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From Shakespeare to Yeats to Neruda, poets have been writing about love ever since that funny feeling started bubbling up. We've curated a list of 12 poems you can that will take you on a journey through the many forms of love, from the erotic to the unrequited. You'll also find a full episode from VS, a podcast where poets confront ideas that inspire them. Hear from The Poetry Foundation's president Camonghne Felix as she discusses--what else--love and romance.
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Poetry expresses emotion and dogs evoke emotion. Therefore, all poetry should be about dogs. Just kidding, sort of. Listen to these puppy inspired poems by poets who know the value of companionship and the meaning behind the phrase "man's best friend." At the end of this poetry list is a section from a collection of short stories from Dog Heroes of Many Lands by Sarah Noble Ives, that can be also be enjoyed by dog lovers here on Vurbl.
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April is National Poetry Month and Vurbl is here to help you celebrate with 10 of the best poetry readings and performances from contemporary poets. This playlist of podcasts features a gripping reading from the 23rd Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress Joy Harjo as well as various works from up and coming writers— all of which are guaranteed to inspire you to consume more poetry this month.
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Corazon de Magma
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Poem by Julia Domeque
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My first podcast Hope you like it Yashvy Singh
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A brief intro to the "10 of the Best Poems for National Poetry Month" playlist, which features poetry readings and performances from up and coming writers and poet laureates alike.
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A brief into to the "10 of the Best Poems for National Poetry Month" playlist, which features poetry readings and performances from up and coming writers and poet laureates alike.
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A brief into to the "10 of the Best Poems for National Poetry Month" playlist, which features poetry readings and performances from up and coming writers and poet laureates alike.
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A brief into to the "10 of the Best Poems for National Poetry Month" playlist, which features poetry readings and performances from up and coming writers and poet laureates alike.
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Three poets read pieces that are inspired by Carly Rae Jepsen's 2015 album "E•mo•tion" for the podcast "Poetry as F*ck."
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Coco Gordon Moore performs poems about sex, love and loss for a live show with "The Poetry Project."
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Joy Harjo, the 23rd Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress, reads Sandra Cisneros' poem "Still Life With Raw Potatoes, Pearls, Raw Meat, Rhinestones, Lard and Horse Hooves."
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Cyrus Cassells performs his poem "How Many Lives Have We Lived in Paris?" for the podcast "Poem-a-Day."
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Tishani Doshi’s reads her poem “They Killed Cows. I Killed Them." for "The Poetry Magazine Podcast."
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Moya Cannon reads her poem "Hands," — a tribute to those who have helped her throughout life— while on the podcast "Words Lightly Spoken."
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Pádraig Ó Tuama reads Christian Wiman's poem "All My Friends Are Finding New Beliefs" on his podcast "Poetry Unbound."
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Brooklyn poet Asiya Wadud reads the opening poem of her new book "No Knowledge Is Complete Until It Passes Through My Body" while appearing on the podcast "Poetry Spoken Here."
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I was believing that now is my season!!!
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Irish poet and professor of poetry, Paul Muldoon, reads his new poem "The Plumber," which circles around social issues and how one's assumptions don't always align with reality.
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Amanda reads her poem, "The Miracle of the Morning" about how we will weather this
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Voter perils lurking under polling fingers. Beware!
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Circa 1950s to 1970s – That there was a bond between Acharya Rajneesh aka OSHO and Dr Harivansh Rai Bachchan is not a common knowledge. There were similarities between Osho’s preaching and the messages from Madhushala even though Madhushala was written when Osho was a toddler. It is said that he was
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