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28 Poems of Literary Merit

28 poems placed into 3 categories: Hall of Fame, Left in the Lobby, and Thrown Outside in the Rain. Which will be chosen to be best, and which will be left out in the cold?
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Antionette Street

on 19 April 2013

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Transcript of 28 Poems of Literary Merit

Hall of Fame Left in the Lobby Thrown Outside In The Rain Heaven - Emily Dickinson
-Beautiful language
-Complexity
-Ambiguity
-Universal meaning Schizophrenia - Jim Stevens
-Beautiful language
-Complexity
-Ambiguity
-Universal meaning The Road Not Taken - Robert Frost
-Beautiful language
-Complexity
-Ambiguity
-Universal meaning A Dream Within A Dream - Edgar Allen Poe
-Beautiful language
-Ambiguity
-Complexity
-Universal Meaning Poem(the spirit likes to dress up) - Mary Oliver
-Beautiful language
-Complexity
-Ambiguity
-Universal Meaning A Wounded Deer Leaps Highest - Emily Dickinson
-Beautiful language
-Universal Meaning
-Complexity
-Ambiguity Neither Out Far Nor In Deep - Robert Frost
-Beautiful language
-Universal Meaning
-Ambiguity
-Complexity if - e.e. cummings
-Beautiful lanuage
-Universal Meaning
-Complexity
-Ambiguity Mirror - Sylivia Path
-Beautiful language
-Complexity
-Ambiguity
-Universal Meaning Desire - Molly Peacock
-Beautiful language
-Ambiguity
-Universal Meaning
-Complexity Do Not Call Me, Father
-Complexity
-Ambiguity
-Universal Meaning Buffalo - Jeff Dow
-Beautiful Language
-Complexity Bully - Martin Espada
-Complexity
-Universal Meaning Backdrop Addresses Cowboy - Margret Attwood
-Beautiful language
-Complexity
-Ambiguity Bills - Mark Twain
-Ambuguity
-Universal Meaning Dulce et Decorum Est - Wilfred Own
-Beautiful Language
-Complexity
-Universal Meaning A Cliff Dwelling - Robert Frost
-Beautiful Language
-Complexity
-Universal Meaning A Brook In the City - Robert Frost
-Beautiful Language
-Ambiguity
-Complexity carry your heart with me - e.e. cummings
-Beautiful Language
-Complexity
-Universal Meaning Richard Cory - Robinson
-Beautiful Language
-Complexity
-Universal Meaning It's the Law - Saundra Sharp
-Universal Meaning Another Reason I Don't Keep A Gun in the House - Billy Collins
-Universal Meaning
-Complexity Big Wind - Theodore Roethke
-Beautiful language
-Complexity Into My Own - Robert Frost
-Beautiful Language
-Ambiguity Because I Could Not Stop For Death - Emily Dickinson
-Beautiful Language
-Complexity A Man Said To The Universe - Stehpen Crane
-Ambiguity Cross - Langston Hughes
-Ambiguity
-Universal Meaning
-Beautiful language
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