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Cinna the Poet
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
"the Wild Freedom of the Dance, Extasy Silent Solitary Illumination, Enstasy Real Danger. Gambles. and the Edge of Death.
   are the closing lines of   
What You Should Know to Be a Poet by Gary Snyder
B.1930, US
Tadhg
   means   
Poet or Honors God
(TAYG)(Gr) also can be Timothy. Tadc, Tiomoid, Teague, Taidgh, Tiege.
W.B. Yeats
   is known as a   
Poet
Died 1939. In 1923, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Spike Milligan
   is known as a   
Poet
Bard
   is   
A Poet
As in, 'Shakespeare, the Bard of Avon'
Leslie Marmon Silko
   is famous for being a   
Laguna Pueblo Poet and Novelist
Laguna Woman, 1974, Ceremony, 1977, others
Bob Dylan
   said   
"I Consider Myself a Poet First and a Musician Second. I Live Like a Poet and I'll Die Like a Poet"
American singer, songwriter, author, musician and poet
Poet
   the female equivalent is   
Poetess
Oscar Wilde
   is known as a   
Poet
Andrew Barton (Banjo) Patterson
   is known as a   
Poet
Born 1864, died 1941
Adam Lindsay Gordon
   is known as a   
Poet
Born 1833, died 1870
Patrick Kavanagh
   is known as a   
Poet
Christy Brown
   is known as a   
Poet
Portrayed in the film "My Left Foot"
Allen Ginsberg
   wrote   
To a Dead Poet
"Some breath breathes out Adonais and Atlantis" -- for Pablo Neruda
A Bard
   was   
A Poet or Minstrel
Émile Nelligan
   is known as a   
Poet
1879-1941
Asvaghosa
   was an   
Indian Poet
And philosopher. Believed to be the first Sanskrit dramatist; c. 80-50 CE
Edna St. Vincent Millay
   was a/an   
Poet
Known for her unconventional bohemian lifestyle; Pulitzer Prize; 1892-1950
Stanley Kunitz
   was a/an   
Poet
Two time Poet Laureate of the United States
Archibald MacLeish
   was a/an   
Poet
Librarian of Congress; associated with the Modernist school; 1892-1982
Phillis Wheatley
   was a/an   
Poet
First published African-American woman; a freed slave she died in poverty, c. 1784
Walt Whitman
   was a/an   
Poet
Arguably the most influential poet in US history; 1819-1892
Langston Hughes
   was a/an   
Poet
"I, Too, Sing America" and others
Ezra Pound
   was a/an   
Poet
Early figure in the modernist movement; 1885-1972
Hart Crane
   was a/an   
Poet
Modernist poet, 1899-1932
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
   was a/an   
Poet
1807-1882; works include "Evangeline" and "The Song of Hiawatha"
Catullus
   was a   
Roman Poet
Poet of the Republican period; 84-54 BC
Virgil
   was a   
Roman Poet
Publius Vergilius Maro; best known for the Eclogues, the Georgics, and the Aeneid; 70 BCE - 19 BCE
Homer
   was a   
Greek Poet
Said to be the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey
Horace
   was a   
Roman Poet
The leading Roman lyric poet during the time of Augustus
Kalidasa
   was an   
Indian Poet
Lived in the 4th or 5th century AD
Lucretius
   was a   
Roman Poet
Epic philosophical poem on Epicureanism, On the Nature of Things
Sextus Propertius
   was a   
Roman Poet
Latin elegiac poet, c. 50-15 BCE
Qu Yuan
   was a   
Chinese Poet
Works found in anthology known as Chu Ci; c. 340-278 BCE
Sappho
   was a   
Greek Poet
Born on the island of Lesbos between 630 and 612 BC; most of her poetry has been lost but her reputation endures
Valmiki
   was an   
Indian Poet
Author of the epic Ramayana; c. 400 BCE
Xie Lingyun
   was a   
Chinese Poet
One of the foremost poets of the Southern and Northern Dynasties; 385-433 CE
Hayden Carruth
   was a   
Poet
American, 87
Stanley Kunitz
   was a   
Poet
Born 1905; Poet Laureate to the U.S. Library of Congress from 1974- 2000; won the Pulitzer Prize for "Selected Poems 1928-1958".
Jacques Prévert
   was a   
Poet
Popular French poet (1900-1977)
Ogden Nash
   was a   
Poet
1902-1971
Pablo Neruda
   was a   
Poet
Chilean Nobel Prize laureate (1904-1973)
W. H. Auden
   was a   
Poet
English (1907-1973)
René Char
   was a   
Poet
French (1907-1988)
Louis MacNeice
   was a   
Poet
Northern Irish poet (1907-1963)
Seamus Heaney
   was a   
Poet
Irish; Nobel Laureate, 74
Asvaghosa
   was an   
Indian Poet and Philosopher
Believed to be the first Sanskrit dramatist; c. 80-50 CE
Leonard Cohen
   was a   
Poet
Canadian singer, songwriter, museum, novelist and painter
Maya Angelou
   was a   
Poet
American poet, memorist and civil rights activist; recited her poem "on the Pulse of Morning" at President Bill Clinton's inauguration






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