Famous Photographer Poems by Famous Poets
These are examples of famous Photographer poems written by some of the greatest and most-well-known modern and classical poets. PoetrySoup is a great educational poetry resource of famous photographer poems. These examples illustrate what a famous photographer poem looks like and its form, scheme, or style (where appropriate).
by Levis, Larry
--The Carpathian Frontier, October, 1968
--for my brother
Once, in a foreign country, I was suddenly ill.
I was driving south toward a large city famous
For so little it had a...Read More
by Field, Edward
The Baron has decided to mate the monster,
to breed him perhaps,
in the interests of pure science, his only god.
So he goes up into his laboratory
which he has built in...Read More
by Schwartz, Delmore
You, my photographer, you, most aware,
Who climbed to the bridge when the iceberg struck,
Climbed with your camera when the ship's hull broke,
And lighted your flashes and, standing passionate there,
by Levine, Philip
In Lake Forest, a suburb of Chicago,
a woman sits at her desk to write
me a letter. She holds a photograph
of me up to the light, one taken
17 years ago...Read More
by Jong, Erica
"...a frozen memory, like any photo,
where nothing is missing, not even,
and especially, nothingness..."
-- Julio Cortázar, "Blow Up"
he photographed reflections:
sunstorms in puddles,
cities in canals,
double portraits framed
the fat phantoms who...Read More
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