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Wikipedia: List of poets
List of poets
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List of poets

People on this list should ideally have articles of their own, and be in some way noteworthy for their poetry.

Poets (by language not nationality)

Poets by Nationality

Poets by genre or movement

Other Lists

See also: list of people by occupation, lists of people, poetry

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  • Jean Garrigue, poet
  • Samuel Garth, poet
  • George Gascoigne, (1525-1577), poet
  • David Gascoyne, poet
  • Théophile Gautier, (1811-1872), poet
  • John Gay, (1685-1732), songwriter, poet
  • Albert Gazeley,(1937), poet & wrtier
  • Stefan George, (1868-1933), poet
  • Paul Gerhardt, (c. 1606-1676), poet
  • Lapo Gianni, poet
  • Richard Gilder, poet
  • Gary Gildner (Letters from Vicksburg)
  • Allen Ginsberg, (1926-1997), US eccentrical writer
  • Dana Gioia (essays on poetry)
  • Nikki Giovanni, (born 1943), poet
  • Giuseppe Giusti, (1809-1850), poet
  • Janko Glazer, (1893-1975), poet
  • Denis Glover, (1912-1980), poet
  • Louise Glück (Bobbitt Prize winner)
  • Goran Gluvi&, (born 1957), poet
  • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, (1749-1832), (part-time;)
  • Cvetko Golar, (1879-1965), poet
  • Lea Goldberg, (1911-1970), poet
  • Rumer Golden (In Noahs Ark)
  • Oliver Goldsmith, (1730-1774), The History of Little Goody Two-Shoes
  • Pavel Golia, (1887-1959), poet
  • Eugen Gomringer, poet
  • Luis de Gongora, Spanish poet

  • Ray Gonzalez, (After Aztlan: Latino Poets of the 90s), poet
  • Lorna Goodison, poet
  • Vojko Gorjan, (1949-1975), poet
  • Alojz Gradnik, (1882-1968), poet
  • Niko Grafenauer, (born 1940), poet
  • Günter Grass, (born 1927), author
  • Robert Graves, (1895-1985), British author
  • Thomas Gray, (1716-1771), British poet
  • Robert Greene, (1560-1592), poet
  • Simon Gregorcic, (1844-1906), poet
  • Pankracij Gregorec, (1867-1920), poet
  • Barbara Gregoric, (born 1964), poet
  • Horace Gregory, poet
  • Eamon Grennan, poet
  • Fulk Greville, (1554-1628), poet
  • Nicholas Grimald, (1519-1562), poet
  • Uri Tsvi Grinberg, poet
  • Angelina Weld Grimke, poet
  • Charlotte Forten Grimke, poet
  • Stanislaw Grochowiak, poet
  • Philip Gross, poet
  • Igo Gruden, (1893-1948), poet
  • Edgar Guest, (American poet of the 1920s), poet
  • Jorge Guillen, (1893-1984), poet
  • Nicolas Guillén, (1902-1989), (Cuban poet)
  • Louise Imogen Guiney, poet
  • Guido Guinizzelli, poet
  • Nikolay Gumilyov, (1886-1921), poet
  • Dživo Gundulić - Giovanni Gondola, (1589-1638), poet
  • Thom Gunn, (born 1929), poet
  • Ivor Gurney, (1890-1937), poet
  • Ramon Guthrie, poet
  • Brion Gysin, (1916-1986), poet

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  • Clive James, poet
  • Gustav Janus, (born 1939), poet
  • Miran Jarc, (1900-1942), poet
  • Urban Jarnik, (1784-1844), poet
  • Randall Jarrell, poet
  • Robinson Jeffers, (died 1962), poet
  • Simon Jenko, (1835-1869), poet
  • Elizabeth Jennings, poet
  • Vida Jeraj, (1875-1932), poet
  • Luka Jeran, (1818-1896)
  • Marjetka Jersek
  • Milan Jesih, (born 1950)
  • Fenton Johnson
  • Georgia Douglas Johnson
  • Helene Johnson
  • James Weldon Johnson, (1871-1938), author, poet, folklorist, and civil rights leader
  • Lionel Johnson
  • Samuel Johnson, (1709-1784)
  • David Jones, (1895-1974), artist and poet
  • Leroi Jones aka Amiri Baraka
  • James T. Jones (Map of Mexico City: Kerouac as Poet)
  • Ben Jonson, (1573-1637), poet and dramatist
  • Jovan Jovanović Zmaj (1833-1904), poet
  • James Joyce, (1882-1941)
  • Donald Justice (The Summer Anniversary)
  • Juvenal

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  • Kálmán Kalocsay, (1891-1976), poet
  • Ivana Kampus, (born 1945), poet
  • Miha Kastelic, (1796-1868), poet
  • Erich Kästner, (1899-1974), poet, novelist
  • Bob Kaufman (coined "Beatnik")
  • Patrick Kavanagh, (1904-1967), poet
  • John Keats, (1795-1821)
  • Weldon Kees
  • Harry Kemp
  • X. J. Kennedy
  • Jozef Kenda, (1859-1929)
  • Jack Kerouac, (1922-1969), US writer
  • Dragotin Kette, (1876-1899)
  • Keorapetse Kgositsile
  • Omar Khayyam, (1048-1122)
  • Velemir Khlebnikov, (1885-1922)
  • Vladislav Khodasevich, (1886-1939)
  • Nguyen Khuyen (Vietnamese)
  • Joyce Kilmer, (1886-1918)
  • Henry King, (1592-1669)
  • William King, (1663-1712)
  • Gottfried Kinkel, (1815-1882)
  • Galway Kinnell (Body Bags)
  • John Kinsella
  • Thomas Kinsella
  • Rudyard Kipling, (1865-1936), Just So Stories
  • Milan Klec, (born 1954), poet
  • Marjan Klinar, (1922-1983), poet
  • Mile Klopcic, (1905-1984), poet
  • Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, (1724-1803), poet
  • Majda Kne, (born 1954), poet
  • Etheridge Knight, poet
  • Fran Kobal, (1881-1937), poet
  • Josip Kobal, (1870-1888), poet
  • Andrej Kocbek, poet
  • Edvard Kocbek, (1904-1981), poet
  • Matjaz Kocbek, (born 1946), poet
  • Jan Kochanowski, (born 1530), poet
  • Kenneth Koch (NY Poet school)
  • Anton Koder, (1851-1918), poet
  • Andrej Kokot, (born 1936), poet
  • Miklavz Komelj, (born 1970), poet
  • Yusef Komunyakaa, (born 1948), poet, Pultizer Prize recipient, (Dien Cai Dau, Neon Vernacular, etc.)
  • Faik Konica, poet
  • Ted Kooser, poet
  • Sonja Koranter, (born 1948), poet
  • Barbara Korun, poet
  • Jovan Koseski, (1798-1884), poet
  • France Kosmac, (1922-1974), poet, film director, publicist.
  • Srecko Kosovel, (1904-1926), poet
  • Miroslav Kosuta, (born 1936), poet
  • Vladimir Kos, (born 1924), poet
  • Jure Kovic, poet
  • Kajetan Kovic, (born 1931), poet
  • Barbara Kozak, poet
  • Lojze Krakar, (1929-1995), poet
  • Taja Kramberger, (born 1970), poet
  • Ruth Krauss, poet
  • Marko Kravos, (born 1943), poet
  • Miroslav Krleža, (1589-1638), poet, novelist, etc
  • Ernest Kroll, poet
  • Krzysztof Kamil Baczynski, poet
  • Maxine Kumin, poet
  • Stanley Kunitz, poet

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