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Phyllis Wheatly
1st African American writer.
Slave, educated, rallied nation.

TO THE WRIGHT HONORABLE WILLIAM EARL OF DARTMOUTH

"should you my Lord while you pursued my song wonder from whence my love of freedom sprung"
Ann Bradstreet
1st American writer published

TO MY DEAR LOVING HUSBAND

" i prize thy love more than whole mines of gold, for all the riches of the east dost hold
E.E. Cummings
No Grammar of punctuation

ANYONE WHO LIVED IN A PRETTY HOW TOWN
Paul Lawrence Dunbar
African American dialect poems.
Hopeful: racial segregation

WE WEAR THE MASQUE
Edgar Allen Poe
horror

ANABELL LEE

"can ever decever my sould from the beautiful Annabel Lee"

THE RAVEN
TO HELEN
Rudard Kipling
GUNGA DIN
IF
Robert Burns
Scottish

TO A MOUSE

A RED, RED ROSE
Carlos Williams
Pediatrician, everyday speech

THE GREAT FIGURE
THE RED WHEELBARROW
THIS IS JUST TO BE SAID
THE WIDOWS LAMENT IN SPRINGTIME
Gerard M. Hopkins
Jesuit priest

THE WINDHOVER

"my heart is hiding stirred for a bird"

PIED BEAUTY
Carl Sandburg
FOG
Wallace Stevens
Salesman

EMPEROR OF ICE-CREAM
Langston Hughes
African American. Harlem and Jazz

DREAM DEFERRED HARLEM
I TOO
MOTHER TO SON
E.A.Robinson
Small American towns

RICHARD COREY
money isn't everything
Robert Frost
AFTER APPLE PICKING
BIRCHES
MENDING WALL
"spring is the mischief in me
THE ROAD NOT TAKEN