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The Rattle Bag: An Anthology of Poetry
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Post Re: The Rattle Bag: An Anthology of Poetry
Here is a blurb I copied from an Amazon review:
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This collection reminds me of Harry Smith's Folkways Anthology of Folk Music... each individual piece is valid in its own way, but the collection adds up to more than the sum of its parts. On the other side: the editors chose to present the poems in order, sorted alphabetically by title, which tends to minimize any sense of editorializing.


I say who ever gets the book first can post away. I think we should take them in the order they are presented in the book. I think it would be very helpful if someone posted the whole list of poems. I will see if there is a way to have this thread set up more like chapter book thread. If no one else wants to type the list of poems, I will happily do it when my book arrives.



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Guess what? I found part of the Table of Contents M-Z. A weird place to start, but okay. This will give us a sense of what we are getting ourselves into. I also know that it is 496 pages. That sounds like it mean almost another 500 poems. ARE YOU READY?

Edit: First you will notice that I have added A-L to the list. Also, I have rearranged the thread, so that as we post comments about the poems the tread remains manageable. I will make a post after this list with guidelines for how this discussion will go; just to keep us altogether and somewhat organized.

1. Adieu, farewell earth's bliss - Thomas Nashe
2. After his Death - Norman MacCaig
3. After Looking into a book Belonging to My Great-Grandfather - Hyam Plutzik
4. Afterwards - Thomas Hardy
5. Ah Sunflower - William Blake
6. Alfred Corning Clark - Robert Lowell
7. The Allansford Pursuit - Robert Graves
8. 'All the World's a stage' - William Shakespeare
9. Among the Narcissi - Sylvia Plath
10. The Ancients of the world - R S Thomas
11. And death shall have no dominion - Dylan Thomas
12. And in the 51st Year of that Century - Hyam Plutzik
13. And the days are not full enough - Ezra Pound
14. Angelica the Doorkeeper - Anon
15. The Angel that presided o'er my birth - William Blake
16. Anger lay by me all night long - Elizabeth Daryush
17. An Animal Alphabet - Edward Lear
18. Another Epitaph on an army of Mercenaries - Hugh MacDiarmid
19. anyone lived in a pretty how town - e e cummings
20. Apple Blossom - Louis MacNeice
21. The Artist - William Carlos Williams
22. As I came in by Fiddich-side - Anon
23. As I walked out one evening - W H Auden
24. As kingfishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame - Gerard Manley Hopkins
25. As Much as you Can - C P Cavafy
26. As the team's head-brass flashed out - Edward Thomas
27. As you came from the Holy Land - Sir Walter Raleigh
28. At Grass - Philip Larkin
29. At the Bomb Testing Site - William Stafford
30. At the grey round of the hill - W B Yeats
31. Auguries of Innocence - William Blake
32. Aunt Julia - Norman MacCaig
33. Autobahnmotorwayautoroute - Adrian Mitchell
34. Autobiography - Louis MacNeice
35. Auto wreck - Karl Shapiro
36. Aye, but to die, and go we know not where - William Shakespeare
37. Baby Song - Thom Gunn
38. The Badger - John Clare
39. Bagpipe Music - Louis MacNeice
40. Bags of Meat - Thomas Hardy
41. The Ballad of Robin Reed - Gwendolyn Brooks
42. Ballad of the Bread Man - Charles Causley
43. Be Merry - anon
44. Beeny Cliff - Thomas Hardy
45. Before I knocked and flesh let enter - Dylan Thomas
46. Behaviour of Fish in an Egyptian Tea garden - Keith Douglas
47. La Belle Dame Sans Merci - John Keats
48. Bells for John Whiteside's Daughter - John Crowe Ransom
49. Be not afeard: the isle is full of noises - William Shakespeare
50. Bermudas - Andrew Marvell
51. Bethsabe's Song - George Peele
52. Bifocal - William Stafford
53. The Bight - Elizabeth Bishop
54. Binsey Poplars - Gerard Manley Hopkins
55. Birches - Robert Frost
56. Birth of the Foal - Ferenc Juhasz
57. The Black Cloud - W H Davies
58. Black Rock of Kiltearn - Andrew Young
59. The Blacksmiths - Anon
60. Blue Girls - John Crowe Ransom
