"Both Robert E. Howard and H.P. Lovecraft were also accomplished poets from the Weird Tales inner circle. But, as the corny old joke goes, the only bread to be found in poetry is on the bread line. I liked Lovecraft's long poem Fungi from…"
Try the poems of Clark Ashton Smith. He wrote poetic prose for the magazine Weird Tales to pay the bills but his real love was for poetry. The Hashish-Eater; or, The Apocalypse of Evil is his magnum opus but other short poems such as A…"
"check out Charles Baudelaire his most famous thing is called Flowers Of Evil...here's a link that mentions other poets like Paul Verlaine (where Tom Verlaine from the band Television took his stage name from)...as it says Baudelaire was also a…"
Has anyone ever read any of Samuel Beckett's poems? I found a book of them at the thrift store the other day. When i took it home and started reading it i nearly lost my mind. Shits totally insane. I was wondering if anyone knows any weird trippy poets or poems they might recommend?See More
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