Monthly Archives: October 2011

Investigation on Surrealist poet, Dunstan Carter

Dunstan Carter, a thirty two year old surrealist poet currently living in Rusholme Manchester, has been writing poetry for 15 years. His work fulfils all the aspects of surreal poetry and is fascinating to read. Reading his poem, “Half Fallen … Continue reading

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Investigation on Roo Borson

Looking into Roo Borson, i realized my deep  appreciation for lyric poetry. The way Roo Borson writes her poems, make me feel as if I am there in the midst of what she is saying. The imagery her work gives … Continue reading

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Panther Press Contest: Walking our path

Isn’t everything we see a path? A pathway with doors, which lead to different directions, each of which holds the unknown. How can we ever know unless we keep going, keep walking, along our path? How can we find our … Continue reading

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What is poetry

When I personally think of poetry, I think of music, flow and rhythm. I look at poetry as someone’s own thoughts and expressions put together in a creative and thoughtful way which allows for readers to view the poets thoughts … Continue reading

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