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Yes there are songs that can be considered poetry, but here we prefer the written or spoken word to those that are sung.
Venus in Furs - Lou Reed
submitted 1 month ago by Musky from self.Poetry
By Mary Oliver
submitted 3 months ago * by Melodic_Programmer from self.Poetry
so you want to be a writer? by Charles Bukowski - Poems
submitted 4 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from poets.org
For the Fallen by Laurence Binyon
submitted 5 months ago by [deleted] from self.Poetry
Trying for Fire
submitted 5 months ago by Melodic_Programmer from poemoftheweek.com
There is no clear light, by Pablo Neruda
submitted 5 months ago * by Melodic_Programmer from self.Poetry
I wrote a poem and sent it to HK, he said nothing.
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from i.imgur.com
Poets hate you and want you to suffer
submitted 8 months ago by Chipit from twitter.com
Les Murray the Misfit Poet. When the great Australian poet Les Murray died in April 2019, he left an incomplete volume of new work in his desk drawer. Continuous Creation: Last Poems, published last month, is a farewell to the most important Australian poet since Banjo Paterson.
submitted 8 months ago by Chipit from firstthings.com
John reads 'Tommy' by Rudyard Kipling, a poem commenting on the hypocrisy of the elites towards common soldiers who die for their schemes. Read in proper British dialect. "Making mock of uniforms that guard you while you sleep"
submitted 10 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
S-100 by Frank Hayes. "And it's cheer up, my lads, let your hearts never fuss / When you're integrating systems for the S-100 bus"
submitted 10 months ago by Chipit from self.Poetry
"Maud Muller", by John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-1892). A poem about missed opportunities and a lifetime of regret.
submitted 10 months ago by Chipit from poetry-archive.com
Die For This, a poem. Damn, this hits hard.
submitted 10 months ago by Chipit from i.imgur.com
Dwarven Song of Wind, Songs and tales from J.R.R. Tolkien's work. "The wind was on the withered heath, but in the forest stirred no leaf: there shadows lay by night and day, and dark things silent crept beneath."
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from tolkien.cro.net
After Touching You, I Think of Narcissus Drowning - by Leila Chatti
submitted 1 year ago by soundsituation from self.Poetry
"Women Aren’t Capable of Love" by Florence Nightingale
submitted 1 year ago by carn0ld03 from self.Poetry
Let’s Touch Antennae In The Madhouse
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from caitlinjohnstone.com
An interesting song from Till Lindemann
submitted 1 year ago by the_romanian from self.Poetry
The Mage's Apprentice
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from oxfordlieder.co.uk
submitted 2 years ago by bumblbird from ia801504.us.archive.org
Ode To My Socks (Naruda)
submitted 2 years ago by beermeem from self.Poetry
‘In Praise of Still Boys’ - a new visual poem that explores fragility and African identity
submitted 2 years ago by mrbemi from sharpguymagazine.com
A.I. The Anomaly - Living Water (Live Freestyle)
submitted 2 years ago by christnmusicreleases from youtube.com
submitted 2 years ago by banglakobita from banglakobita.in
হলেও হতে পারে
submitted 2 years ago by banglakobita1 from banglakobita.in
Best Destination For Bengali Poems And Quote Of The Day
Tale tale heart gender : male or female
submitted 2 years ago by midnight305 from self.Poetry
Buddy Wakefield - Hurling Crowbirds at Mockingbars (Hope is Not a Course of Action)
submitted 2 years ago by qbn from youtube.com
Errors are red, My screen is blue, Someone help me, I've deleted "Sys32"
submitted 2 years ago by officialgagbee from gagbee.com
Easy Haiku (Not mine)
submitted 2 years ago by sadocgawkroger from self.Poetry
Poem On Life - Best Poems on Life Inspiration
submitted 2 years ago by spamtrap from indyaspeak.com
"Who Will Watch The Home Place?" -Kate Long
submitted 3 years ago * by kazenmusic from self.Poetry
Ken Nordine 'The Ageing Young Rebel (Gentle Cruelty)' - [ Audio only, vintage spoken word with downtempo chill, in 3 very different variations. ]
submitted 3 years ago * by JasonCarswell from self.Poetry
submitted 3 years ago by JasonCarswell from self.Poetry
submitted 3 years ago by bald-janitor from self.Poetry
Another Haiku from Me, Again Today WANTED TO WRITE ANOTHER HAIKU POEM TODAY ITSELF
submitted 3 years ago by UniqueWriter from medium.com
First Attempt At Resistance Poetry Can I learn, and acclimatize myself in resistance poetry too?
'How to give a cat a pill' read by Peter Egan
submitted 3 years ago by VantaFount from youtube.com
Robert Burns - To A Mouse - (audio)
What teachers make [Kinetic Typography]