61. Boat Stealing - William Wordsworth
62. Bog-Face - Stevie Smith
63. Break, break, break - Alfred Lord Tennyson
64. Breathing Space July - Thomas Transtromer
65. Brian O'Linn - anon
66. Buffalo Bill's - e e cummings
67. The Buffalo Skinners - Anon
68. Bullfight - Miroslav Holub
69. The Burglar of Babylon - Elizabeth Bishop
70. The Burning Babe - Robert Southwell
71. The Cable Ship - Harry Edmund Martinson
72. Call for the Robin Redbreast and the Wren - John Webster
73. The Cap and Bells - W B Yeats
74. Carentan O Carentan - Louis Simpson
75. Carry her over the water - W H Auden
76. Channel Firing - Thomas Hardy
77. A Charm - anon
78. The Child Dying - Edwin Muir
79. A Child's Pet - W H Davies
80. Child's Song - Robert Lowell
81. The Chimney Sweeper - William Blake
82. The Clod and the Pebble - William Blake
83. Cocaine Lil and Morphine Sue - anon
84. Cock-Crow - Edward Thomas
85. The Cold Heaven - W B Yeats
86. The Collarbone of a Hare - W B Yeats
87. The Combe - Edward Thomas
88. The Compassionate Fool - Norman Cameron
89. Cotton - Harry Edmund Martinson
90. Could mortal lip divine - Emily Dickinson
91. The Cow - Ogden Nash
92. Cowper's Tame Hare - Norman Nicholson
93. A Crocodile - Thomas Lovell Beddoes
94. Crossing the Alps - William Wordsworth
95. Crossing the Water - Sylvia Plath
96. Crystals Like Blood - Hugh MacDiarmid
97. The Cuckoo - anon
98. Cut Grass - Philip Larkin
99. Dahn the Plug'ole - anon
100. The Darkling Thrush - Thomas Hardy
101. Days - Philip Larkin
102. The Dead Crab - Andrew Young
103. Death - anon
104. Death in Leamington - Sir John Betjeman
105. The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner - Randall Jarrell
106. Delayed Action
107. Desert Places - Robert Frost
108. The Destruction of Sennacherib - Lord Byron
109. A Devil - Zbigniew Herbert
110. The Devil in Texas - anon
111. Dinogad's Petticoat - anon
112. Dirge - Kenneth Fearing
113. Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock - Wallace Stevens
114. A Divine Image - William Blake
115. Do not go gentle into that good night - Dylan Thomas
116. Donal Og - anon
117. The Donkey - G K Chesterton
118. Don't let that Horse - Lawrence Ferlinghetti
119. The Dream about Our Master, William Shakespeare - Hyam Plutzik
120. A Drover - Padraic Colum
121. The Duck - Ogden Nash
122. Dusk in the Country - Harry Edmund Martinson
123. The Dying Airman - Anon
124. from Eagle in New Mexico - D H Lawrence
125. The Earthworm - Harry Edmund Martinson
126. Earthy Anecdote - Wallace Stevens
127. Elegy for Himself - Chidiock Tichborne
128. Epigrams - J V Cunningham
129. An Epitaph - Walter de la Mare
130. Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries - A E Housman
131. Epitaph on a Tyrant - W H Auden
132. Epitaph on the Earl of Leicester - Sir Walter Raleigh
133. Eternity - William Blake
134. Even Such is time - Sir Walter Raleigh
135. The Explosion - Philip Larkin
136. Exposure - Wilfred Owen
137. Fable - Janos Pilinsky
138. The Face of the Horse - Nikolai Alekseevich Zabolotsky
139. The Fair Maid of Amsterdam - anon
140. Fairy Tale - Miroslav Holub
141. The Faking Boy - anon
142. The Fallow Deer at the Lonely House - Thomas Hardy
143. Fear no more the heat o'the sun - William Shakespeare
144. Field-Glasses - Andrew Young
145. The Fish - Elizabeth Bishop
146. The Flight - Theodore Roethke
147. The Flood - John Clare
148. A Flower Given to my Daughter - James Joyce
149. The Flower-Fed Buffaloes - Vachel Lindsay
150. Flowers by the Sea - William Carlos Williams
151. The Fly - Miroslav Holub
152. Flying Crooked - Robert Graves
153. For a Lamb - Richard Eberhart
154. The Force that through the green fuse drives the flower - Dylan Thomas
155. Forgotten Girlhood - Laura Riding
156. Fox Dancing - Suzanne Knowles
157. Francis Jammes: A Prayer to Go to Paradise with the Donkeys - Richard Wilbur
158. Frankie and Johnny - anon
159. The Frog - anon
160. The Fury of Aerial Bombardment - Richard Eberhart
161. Futility - Wilfred Owen
162. from Games - Vasco Popa
163. The garden of Love - William Blake
164. The Garden Seat - Thomas Hardy
165. Gathering Leaves - Robert Frost
166. The Gazelle Calf - D H Lawrence
167. The Germ - Ogden Nash
168. Girl - anon
169. Giving Potatoes - Adrian Mitchell
