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PUBLIC MARKS with tag poetry

January 2007

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: A Maine Historical Society Web Site

by knann
This website examines Longfellow's life and work, his homes and his family. It includes a searchable database of his poems, lesson plans for teachers, a filmography, and more. Rediscover why Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was America's most beloved nineteenth-century poet.

December 2006

Land of the Large Things

by stacy & 2 others, 2 comments
A trip to the USA in summer 2006 to look at big stuff and look at all the road signs until I find myself.

November 2006

Ischia e Poesia

by Free925
Ischia paradiso e gioventù cantava Antonio de Curtis, in arte Totò. Ischia però non è solo turismo. E' un centro di cultura e folclore che non ha nulla da invidiare a quello della terraferma di Napoli. Uno specchio sull'arte della poesia e altro ancora.


by ChrisW962
Welcome Home Chat, poetry and international terminal. A friendly yuku board with something for everyone.

October 2006

Il Bestiario

by Free925
Il bestiario Ovvero: le bestialità più becere, assurde e dannatamente cretine scritte dalla Compiuta Donzella Un panorama su notizie più o meno interessanti, più o meno ragionate, più o meno assurde sul mondo e altro.

Your Write Here Poetry

by harmony
Submission and sister page to Write Here Poetry. Post-your-own format.

Write Here Poetry

by harmony
All about poetry. Submissions gladly accepted and published. Goal: to be an integral part of a writing community.

HTI American Verse Project

by knann (via)
The American Verse Project was a collaborative project between the University of Michigan Humanities Text Initiative (HTI) and the University of Michigan Press. The project assembled an electronic archive of volumes of American poetry prior to 1920.

Poetry 180 - A Poem a Day for American High Schools

by knann & 3 others
Poetry 180 is designed to make it easy for students to hear or read a poem on each of the 180 days of the school year. I have selected the poems you will find here with high school students in mind. They are intended to be listened to, and I suggest that all members of the school community be included as readers. A great time for the readings would be following the end of daily announcements over the public address system. Billy Collins Former Poet Laureate of the United States

September 2006