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Thomas Vaughan Jones
Thomas Vaughan Jones Liverpool / United Kingdom, Male, 82
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About Me : Favorite Quote or Motto: ”There is nothing new in a poem: The same words, the same meanings, yet a poem becomes new due to the skill in making it.” – Abu hilal-al Askari.... more »

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Thomas Vaughan Jones's last comments on poems and poets

  • POEM: For Black Women Who Are Afraid by Toi Derricotte (5/11/2016 6:11:00 PM)

    A simple story, written in basic text, with bad punctuation to disguise prose from poetry. Where is the magnificent, mellifluous tone, the higher language commanded by the poetic muse.

  • POEM: The Well by Thomas Vaughan Jones (8/25/2014 4:43:00 PM)

    Diolch yn fawr David. Llawer iawn Rwy'n gobeithio y byddwch yn ei hoffi. Bydded y beirdd bendithio ni.

  • POEM: A Christmas Folksong by Paul Laurence Dunbar (4/16/2014 2:07:00 PM)

    Perhaps Paul was brooding on his forthcoming death in this poem. It's a bit sad that one of the leaders of black emancipation should fall back into patois. What a brilliant poem this would have been if he had stayed within his education. Then again, perhaps his choice of rendering makes it more heart rending; s powerful.

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