Poetry: The Dead Language (Book 1)

Resuscitating the Poetic Rhythm and the Rhyme (White Cover)

Almost everyone likes poetry.

If you like music—particularly the lyrical content—you like poetry. If you like great film dialog, you like poetry. If you like reading birthday cards, you like poetry. Just about everyone likes poetry in some form or fashion.

There is a passion about it.
There is a rhythm to it.
There is soul in it.

Most of the names will not be known, and most of the authors of these poems only wrote the solitary poem that included in this book.

Seek out these writers.

Steve Dustcircle, Abraham a Sancta-Clara, Franklin Pierce Adams, Aristophanes, Joseph Ashby-Sterry, Herbert Asquith, John Leroy Atwell, William Edmondstoune Aytoun, Harlan Hoge Ballard, John Kendrick Bangs, Maurice Baring, Thomas Haynes Bayly, Charles Henry Bennett, Samuel Laman Blanchard, Henry Cuyler Bunner, Frank Gelett Burgess, Sir Francis Cowley Burnand, Joseph Burrows, William Allen Butler, John Byrom, George Canning, Henry Carey, Jennings Carmichael, Virginia Carter Castleman, Robert William Chambers, Charles Sibley, Geoffrey Chaucer, John Vance Cheney, H. E. Clarke, Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke, Edward James Mortimer Collins, William Congreve, Casa Coraggio, Abraham Cowley, Stephen Crane, Arthur Shearly Cripps, Francis Davison, Anthony Charles Deane, J. P. Denison, William Chatterton Dix, H. C. Dodge, Mary Mapes Dodge, Nathan Haskell Dole, J. L. Duff, William W. Fink, Fanny Fire-Fly, J. W. Foley, and Clinton Scollard.

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ISBN-13: 978-1546558286
ISBN-10: 1546558284

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