Speed-Dial Poetry

I have decided to take some choice poems, and burn them into memory. After holding them in my head for a bit, I’ll post them with comments. Some I have posted already as a YouTube video being read by Tom O’Bedlam.

If you have any great suggestions, feel free to suggest them here.. 😉

I’m not giving up writing, either. Things are just kind of busy lately in my neck of the yellow wood. Which brings me to the first one.

Speed-Dial Poetry:

Poem Author
The Road Not Taken Robert Frost
Aedh Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven William Butler Yeats
Roll the Dice Charles Bukowski

Remembered, but yet to be written:

Poem Author
Invictus William Ernest Henley
If Rudyard Kipling
Bluebird Charles Bukowski
Raw with Love Charles Bukowski
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening Robert Frost
A Dream Within a Dream Edgar Allen Poe
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night Dylan Thomas

For future memory:

Poem Author
If You Forget Me Pablo Naruda
The Ship of Death D.H. Lawrence
We met death one day, you and I. Marie Marshall

Let me know what you think! . . .

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