Recommended Poems

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“[in Just-]” by e. e. cummings
“30 One-Liners” by Joe Brainard
“At Coney Island” by John Brehm
“A History of Weather” by Billy Collins
”A Little Girl Tugs at the Tablecloth” by Wisława Szymborska
“A Man I Knew” by Margaret Levine
“A Not so Good Night in the San Pedro of the World” by Charles Bukowski
“A Translator’s Note” by Andrew Bertaina
“A Question” by Robert Frost
“A Year in the New Life” by Jack Underwood
“Atlas” by Terisa Siagatonu
“Against Dying” by Kaveh Akbar
“American Sonnet for My Past and Future Assassin” by Terrance Hayes
“Angels” by Russell Edson
“Between Walls” by William Carlos Williams
“Carnival” by Rebecca Lindenberg
“Cheerios” by Billy Collins
“Days” by Billy Collins
“Design” by Billy Collins
“Eternity” by Tom Disch
“Even-Keeled and At-Eased” by Alberto Ríos
“Figure” by Zack Strait
“Fingernails; Nostrils; Shoelaces” by Charles Bukowski
“First Snow” by Louis Jenkins
“Fish & Chips” by Bernadette Mayer
“Fish Out of Water” by Louis Jenkins
“Five Poems about Poetry” by George Oppen
“Flophouse” by Charles Bukowski
“Forgetfulness” by Billy Collins
“Fork” by Charles Simic
“Fourth of July” by John Brehm
“Garbage Truck” by Paul Martinez Pompa
“Hell Is A Lonely Place” by Charles Bukowski
“High Purpose in Poetry: A Primer” by Tom Disch
“How Poems Arrive” by Anne Stevenson
“I Had a Baby with a Woman the Other Day” by Zachary Schomburg
“I Move through London Like a Hotep” by Raymond Antrobus
“I Promise You” by John Lee Clark
“Ice Cream for I Scream” by Mark Waldron
“If Feeling Isn’t In It” by John Brehm
“Introduction to Poetry” by Billy Collins
“Late Arrival” by Charles Simic
“Let Us Consider” by Russell Edson
“Leviathan” by George Oppen
“Life is a Carnival” by Karen Solie
“May” by Tom Disch
“Metals Metals” by Russell Edson
“My Shoes” by Charles Simic
“N. KOREA: UNICORNS” by John Deming
“Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost
“Obit” by Victoria Chang
“Obit” by Victoria Chang
“Ode to the Clothesline” by Kwame Dawes
“Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark” by D. A. Powell
“Outshines Its Canopy of Intent” by Jane Miller
“Pop Song” by Graham Foust
“Prodigy” by Charles Simic
“Pyramid Scheme” by Hera Lindsay Bird
“Regret” by Louis Jenkins
“Sleep” by Jorge Luis Borges
“So Long” by John Brehm
“Song of the Egg”by Deborah Warren
“Talk to the Undertaker” by D. A. Powell
“Tatt That” by D. A. Powell
“Time” by Louis Jenkins
“The Adventures of a Turtle” by Russell Edson
“The Age Demanded” by Ernest M. Hemingway
“The Art of Drowning” by Billy Collins
“The Balloon of the Mind” by W. B. Yeats
“The Color Blue” by Tom Disch
“The Dot on the i” by Tom Disch
“The Dream of a Fire Engine”by Kimiko Hahn
“the drone” by Clint Smith
“The Fourth Law” by Tom Disch
“The Garage Sale as A Spiritual Exercise” by Tom Disch
“The Genius” by Billy Collins
“The Icecream People” by Charles Bukowski
“The Immortal” by Charles Simic<
”The Oven Bird” by Robert Frost
“The Picture and the Mirror” by Tom Disch
“The Red Wheelbarrow” by William Carlos Williams
“The Shelf” by Tom Disch
“The truth about Palmerston North” by Tim Upperton
“The Unforgiven” by Russell Edson
“The View from the Bar” by R. Nemo Hill
“The White Room” by Charles Simic
“Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” by Wallace Stevens
“This Is Just To Say” by William Carlos Williams
“Toast to My Dead Parents” by Robert Cording
“Too Much Snow” by Louis Jenkins
“trouble with spain” by Charles Bukowski
“True Peace” by Sam Hamill
“Unkind Swans” by Zachary Schomburg
“Vagrants and Loiterers” by Kwame Dawes
“Voxel” by Jason Schneiderman
“Waiheke” by James Brown
“Watch Repair” by Charles Simic
“We Ain’t Got No Money, Honey, But We Got Rain” by Charles Bukowski
“When I Heard the Learn’d Astronomer” by Walt Whitman
“White-Eyes” by Mary Oliver
“You Mean You Don’t Weep at the Nail Salon?” by Elizabeth Acevedo

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