William Carlos Williams - he was one of the principal poets of the Imagist movement. Williams sought to invent an entirely fresh—and singularly American—poetic, whose subject matter was centered on the everyday circumstances of life and the lives of common people. http://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poet/william-carlos-williams

The Red Wheelbarrow William Carlos Williams, 1883 - 1963 so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water beside the white chickens.


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Theodore Roethke (1908 – 1963), American Poet, whose work is characterized by its introspection, rhythm and natural imagery. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 1954 and he won the annual National Book Award for Poetry twice, in 1959 and posthumously in 1965 for The Far Field.

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William Carlos Williams - This is Just to Say, I love Danse Russe and The Red Wheelbarrow

William Carlos Williams, c. 1955 (Photograph by Paul Bishop) “When the world takes over for us / and the storm in the trees / replaces our.

William Carlos Williams: great American poet and an anchoring source of value in "Imaginative Qualities of Actual Things."

William Carlos Williams passport photograph 1921 “We sit and talk quietly, with long lapses of silence, and I am aware of the stream that has no language, coursing beneath the quiet heaven of your eyes, which has no speech.

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William Carlos Williams' "The Proletarian Portrait"

William Carlos Williams' "The Proletarian Portrait"

Listen to William Carlos Williams read his poem "The Red Wheelbarrow" aloud and ask students what they see in their minds, and how the poet uses changes in weather to add to the picture in our minds.

Paris Review - The Art of Poetry No. 6, William Carlos Williams

William Carlos Williams, The Art of Poetry No. 6

loosen your limbs from that art which holds you faster than the drugs which hold you faster – dandelion on my bedroom wall.

William Carlos Williams and kittens

William Carlos Williams (poet) “Poem“ As the cat climbed over the top of the jamcloset first the right forefoot carefully then the hind stepped down into the pit of the empty flowerpot

Pulitzer Prize-winning Poet Rita Dove attended the University of Iowa Writer's Workshop in the 1970s and received an M.F.A in 1977.  Ms. Dove is also a playwright, novelist and essayist, and the former Poet Laureate of the United States.

"Snow would be the easy / way out—that softening / sky like a sigh of relief / at finally being allowed / to yield." Rita Dove, November for Beginners Poetry Magazine)

Kenneth RexRoth - poet,essayist,  translator & critic.

Kenneth RexRoth

Kenneth Rexroth (December 1905 – June was an American poet, translator and critical essayist. He is regarded as a central figure in the San Francisco Renaissance, and paved the groundwork for the movement.

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Nobel laureate in literature: Pablo Neruda, Poeta Premio Nobel de literatura 1971