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Berman, David. Actual Air Poems.
Wry, witty and occasionally creepy.
Cool Salsa: Bilingual
Poems on Growing Up Latino in the United States.
Edited by Lori M. Carlson.
A fiesta of colors and flavors. (YA 811.54)
The Essential Haiku:
versions of Basho, Buson and Issa.
Edited by Robert Hass
Experience the masters. (895.61 Es74)
Fletcher, Ralph J. Room Enough for Love: The
Complete Poems of I Am Wings and Buried Alive.
Falling in and out of love.
Forman, Ruth. We are the Young Magicians.
Growing up young, urban and black.
Ginsberg, Allen. Howl and other Poems.
Crazy beatnik poetry. (811.54 G435h)
Glenn, Mel. Who Killed Mr. Chippendale?
You decide. (YA Fic M)
The Haiku Year. Edited by Michael Stipe
Haiku from the edge.
Hughes, Langston. The Dream Keeper and Other Poems.
Powerfully simple. (j811.52)
I Am the Darker
Brother: An Anthology of Modern Poems by African Americans. Edited by Arnold Adoff
Many times, Many voices. (j811.508, 811.508 Ad71i)
I Wouldn't Thank
You for a Valentine: Poems for Young Feminists.
Edited by Carol Ann Duffy
Girl poems that kick.
Issa, Kobayashi. Inch by Inch: 45 Haiku by Issa.
In English and Japanese.
Listen Up! : Spoken
Word Poetry. Edited by Zoe Anglesey
Nine lives, nine voices.
Movin: Teen Poets
Take Voice. Edited By Dave Johnson
The Pain Tree: and
Other Teenage Angst-Ridden Poetry.
Dramatic. Despairing. Hopeful?
Perdomo, Willie. Where a Nickel Cost a Dime.
In a powerful mix of love and fear, rage and tenderness, verse and prose.
A Rock Against the
Wind: African American Poems and Letter of Love and Passion. Edited by Lindsay Patterson
Vision of Love and Lust.
Slam. Edited by Cecily Von Ziegesar.
Poetry out loud! (YA 808.81)
Soto, Gary. Neighborhood Odes.
Sights, smells and sounds. (YA 811.54)
Taylor, Clark. The House that Crack Built.
Powerful beat depicts a harsh reality. (j362.298)
Wakan, Naomi. Haiku: One Breath Poetry.
Word Up! Hope for
Youth Poetry from El Centro De La Raza.
Edited by Raza
Urban teens reach out.
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