170. A Glass of Beer - James Stephens
171. The Goose and the Gander - anon
172. Great and Strong - Miroslav Holub
173. The Habit of Perfection - Gerard Manley Hopkins
174. Ha'nacker Mill - Hilaire Belloc
175. The hand that signed the paper felled a city - Dylan Thomas
176. The Happy Heart - Thomas Dekker
177. Hares at Play - John Clare
178. The Hart loves the high wood - anon
179. The Hawk - George Mackay Brown
180. He Hears the Cry of the Sedge - W B Yeats
181. Hear the voice of the Bard - William Blake
182. The Hearse Song - Anon
183. Heaven-Haven - Gerard Manley Hopkins
184. The Hen - Christian Morgenstern
185. Here - R S Thomas
186. Here Lies a Lady - John Crowe Ransom
187. Heredity - Thomas Hardy
188. A History Lesson - Miroslav Holub
189. The Horses - Edwin Muir
190. Hospital Barge at Cerisy - Wilfred Owen
191. The House of Hospitalities - Thomas Hardy
192. How doth the little crocodile - Lewis Carroll
193. How happy is the little Stone - Emily Dickinson
194. How the old Mountains drip with Sunset - Emily Dickinson
195. How to Kill - Keith Douglas
196. Humming-Bird - D H Lawrence
197. Hunter Poems of the Yoruba - anon
Baboon
Blue Cuckoo
Buffalo
Chicken
Colobus Monkey
Elephant
Hyena
Kob Antelope
Leopard
Red Monkey
198. Hurt Hawks - Robinson Jeffers
199. I cannot grow - W H Auden
200. I saw a Peacock with a fiery tail - anon
201. I think that the Root of the Wind is Water - Emily Dickinson
202. I will give my love an apple without e'er a core - anon
203. If I might be an ox - anon
204. In beauty may I walk - anon
205. In Golden Gate Park that day - Lawrence Ferlinghetti
206. In the Deep Channel - William Stafford
207. In the touch of this bosom there worketh a spell - Samuel Taylor Coleridge
208. In Time of 'The Breaking of Nations' - Thomas Hardy
209. Infant Sorrow - William Blake
210. Innocence - Patrick Kavanagh
211. The Inquest - W H Davies
212. Interruption to a Journey - Norman MacCaig
213. Inversnaid - Gerard Manley Hopkins
214. Invictus - W E Henley
215. it is not growing like a tree - Ben Johnson
216. It's such a little thing to weep - Emily Dickinson
217. It Was All Very Tidy - Robert Graves
218. It was a lover and his lass - William Shakespeare
219. Jabberwocky - Lewis Carroll
220. Janet Waking - John Crowe Ransom
221. Jerusalem - William Blake
222. Jim Desterland - Hyam Plutzik
223. John Barleycorn - Robert Burns
224. John Kinsella's Lament for Mrs Mary Moore - W B Yeats
225. John Mouldy - Walter de la Mare
226. The Jungle Husband - Stevie Smith
227. Kerr's Ass - Patrick Kavanagh
228. The Knight's Tomb - Samuel Taylor Coleridge
229. Lament for Tadhg Cronin's Children - Michael Hartnett
230. Landscapes - T S Eliot
New Hampshire
Virginia
Usk
Rannoch by Glencoe
Cape Ann
231. The Last Words of My English Grandmother - William Carlos Williams
232. The Leaden Eyed - Vachel Lindsay
233. Legend - Judith Wright
234. The Legs - Robert Graves
235. Lepanto - G K Chesterton
236. The Lie - Sir Walter Raleigh
237. Like Rain it sounded till it curved - Emily Dickinson
238. Lines for an Old Man - T S Eliot
239. The Lion for Real - Allen Ginsberg
240. Little Fish - D H Lawrence
241. the Little Mute Boy - Federico Garcia Lorca
242. Little Trotty Wagtail - John Clare
243. Lizard - D H Lawrence
244. The Locust - anon
245. Lollocks - Robert Graves
246. London - William Blake
247. Lonely the sea-bird lies at her rest - W B Yeats
248. Long John Brown and Little Mary Bell - William Blake
249. Lore - R S Thomas
250. Loveliest of trees, the cherry now - A E Houseman
251. The lowest trees have tops, the ant her gall - Edward Dyer
252. Macavity: the Mystery Cat - T S Eliot
253. Mad Gardener's Song - Lewis Carol
254. Mad Tom's Song - anon
255. maggie and milly and molly and may - e e cummings
256. the Maldive Shark - Herman Melville
257. Man and Bat - D H Lawrence
258. The Man He Killed - Thomas Hardy
259. Manners - Elizabeth Bishop
260. The Marvel - Keith Douglas
261. Mary Stuart - Edwin Muir
262. from The Mask of Anarchy - Percy Bysshe Shelley
263. Masses - Cesar Vallejo
264. The Meadow Mouse - Theodore Roethke
265. Meditation on the A30 - Sir John Betjeman
266. Memorabilia - Robert Browning
267. Memories of Verdun - Alan Dugan
268. Memory of My Father - Patrick Kavanagh
