Celebrating Poets – Erin Hanson

One for the weekend... This is a poet I discovered a couple of years ago, and I instantly fell in love with this young girl's writing. The freshness of her thought and her lyrical poetry fascinates me. Erin Hanson, also known as e.h can be found at her blog "The Poetic Underground", her facebook page... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Poets – J K Salmon

“One should always be drunk. That’s all that matters…But with what? With wine, with poetry, or with virtue, as you chose. But get drunk.” —Charles Baudelaire Ah! Well, poetry is my chosen poison... so let me make my choice for today. J K Salmon... or perhaps, you know him better as NorthPoet. A romantic, a... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Poets – Janey M

Hi dear friends! Thank you very much for showing your love to these awesome poets this Poetry Month. Do tell me about your favourite poets too, let's share the love forward and let poetry claim our souls! I am keeping my eyes peeled for your comments... Some people are just perfect! And so is this... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Poets – Ivor Steven

We all have heard about poetry being the window to one's soul... in this case, it is definitely true. This poet has always touched my heart with his often anecdotal poetry and his honesty of thought and emotion that shines through. Ivor Steven... the poem I have chosen is full of some beautiful word-pictures. I... Continue Reading →

Celebrating poets – David W

A poet is not a poet for what is on paper, he is a poet for what is in his heart! Today, the poet I have in mind is just such a person, who does not write deliberate poetry but speaks in poetry instead. His impromptu poetry is often deep and always lyrical. Let's celebrate... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Poets – Elusive Me

When words are all we have... can they ever be enough? I don't think so. We will always crave for more! And here I am, craving for more poetry, my appetite never satiated. Today, I have an amazing poet of emotions- Elusive Me. She was a Queen of G Plus, but alas, most of her... Continue Reading →

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