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Pablo Neruda

Name at birth: Ricardo Eliecer Neftalí Reyes BaloaltoPoet, diplomat, bohemian and political activist, Pablo Neruda was a household name throughout Latin America for much of the 20th century. In his 2…

Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso is one of the most famous painters of the 20th century, and perhaps the leading figure of that era's daring modern art movement. Pablo Ruiz y Picasso showed artistic ability at an early…

Pablo Escobar

Colombian Pablo Escobar became one of the world's richest men by distributing cocaine throughout the Americas from the late 1970s until his death in 1993. Pablo Escobar grew up outside the city of Me…

Pablo OCAMPO

OCAMPO, Pablo, a Resident Commissioner from the Philippine Islands; born in Manila, Philippine Islands, January 25, 1853; attended San Juan de Letran College, and was graduated from Santo Tomas…

Pablo Antonio Cuadra 2002 Deaths

Pablo Antonio CuadraAge: 89 Nicaraguan poet who was an acolyte of Rubén Darío and a student of French classic poets Verlaine and Rimbaud. Once a conservative and a follower of So…

Robert Bly

Robert Bly is an American poet and the author of the best-selling prose work on modern masculinity, Iron John (1990). His strong poems and charismatic personality made him one of the most prominent p…

W.S. Merwin

William Stanley Merwin is the 17th Poet Laureate of the United States and winner of the Pulitzer prize for poetry, for The Carrier of Ladders (1970) and The Shadow of Sirius (2009). A graduate of Pri…

Robert Bly Biography

American poet, editor, and translatorBorn: December 26, 1926Birthplace: Madison, Minn. Robert Bly is the author of more than 30 books of poetry, including Loving a Wo…

Classic Love Poems on the Web

Love is only a click away by Ann-Marie Imbornoni From Donald Hall to Shakespeare, Byron to Browning, a wide sampling of some of the best known love poetry is just a few keystrokes away. …