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October 25, 2009
Poetry Sunday: Paul Laurence Dunbar
I'm especially pleased to be able to showcase this new poet in this week's edition...
September 20, 2009
Poetry Sunday: Hornworm: Autumn Lamentation
This week's Poetry Sunday features a new author, the American poet Stanley Kunitz. In his...
August 16, 2009
Poetry Sunday: An Arundel Tomb
Today's edition of Poetry Sunday features a return of the English poet and novelist Philip...
July 19, 2009
Poetry Sunday: Tor House
This month's Poetry Sunday features another poem by Robinson Jeffers, an American poet of the...
June 21, 2009
Poetry Sunday: Evening Without Angels
In a comment on April's Poetry Sunday, Eric suggested another post featuring Wallace Stevens. I...
May 24, 2009
Poetry Sunday: Dulce Et Decorum Est
In honor of Memorial Day, I've chosen this poem for this week's Poetry Sunday, a...
April 19, 2009
Poetry Sunday: A.E. Housman
Today's Poetry Sunday introduces another renowned, classic author who was also an atheist: the English...
March 29, 2009
Poetry Sunday: Leaves
Today's Poetry Sunday features the American poet Sara Teasdale. Like other female writers of the...
February 22, 2009
Poetry Sunday: The Poet in the Desert
Today's Poetry Sunday introduces a new poet: the freethinker, civil libertarian, and Renaissance man extraordinaire,...
January 11, 2009
Poetry Sunday: This Is Just A Place
For today's Poetry Sunday, I'm featuring the American poet A.R. Ammons, who was first showcased...
December 14, 2008
Poetry Sunday: Thanksgiving
I haven't featured any compositions by the freethinking poet Philip Appleman lately, so with this...
November 23, 2008
Poetry Sunday: The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
Most connoisseurs of poetry have heard of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, a collection of...
October 19, 2008
Poetry Sunday: Away, Melancholy
Today's Poetry Sunday features the British poet Stevie Smith. The Literary Encyclopedia calls her "one...
September 21, 2008
Poetry Sunday: In Westminster Abbey
Today's poem was one I first read in Christopher Hitchens' The Portable Atheist. This is...
August 20, 2008
Sunrise at Dover Beach
The sea is calm tonight, The tide is full, the moon lies fair Upon the...
August 10, 2008
Poetry Sunday: Ozymandias
Today's Poetry Sunday features one of the classics of Western literature, written by one of...
July 06, 2008
Poetry Sunday: The New Colossus
To commemorate the Fourth of July, here's this month's Poetry Sunday. American readers will likely...
June 22, 2008
Poetry Sunday: Fern Hill
For my northern hemisphere readers, the full flush of summer has arrived. In honor of...
June 01, 2008
Poetry Sunday: Design
This month's Poetry Sunday features another classic by a famous poet who's already made an...
April 27, 2008
Poetry Sunday: Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Today's Poetry Sunday features a few selections from the American poet Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Wilcox...
March 16, 2008
Poetry Sunday: Robinson Jeffers
This month's Poetry Sunday features two poems by Robinson Jeffers, an American poet of the...
February 17, 2008
Poetry Sunday: Lot’s Wife
Today's Poetry Sunday features Anna Akhmatova, one of the most famous and critically praised Russian...
January 13, 2008
Poetry Sunday: Gravelly Run
Today's edition of Poetry Sunday introduces another freethinking poet, the American A.R. Ammons. Born in...
January 11, 2008
Book Review: The Portable Atheist
(Author's Note: The following review was solicited and is written in accordance with this site's...
December 30, 2007
Poetry Sunday: Stopping by Woods
There's just enough time for one final Poetry Sunday in 2007, and this one will...
December 16, 2007
Poetry Sunday: The Snowstorm
Compliments of the season, today's Poetry Sunday brings you "The Snowstorm" by the famous American...
November 18, 2007
Poetry Sunday: Church Going
Today's edition of Poetry Sunday features the English poet and novelist Philip Larkin. Born in...
October 14, 2007
Poetry Sunday: Dirge Without Music
Today's edition of Poetry Sunday features another freethinking poet of the 20th century, the American...
September 23, 2007
Poetry Sunday: Selections from "Sunday Morning"
For the fourth installment of Daylight Atheism's Poetry Sunday, I'm presenting selections from the poem...
July 29, 2007
Poetry Sunday: Creation
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