auden, born in England but later an American citizen, is regarded by many as one of the greatest poets of the 20th century. He also wrote essays and reviews. Auden published over four hundred poems, including two book-length long form works, and also including ballads, limericks, doggerel, haiku, villanelles, and baroque eclogue. He began writing poems at age thirteen, discovered T.S. Eliot at age 18, and wrote the first of his poems that would later be published at age…

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The poet Wystan Hugh Auden, born in England, later an American citizen, and regarded as one of the greatest poets of the century.

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poetrysociety: “ The retrievals that Donald Allen made of Frank O’Hara’s poems began in 1968 with his sorting through the manuscripts of poetry and prose in cartons and files that Kenneth Koch took.

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Lord George Gordon Byron – It was said he was "Mad, bad, and dangerous to know." Art: 'George Gordon Byron, Baron Byron' by Richard Westall, oil on canvas.

Georges Brassens : interdit en radio, proscrit des milieux bourgeois, sa poésie ses textes et ses musiques m'ont enchanté

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Georges Brassens, French singer-songwriter and poet

Andre Gide. Great writers don't always write great diaries, but it looks like Gide did. Am reading online. Questionable attitudes sometimes but packed with great quotes.

André Gide, French writer, winner of the Nobel prize for literature and cat lover.

unknown....Henry Charles Bukowski ?(born Heinrich Karl Bukowski; August 16, 1920 – March 9, 1994) was an American poet, novelist and short story writer.

Charles Bukowski, one of my favourite authors.

Poet Werner Aspenstrom

I Guess My Author Photo Won’t Contain a Cat, After All

a cat using Swedish poet Karl Werner Aspenström as a vantage point.

Jacques Prévert -------------- Le jardin Des milliers et des milliers d'années Ne sauraient suffire Pour dire La petite seconde d'éternité Où tu m'as embrassé Où je t'ai embrassèe Un matin dans la lumière de l'hiver Au parc Montsouris à Paris A Paris Sur la terre La terre qui est un astre.

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