|Highlights of Poetry. Index of poetry. How to Write Poetry. Books read.|
How to write specific forms:
Haibun. Haiku. Hay(na)ku. Rengay. Tanka.
Concrete. Ghazal. Lai. Pantoum. Prose poem. Rondeau. Rubáiyát.
Sestina. Skaldic verse. Sonnet. Terza rima. Triolet. Tritina. Villanelle.
Billy Collins exercise.
Snorri's Edda. Carl Dennis. Corey Marks. Franz Wright. Gary Young. The Gawain Poet.
J. Zimmerman. J. Zimmerman (haiku). J. Zimmerman (tanka).
Jack Gilbert. Jane Hirshfield. Jorie Graham. Karen Braucher. Kay Ryan.
Laureate Poets: Britain; USA.
Len Anderson. Li-Young Lee. Linda Pastan. Nordic Skalds. Pulitzer Poetry Prize (U.S.A).
Richard Hugo. Robert Bly. Sara Teasdale. Snorri's Edda. Stephen Dunn. Ted Kooser. W.S. Merwin.
Editor David Lehman.
The Best American Poetry: 2006;
Guest Editor Billy Collins.
The Best American Poetry: 2005; Guest Editor Paul Muldoon.
Without End: New and Selected Poems is a brilliant collection of poems by Adam Zagajewski. It contains 48 poems and 9 early (1970-1975) poems, all translated by Clare Cavanagh. Generous samplings are reprinted from Zagajewski's previous books:
While he is ready to write of ideas and emotions, he also fills his poems with the concrete world. From picking 30 or so poems at random in the book, I counted:
Buy and read and re-read Adam Zagajewski's Without End: New and Selected Poems (2002) or any other collection by Adam Zagajewski. These poems are your role models.
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