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Quick access to favorite poets

Everyone is unhappy with how much time it takes to navigate this site.

If you want to speed things up, write me an e-mail to:

will be glad to send you my list of about 50 poets - it's a spreadsheet with hyperlinks in them, nothing more. But it's something to have in front of you, when trying to access their profiles, quick and direct.

figured that it saves me tons of time, perhaps you can use and modify it.

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people you will wind on the link are all worthy poets, I hope you check them out and leave honest feedback.
(I am updating this list regularly)
Ade Richardson
Anne Rutherford
Brayland Carl Mays
Clara B. Ray
Day Star
Debra Squyers
Dee Edgett
Derek John Brouwer
Devon D. Eaton
Drew Soakl
Elise Hadden
Forest Mist (doodlegirl)
Graham Geiger
Ikenna Tonye Adigwe
Japanese Wind
Jay S
Juan Rivera
King Koboko
Klaus Jensen
Kristin Jordan
Laura Verdi Stridio
Lena Smith Carter
Lindsay George Hall
Matthew Lerette
Nate S.
Neli Fatu De Valahia
Nori Cartwright
Panayiotis Vyras
Paul Judges
Poetry of June
Rowan Blair Colver
Ryan Wong
Sean L Sanders
Stella R. Martinez (nightingale)
Suzanne C Goudreau
Svetlana V. Zimina
The Byzantine
Timothy Francis Savage
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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Somewhere between my birth in the land-locked nation of Kazakhstan and becoming U.S. Merchant Marine officer - poetry became something of a satellite in my travels through life ;) ____________________ My most sincere Thank You! for the feedback! ____________________ Here are some poems that I liked (here on Lulu), please give appropriate authors your comments if you get a chance:- October Hearts by PoetryofJune - High(Coup) by JayS (haiku) - Tranquility by Beccanine - Nemesis by Timothy Francis Savage - My Bright Place by Zenocyde - I Fought in a War by Justin R Esplin (haiku) - Love Blooms by Dee Edgett - A Haiku: Violin Music by Clara B. Ray - Cigarettes by faustus - Implode by Elise Hadden - Haiku: Violet Roses by PoetryofJune - The Friend I Didn't Want - Ryan Wong :) - Plus Infinity by Neli Fatu de Valahia - Never Good; Never Bad by Graham Geiger - Two Snowflakes by Kiran - With a grey sky by Spirals - Pine Needles by Matthew Lerette - Bound Again by Danny Warren Patterson - Lie-F by RomanoJohnson - A Child's Memory of a War by Change - A Cold November Day by Bonchance - El espejo roto (The Broken Mirror) by Taqua-------------------------------- more…

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