269. Merlin - Edwin Muir
270. Methought that I had broken from the Tower - William Shakespeare
271. The Midnightmouse - Christian Morgenstern
272. The Mill-Pond - Edward Thomas
273. The Minimal - Theodore Roethke
274. Mips and ma the mooly moo - Theodore Roethke
275. Monkeyland - Sandor Weores
276. The Moon and a Cloud - W H Davies
277. Moonrise - Gerard Manley Hopkins
278. More Light! More Light! - Anthony Hecht
279. Mosquito - D H Lawrence
280. The Mosquito Knows - D H Lawrence
281. Mountain Lion - D H Lawrence
282. Mouse's Nest - John Clare
283. Mushrooms - Sylvia Plath
284. My Cat, Jeoffrey - Christopher Smart
285. My father played the melodeon - Patrick Kavanagh
286. "The Names of the Hare," Anon
287. "Napoleon," Walter de la Mare
288. "'A narrow Fellow in the Grass,'" Emily Dickinson
289. "Nature's Lineaments," Robert Graves
290. "'nobody loses all the time,'" e. e. cummings
291. "The North Ship," Philip Larkin
292. "The Nose," Iain Crichton Smith
293. "'Now entertain conjecture of a time,'" William Shakespeare
294. "Nutting," William Wordsworth
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Post Re: The Rattle Bag: An Anthology of Poetry
295. "The Octopus," Ogden Nash
296. "Ode to a Nightingale," John Keats
297. "Of Poor B. B.," Bertolt Brecht
298. "The Old Familiar Faces," Charles Lamb
299. "'An old man stirs the fire to a blaze,'" W. B. Yeats
300. "Old Men," Ogden Nash
301. "Omens," Anon
302. "On a Tree Fallen Across the Road," Robert Frost
303. "On Buying a Horse," Anon
304. "On My First Sonne," Ben Jonson
305. "On the Beach at Fontana," James Joyce
306. "On the Cards and Dice," Sir Walter Ralegh
307. "On the Congo," Harry Edmund Martinson
308. "On Wenlock Edge," A. E. Housman
309. "'One Christmas-time,'" William Wordsworth
310. "'Our revels now are ended,'" William Shakespeare
311. "Out in the Dark," Edward Thomas
312. "'Out, Out—'" Robert Frost
313. "The Owl," Edward Thomas
314. "The Oxen," Thomas Hardy
315. "The Ox-Tamer," Walt Whitman
316. "Ozymandias," Percy Bysshe Shelley
317. "Pangar Bàn," Anon
318. "The Passionate Man's Pilgrimage," Sir Walter Ralegh
319. "The Passionate Shepherd to His Love," Christopher Marlowe
and two replies:
320. "The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd," Sir Walter Ralegh
321. "The Baite," John Donne
322. "Pat Cloherty's version of The Maisie," Richard Murphy
323. "'Pensive, on her dead gazing, I heard the Mother of All,'" Walt Whitman
324. "Perfect," Hugh MacDiarmid
325. "Pheasant," Sylvia Plath
326. "Piano," D. H. Lawrence
327. "Pied Beauty," Gerard Manley Hopkins
328. "The Pig," Ogden Nash
329. "The Pilgrim," W. B. Yeats
330. "Ploughing on Sunday," Wallace Stevens
331. "Poem in October," Dylan Thomas
332. "A Poison Tree," William Blake
333. "Poor but Honest," Anon
334. "Poppies in July," Sylvia Plath
335. "Praise of a Collie," Norman MacCaig
336. "The Properties of a Good Greyhound," Dame Juliana Berners
337. "Raleigh Was Right," William Carlos Williams
338. "Range-Finding," Robert Frost
339. "The Rattle Bag," Dafydd ap Gwilym
340. "Reflection on Ingenuity," Ogden Nash
341. "'Repeat that, repeat,'" Gerard Manley Hopkins
342. "The Return," Ezra Pound
343. "The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter," Ezra Pound
344. "'Running lightly over spongy ground,'" Theodore Roethke
345. "The Sad Boy," Laura Riding
346. "The Saginaw Song," Theodore Roethke
347. "Saint Francis and the Sow," Galway Kinnell
348. "Sandpiper," Elizabeth Bishop
349. "The Scholar," Austin Clarke
350. "Scotland Small?" Hugh MacDiarmid
351. "Sea-Change," John Masefield
352. "A Sea-Chantey," Derek Walcott
353. "The Seafarer," Ezra Pound
354. "Sea-Hawk," Richard Eberhart
355. "Season Song," Anon
356. "Sea-Weed," D. H. Lawrence
357. "Self-Pity," D. H. Lawrence
358. "The Self-Unseeing," Thomas Hardy
359. "The Send-Off," Wilfred Owen
360. "Senex," John Betjeman
361. "The Seven," Anon
362. "'Seventy feet down,'" Philip Larkin
363. "The Seventh," Attila Jószef
364. "She and I," Norman Cameron
365. "Sheep," W. H. Davies
366. "'She is the fairies' midwife, and she comes,'" William Shakespeare
367. "The Shooting of Dan McGrew," Robert Service
368. "The Shooting of John Dillinger Outside the Biograph Theater, July 22 1934," David Wagoner
