Barque of phosphor On the palmy beach, Move outward into heaven, Into the alabasters And night blues. Foam and cloud are one. Sultry moon-monsters Are dissolving. Fill your black hull With white moonlight. There will never be an end To this droning of the surf.
Apr 18 2015
Celebrate National Poetry Month beneath the oak trees. Enjoy the beauty of nature and the artistry of poets from Central Florida and beyond. Bring your lunch. Read a poem. Hear others read "What oft was thought, but ne'er so well express'd."
Sponsored by the WT Bland Public Library and The Mount Dora Library Association.
1995 North Donnelly Street32757 Mount Dora, Florida
Apr 30 2015
Urban Classical concert Featuring Miami’s Young Poets. For more information, visit: http://www.pianoslam.org
1300 Biscayne Blvd.33132 Miami, Florida
Apr 01 2015 to Apr 30 2015
O, Miami Poetry Festival 2015
5:00am to 11:59pm
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|Colony||Atlantic Center for the Arts||Florida|
|Writing Program||University of South Florida||Florida|
|Writing Program||University of Central Florida||Florida|
|Writing Program||University of Miami MFA Program||Florida|
|Writing Program||Florida International University||Florida|
|Conference||Palm Beach Poetry Festival||Florida|
|Literary Organization||Sarasota Poetry Theatre-Soulspeak||Florida|
|Literary Organization||Florida Literary Arts Organization||Florida|
Marco Island, Florida
There should be nothing here I don't remember . . . The Gulf Motel with mermaid lampposts and ship's wheel in the lobby should still be rising out of the sand like a
Midsummer lies on this town like a plague: locusts now replaced by humidity, the bloodied Nile now an algae-covered rivulet struggling to find its terminus. Our choice is a simple one: to leave or to remain, to render the Spanish moss a memory or to pull it from trees, repeatedly. And this must be what