Mike Lickteig and Blackreign2012 are two that I don’t believe are read as much as they deserve to be. blackreign, writes from the heart and the Mike's style, like much of his other writing is impeccable.
***Richie, thanks for the mention-I have only read one of your poems, it was good-I will most definitely head over to see what else you have in regards to poetry- I have been out of the HP loop lately and have missed alot of great reads, I am sure (but I will catch up)
miss kimberlylyrics is also a great poet...can’t believe I forgot to mention you ma'am... She writes from the depths of her soul, and it is the bare naked truth, built by beautiful words and lyrical compositions, which make you feel what she writes...Never a disappointment.
Thanks Becca- You probably already know this, but your work as well stands out from the rest. I always feel like I am forgetting so many-that I should be listing-and end up adding to my list later-Here is the updated version ...Although I am sure a few of these are amongst the better known poets around here... Kimberlyslyrics Mike Lickteig Blackreign2012 Fluffymetal BeccaHubbardWoods Aware Rawlus Manlypoetryman Blondepoet Arthur Gulumian Paradise7 Aweful Poet Richie and of course MS PINKYLEE
I'm also a huge supporter of: Randy Behaviour Disturbia lalesu crickette-W epigramman dragonflei101 ek ellis invictis manlypoetryman and the always intriguing blaise25
I think that words give us a little glimpse into their writer's soul, and these people have it down. Always a pleasure to read from the above group, as well as to add new names to it. I dabble myself, though, not as often as I would like. Maybe some day I'll be on someone's list... someday
Me neither - that's why I get all snippy and call them "popularity contests" - and we also seem to have "cheerleaders" and "pep clubs" but of course if I was making all these best of hubber lists I'd probably be in there patting everybody I can think of on the back too! Don't worry about it. I think in order to get "elected" or nominated you have to chat people up in the forums - you know, say like"hi J, K, L, M" "how are you tonight, O, P, Q, R?" and ask after their mums and the fam and all! Then if you say something kinda sexy every now and then directly to a hubber of the opposite sex, you'll have their undying love! I'm going to try it now.
How are ya, Sandy? I'm going right over to check out your newest poems right now! See ya! :
There are so many great Hubbers here who have their names mentioned and they are great! Invictus, Kimberlylyrics, Blaise25, and so many great styles, and subjects they touch on. I would like to add my friend Hubber Astra Nomik, who, though only having one Poem Hub published here so far, plans more. Check her out! Also check out the amazing Summer Steward and Alya Rose! They are people who have poems and subjects worth reading about and thinking about.
And what a great idea to promote the Great poets here on Hubs in this forum. The world would be a dull place without the sense and light they shine on life.
I looked at Nellieanna and while I admire her good poetry it is a little too southern belle for my taste. But you got in Tricajean twice and yet she seems to have only 5 hubs and none of them poetry, she is not you by any chance ?
Except for a few of the poets mention here, most of the others have an ease with rhythm in the best of cases. They may be popular writers and have plenty of followers, but poets they are not I would consider SiverGenes, Donna Bedford, Nelieanna and Marvin01 as poets and a few others I have to think about and get back to you with their names.
Every book shop that I have ever found has a SERIOUS lack of modern poetry and, being a passionate and eager poet myself, I'm super eager to get my hands on some good books! Or even just internet links to interesting...
It is true that poetry decline now a days.Modern men have no time to ponder and stare. We still have our saddest thought but not our sweetest song. The so called hip-hop culture has completely destroyed our...
Would love to hear some feedback and create a little synergy w/ other poets out there. As you will see from my recent essays, I am intrigued and fascinated w/ the tragic motif that often runs through the poets...
(In danger of looking stupid) Is there, if not maybe there could be, a way to get to the hubs of lesser known authors, without having to go page by page or even the three at a time, that it's set up to now. I bet there...