369. "Shroud," George Mackay Brown
370. "The Sick Rose," William Blake
371. "'the silver swan, who living had no note,'" Orlando Gibbons
372. "Similes for Two Political Characters of 1819," Percy Bysshe Shelley
373. "'Since there's no help, come, let us kiss and part,'" Michael Drayton
374. "Sir Patrick Spens," Anon
375. "Sir Walter Ralegh to His Son," Sir Walter Ralegh
376. "The Six Strings," Federico García Lorca
377. "'Slow, slow, fresh fount, keep time with my salt teares,'" Ben Jonson
378. "The Smile," William Blake
379. "Snake," D. H. Lawrence
380. "Solitude," Tomas Transtromer
381. "Song: I Hid My Love," John Clare
382. "Song for the Clatter-Bones," F. R. Higgins
383. "Song for the Head," George Peele
384. "Songs for a Colored Singer," Elizabeth Bishop
385. "Sonnet," Dante
386. "Sounds of the Day," Norman MacCaig
387. "Spring," Gerard Manley Hopkins
388. "Spring and Fall," Gerard Manley Hopkins
389. "'Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone,'" W. H. Auden
390. "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," Robert Frost
391. "Strange Meeting," Wilfred Owen
392. "The Streets of Laredo," Anon
393. "A Strong Wind," Austin Clarke
394. "A Survey," William Stafford
395. "Swedes," Edward Thomas
396. "Sweeney Praises the Trees," Anon
397. "Sweet Suffolk Owl," Thomas Vautor
398. "Taboo to Boot," Ogden Nash
399. "Taffy was a Welshman," Anon
401. "Tails and Heads," Suzanne Knowles
402. "Taking Leave of a Friend," Ezra Pound
403. "Tarantella," Hilaire Belloc
404. "'There came a Wind like a Bugle,'" Emily Dickinson
405. "'There is a willow grows aslant a brook,'" William Shakespeare
406. "'There's a certain Slant of light,'" Emily Dickinson
407. "There Was a Boy," William Wordsworth
408. "'There was a man and he was mad,'" Anon
409. "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird," Wallace Stevens
410. "'This lunar beauty,'" W. H. Auden
411. "Thistle," Nikolai Alekseevich Zabolotsky
412. "Thomas Rymer," Anon
413. "Three Riddles from the Exeter Book," Geoffrey Grigson
414. "'Thrice the brinded cat hath mew'd,'" William Shakespeare
415. "Tiger," A. D. Hope
416. "Tilly," James Joyce
417. "Timothy Winters," Charles Causley
418. "To a Schoolboy," Anon
419. "To Autumn," John Keats
420. "To the Foot from its Child," Pablo Neruda
421. "Track," Tomas Transtromer
422. "Transformations," Thomas Hardy
423. "A True Account of Talking to the Sun at Fire Island," Frank O'Hara
424. "The Twa Corbies," Anon
425. "Two Drops," Zbigniew Herbert
426. "Two Performing Elephants," D. H. Lawrence
427. "Two Songs of a Fool," W. B. Yeats
428. "TheTyger," William Blake
429. "The Unknown Bird," Edward Thomas
430. "The Unquiet Grave." Anon
431. "Ute Mountain," Charles Tomlinson
432. "The Vacuum," Howard Nemerov
433. "Vergissmeinicht," Keith Douglas
434. "The Villain," W. H. Davies
435. "Vision by Sweetwater," John Crowe Ransom
436. "The Visitant," Theodore Roethke
437. "The Vixen," John Clare
438. "A Walk," Nikolai Alekseevich Zabolotsky
439. "Walking West," William Stafford
440. "The Wanderer," W. H. Auden
441. "The Wandering Spectre," Anon
442. "War," Andrei Voznesensky
443. "War God's Horse Song," Anon
444. "'Was it for this?'" William Wordsworth
445. "Watch Your Step—I'm Drenched," Adrian Mitchell
446. "The Weapon," Hugh MacDiarmid
447. "Weathers," Thomas Hardy
448. "The Well Rising," William Stafford
449. "'When I set out for Lyonnesse,'" Thomas Hardy
450. "'When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd,'" Walt Whitman
451. "'When old corruption first begun,'" William Blake
452. "'When the rain raineth,"' Anon
453. "'The wicked who would do me harm,'" Anon
454. "The Wife of Usher's Well," Anon
455. "Wild Iron," Allen Curnow
456. "Willy Wet-leg," D. H. Lawrence
457. "'The wind blows out of the gates of the day,'" W. B. Yeats
458. "'The wind suffers of blowing,'" Laura Riding
459. "'A Wind that rose,'" Emily Dickinson
460. "The Windhover," Gerard Manley Hopkins
461. "Witches' Chasm," Ben Jonson
462. "'With fairest flowers,'" William Shakespeare
463. "The Woodlark," Gerard Manley Hopkins
464. "'Would you hear of an old-fashion'd sea-fight?'" Walt Whitman
465. "'Yon island carrions desperate of their bones,'" William Shakespeare
466. "You're," Sylvia Plath

