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Aunt Margaret’s Everyman’s Library Pocket Poet Collection!

My Favorite Aunt and Her Favorite Poets

One of my favorite people in the whole wide world (who happens to also be my aunt!), Margaret Rantz, following in my footsteps of collecting Everyman's Library classics and contemporary classics, has started her very own collection of the absolutely lovely (just like her!) Everyman's Library Pocket Poets. Whether she knows it or not - though at this point, I think she is starting to see the writing, err poetry, on the wall - she is off to a great start with several right outta the gate! 

So, given everyone has designated her the Poet Laureate of the family (or at least a title I am strongly lobbying for), without further ado, here is her very own Everyman's Library Pocket Poet webpage to track her wonderful and growing Pocket Poet collection!

UPDATE: As of March 31, 2019, Aunt Margaret has gotten all 111 Everyman's Library Pocket Poets! Way to go Aunt Margaret!!! What an amazing pleasure it has been finding and searching and collecting and reading these treasures with you!  Purely poetic indeed!

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For more on this fantastic collection of poetry, be sure to visit the official Everyman's Library Pocket Poets website by clicking on the button below.  

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Aunt Margaret's Complete Collection!

 In Alphabetical Order by Poet & then by Theme 

  1. Akhmatova
  2. Auden
  3. Baudelaire
  4. Blake
  5. Bronte
  6. Browning
  7. Burns
  8. Byron
  9. Cather
  10. Cavafy
  11. Cohen
  12. Coleridge
  13. Dickinson
  14. Dickinson: Letters
  15. Donne
  16. Eliot
  17. Emerson
  18. Frost
  19. Hardy
  20. Herbert
  21. Hopkins
  22. Horace
  23. Hughes
  24. Joyce
  25. Keats
  26. Kipling
  27. Marquis: The Best of Archy and Mehitabel
  28. Marvell
  29. Merrill
  30. Millay
  31. Milton
  32. Eugenio Montale - Release Date: Sometime in 2019
  33. Mozart: Letters
  34. Plath
  35. Poe
  36. Pope
  37. Pushkin: Eugene Onegin
  38. Rilke
  39. Rimbaud
  40. Robinson
  41. Rossetti
  42. Rumi
  43. Rumi: The Unseen Poems - Release Date: Sept. 10, 2019
  44. Shakespeare
  45. Shelley
  46. Stevens
  47. Tennyson
  48. Whitman
  49. Wordsworth
  50. Yeats
  51. Animal Poems
  52. Arabic Poems
  53. Art and Artists Poems
  54. Beat Poets
  55. Blues Poems
  56. Christmas Poems
  57. Chinese Erotic Poems
  58. Comic Poems
  59. Conversation Pieces
  60. Doggerel
  61. Eat, Drink, and Be Merry
  62. Erotic Poems
  63. Fatherhood Poems
  64. French Poetry
  65. Friendship Poems
  66. Garden Poems
  67. Gay and Lesbian Love Poems
  68. Haiku Poems
  69. Hip Hops: Poems about Beer
  70. Indian Love Poems
  71. Irish Poems
  72. Jazz Poems
  73. Lullabies and Poems for Children
  74. Love Letters
  75. Love Poems
  76. Love Songs and Sonnets
  77. Marriage Poems
  78. Measure for Measure: An Anthology of Poetic Meters
  79. Monster Verse: Poems Human and Inhuman
  80. Motherhood: Poems about Mothers
  81. Music’s Spell: Poems about Music and Musicians
  82. On Wings of Song: Poems about Birds
  83. Persian Poems
  84. Poems about Horses
  85. Poems about Trees - Release Date: Sept. 30, 2019
  86. Poems Bewitched and Haunted
  87. Poems Dead and Undead
  88. Poems of Gratitude
  89. Poems of Mourning
  90. Poems of New York
  91. Poems of Paris
  92. Poems of Rome
  93. Poems of Sculpture
  94. Poems of Sleep and Dreams
  95. Poems of the American South
  96. Poems of the American West
  97. Poems of the Sea
  98. Prayers
  99. Reel Verse: Poems about the Movies
  100. Russian Poets
  101. Scottish Poems
  102. Solitude
  103. Sonnets
  104. Tang Poems
  105. The Art of Angling
  106. The Dance
  107. The Echoing Green: Poems of Fields, Meadows, and Grasses
  108. The Four Seasons
  109. The Great Cat
  110. The Language of Flowers: Poems
  111. The Roman Poets
  112. Villanelles
  113. War Poems
  114. Zen Poem


The Humble Beginnings of Aunt Margaret's Poetry Collection

I've always loved this picture - way back in the beginning of January 2019, ha! - when Aunt Margaret only had six compared to the entire collection she has now (at the end of March 2019!)!  So, without further  ado, simply posting this humble but darling little picture for fun and reminiscent sake!


And Two Thumbs Up for Aunt Margaret & All of Her Poets!