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Twitter’s Stories: more tweeted poems Monday, 25 January 2010

Posted by edincityoflit in Behind the Scenes, Stories.
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Suggestions and stories are pouring in, in 140 characters or less, of course. Poet John Glenday’s #carryapoem choice is by Yeats – listen for yourself!

@NathamHamilton’s #carryapoem choice is by Shelly:

To love, and bear; to hope, till hope creates/From its own wreck the thing it contemplates.

@juliamarybird’s phone startup msg is Michael Donaghy’s first line of ‘Black Ice and Rain:’

Can I come in? I saw you slip away

@mbamaung carries this Blake poem on a blackboard http://yfrog.com/1evobvj:

When the stars threw down the spears…

@rosieclarke has picked, like publisher and poet Hamish Whyte, some Emily Dickinson:

There is no frigate like a book / To take us lands away

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