Gay Poetry

   

Poetry is the least necessary of the arts, until you start reading it.
Then it becomes only as necessary as blood and oxygen. This is true even
if you sit quietly in a corner and read to yourself, but poetry is
meant to be heard
.

Gay presence is nothing new to American verse and theater. Homoerotic
themes
are discernible in American poetry as early as the 19th century,
and identifiably gay characters appeared on the American stage more
than 70 years ago.

The world of poets is small, even smaller if you focus on the gay ones.
Below you will find submissions to our site for your enjoyment.



Poetry For and By Lesbians

The Country Dance
Softsteper
Broken
Babies

Robin Harbin
The Smile Poem
Softsteper
The Emotion Tree
Robin Harbin
God and Me
Robin Harbin
Compassion
Robin Harbin
The Bible Thumper
Robin Harbin
G-Rated Nightmare
Katie K.
Thompson
My Love
Bobbie
Dancing At The
Ruins

Unknown
Man and Woman
Muffie Heath
Love's Mystery
Muffie Heath
Fantasy
Muffie Heath
Poetry by
Karen Godson
Broken
by Jackie Roth
Starburst
Saria
The First Time
Oak Spirit
Holly's Poem
Holly
Marriage Minded:
Danielle
Glory Under the Sun
Amber Robbins
Angry
Karyl Johnson
Touch yourself (As if)
Tisha
Father
Karen K. Kammeyer
A Blue Topaz Necklace
Suzanne Newman


Poetry For and By Gay Men

Bear Talon's Poetry The Poet's Corner
Voice Of An Angel
Byron D. Howell
Better Than Blaine
Byron D. Howell
Anchored All Day
Byron D. Howell
Coming Out To Myself
Al-Antony Moody
Stonewall June 27, 1969
Al-Antony Moody





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