Monday, January 15, 2007

Two more portraits of poets

In response to popular demand (well, one request from Ms Baroque) here are two more entries from Portraits of Poets. First, here is Vernon Scannell's view of the later years:

(Click on the poem to enlarge)
The other poem is a short, pithy litle number from Christopher Logue, pictured below...

6 comments:

With Hammer And Tong...The LetterShaper said...

I have so enjoyed my trip through this site; as a poet and an avid reader, I found it both enlightening and enriching...Thank You!

With Hammer And Tong...The LetterShaper said...

I have so enjoyed my trip through this site; as a poet and an avid reader, I found it both enlightening and enriching...Thank You!

With Hammer And Tong...The LetterShaper said...

I have so enjoyed my trip through this site; as a poet and an avid reader, I found it both enlightening and enriching...Thank You!

With Hammer And Tong...The LetterShaper said...

I have so enjoyed my trip through this site; as a poet and an avid reader, I found it both enlightening and enriching...Thank You!

Ms Baroque said...

Marvellous. And of course Logue looks quite young in that photo!

marlyat2 said...

Talk about going at it hammer and tongs!

I don't know quite how I got here, but I love the picture of Logue and poem. A friend gave me War Music, and that's how I met Christopher Logue--wish I had more friends like that, or more poets like Logue.