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Post Re: The Rattle Bag: An Anthology of Poetry
So here we have a Top 466! These look great to me. What's the plan to be, have a rotation where each of us posts the poems with the same initial letter, and then it moves to the next person in the rotation? (I am assuming that the poems can be copied online.)



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DWill wrote:
So here we have a Top 466! These look great to me. What's the plan to be, have a rotation where each of us posts the poems with the same initial letter, and then it moves to the next person in the rotation? (I am assuming that the poems can be copied online.)

That is a brilliant idea, we each pick a letter! Now who would like to begin with the A's, Penny?

I was thinking that we'd go along as we did with the Top 500. I'd say posting about a poem ever day or so would be about the right pace. As you post poems try to be sensitive to how the flow is going, if a poem is being hotly discussed, hold off on posting a new poem. How does that sound?



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Saffron: - As you post poems try to be sensitive to how the flow is going, if a poem is being hotly discussed, hold off on posting a new poem. How does that sound?


Sounds great. I'll continue with the A's until those who have a copy of the book coming get their own copy. All of the poems might not be available to copy and paste from the internet, so I'm hoping that those ones are short. :D

One of us can type them up though, if they can't be found.

I'm sorry if it seems a bit daunting....but some of the poems, we have covered already in the top 500, so it won't be so long. Anyway, we are just getting into the swing of things.....so stop moaning! :twisted:


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Post Re: The Rattle Bag: An Anthology of Poetry
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Sounds great. I'll continue with the A's until those who have a copy of the book coming get their own copy. All of the poems might not be available to copy and paste from the internet, so I'm hoping that those ones are short. :D

Thanks, Penny! Now, when you post look for the thread that says, "The Rattle Bag: The A Poems."



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