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Biography of Robert Creeley

Robert Creeley

Robert Creeley (1926 - 2005)

Robert Creeley (born May 21, 1926, Arlington, Massachusetts) was a poet with more than sixty books of poetry to his name.

He was the author of For Love and is usually grouped with the Black Mountain poets. He was quite friendly with Charles Olson, Robert Duncan, Allen Ginsberg and John Wieners. For many years he taught at Buffalo and later at Brown University.

Robert Creeley passed away on March 30, 2005.



26 Poems written by Robert Creeley

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First LineComments
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for Mark Peters Comments and analysis of Zero by Robert Creeley 1 Comment
All night the sound had Comments and analysis of The Rain by Robert Creeley 7 Comments
America, you ode for reality! Comments and analysis of America by Robert Creeley 5 Comments
As I sd to my Comments and analysis of I Know A Man by Robert Creeley 1 Comment
As I was walking
Comes the time when it's later Comments and analysis of A Wicker Basket by Robert Creeley 246 Comments
For love-I would
Having begun in thought there
I approach with such Comments and analysis of Something by Robert Creeley 3 Comments
I had wanted a quiet testament
I have come far enough Comments and analysis of A Form Of Women by Robert Creeley 2 Comments
Looking to the sea, it is a line
Most explicit--
My lady
My love's manners in bed
My wife and I lived all alone, Comments and analysis of Ballad Of The Despairing Husband by Robert Creeley 1 Comment
Seeing is believing. Comments and analysis of The Mirror by Robert Creeley 1 Comment
She stood at the window. There was Comments and analysis of Goodbye by Robert Creeley 4 Comments
The thing comes
The words are a beautiful music.
What I took in my hand Comments and analysis of Song by Robert Creeley 30 Comments
What, younger, felt Comments and analysis of Myself by Robert Creeley 2 Comments
Whereas the man who hits
Window's tree trunk's predominant face
You send me your poems, Comments and analysis of The Conspiracy by Robert Creeley 2 Comments


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