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Poetry by Michael Martin

Quirky contemporary poems from USA's Michael Martin

Poetry by Bruce Meyer

Bruce Meyer, First Poet Laureate of Barrie, Ontario, CBC broadcaster, and prolific writer.

3 Poems by Carolyn L. Tipton

Carolyn L. Tipton, Berkley poet, professor, and award-winning translator brings autumn alive with these short vivid poems.

2 Poems by John Hicks

John Hicks fills his poetry with vibrant colour and sound, in response to the world around him

3 Poems by Michael Igoe

Poems from Michael Igoe that appear to go down easy but challenge you to read again.

3 Poems by Michael H. Brownstein

Poet Michael H Brownstein sends messages out from Dante’s circles of hellish loss of physical and mental well being while transcending both.

3 Poems by Barry Peters

Barry Peters’ social commentary on tech’s effect on a generation of writers is sometimes wry, often laugh out loud funny. Enjoy the work of this poet from North Carolina.

Poetry by Carolyn Martin

Writing poetry since her twenties, Carolyn’s first project was to rewrite the Bible. ‘My poems attempt to be simple in words as they grapple with the complexity of being on earth right now.’

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