For me, it would be Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes, and Virgil (or Jim Morrison, I can't decide).
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Alexander Pushkin, Milan Rufus and Sylvia Plato
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William Blake, Bukowski, and Shel Silverstien (not in any particular order).
Gerard Manly Hopkins, John Donne, William Blake.
Definitely Wallace Stevens, Jack Gilbert, and Emily Dickinson. No better poets ever. The great thing being Gilbert is still alive and his collected poems comes out in February from Knopf.
Walt Whitman, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Edgar Allen Poe
My three favorite are, in order: John Keats, Walt Whitman and Robert Frost. Not because I don't read poetry, I just love nature-based poetry!
William Carlos Williams, Stevie Smith and my all time favorite is Robert Service.
Robert Lewis Stevenson, Robert Frost, and my dad "Benjamin A. Warner"
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1.) Maya Angelou
2.) Langston Hughes
3.) Alfred Lloyd Tennison
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Earl Livings, Lisa Demos and Rodney A. Williams
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