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He was born in Germany, and survived the second World war as a youth. He came to Canada in 1951.
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Henry Eric Beissel (born 12 April 1929) is a German-born Canadian poet, playwright, and academic. He has published 16 volumes of poetry, 6 books of plays, a non-fiction book on Canada, 2 anthologies of plays intended for use in high schools, and numerous essays and pieces of short fiction. Beissel was born in Cologne, Germany. Beissel had a long teaching career in English Literature, and later in Creative Writing, which started as a Teaching Fellow at the University of Toronto
This poem which won a place in the Bunbury writing for performance street festival, 'Shorelines,' It happened on a strange night when I was caught in a storm which kept me in my studio. A fellow artist, Lorraine Bawden, had sculptured a very good likeness of Ned Kelly.
This poem which won a place in the Bunbury writing for performance street festival, 'Shorelines,' It happened on a strange night when I was caught in a storm which kept me in my studio. It was as though he was there and said what he wanted to say.
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That’s not easy to do! And while I have lots of love for long poems, there is a special place for the tight economy of short poems.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (born February 27, 1807 – died March 24, 1882) was an American poet of the Romantic period. He served as a professor at Harvard University and was an adept linguist, traveling throughout Europe and immersing himself in European culture and poetry, which he emulated in his poetry. Before television, radio, and film, he rose to become not just the leading poet and literary figure of 19th-century America, but also an American icon and household name. 10 Greatest Poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. By Satyananda Sarangi.