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poetsoup: what an interesting woman, Lola Ridge, sadly unknown. an independent woman, 'her work disappeared, a casualty of the anti-liberal, anti-female, & anti-experiment sentiments of the second World War & a continued critical disdain for political poetry.'

jpbostock69: Catch my new single that’s out next Month - Another Night at the Heartbreak Hotel on Russ Evan’s show today at 3pm on Ridge Radio

sierraavalanche: Spring-like snowpack on Mt. Lola

neurosocialself: ‘You are full of unspent dreams .. You are laden with beginnings ..’ Lola Ridge frm Wind Rising in the Alleys

infinitydim: 3 of 5 stars to The Ghetto And Other Poems by Lola Ridge

EleniHatzi5: ...You feel very sad when you climb on the fence to watch mama out of sight... Sun-Up, Lola Ridge

lola_yuura: First time soloing lvl90 ridge watch. I'm loving it here

socorros1765: I would add Kyle and Lola YR Jack and Carly ATWT Ridge and Taylor B&B

socorros1765: Romantic comedy couples Kyle and Lola YR Abby and Chad Days Willow and Chase GH Action couples Robert and AnnaGH Jason and Sam GH Jack and Carly ATWT Carly will fit in somehow Other Ridge and TaylorB&B

doug_ellison: Adding another pic to the parachute animation - it's still flapping around on that ridge line.

boss_angeles: 6 Der-grees of Disney Separation. Mad King Ludwig II's father dated and exiled Lola Montez who later in San Francisco taught gold rush phenom Lotta Crabtree to dance, featured for years at Disneyland's Rainbow Ridge Opera House.

POETSorg: You are full of unspent dreams . . . You are laden with beginnings . . . There is hope in you . . . not sweet . . . —Lola Ridge

Davidrogersbook: Lola Ridge. Check her out.

SweetCarolineCH: Blues and BBQ weekend in Blue Ridge. Blues train first, Irish Pub second now listening to my friend Lola. She is AWESOME!!

POETSorg: They think they have tamed you, workers— Beaten you to a tool To scoop up a hot honor Till it be cool— But out of the passion of the red frontiers A great flower trembles and burns and glows And each of its petals is a people. —Lola Ridge

DarrenBlackshaw: Alien Aliens Amélie Blade Runner Creepshow Day of the Dead Demons Dog Day Afternoon Ghostbusters Heartbreak Ridge Heat Intermission Jaws Manhunter One Cut of the Dead Run Lola Run The Exorcist The Exorcist 3 The Godfather The Goonies The Return of the Living Dead The Thing Up

This_is_Ridge: How to politely leave multiple family group chats? Also, how to tell your tradional chinese lola that drinking water with salt does not prevent COVID. Maybeeee she's unto something? Hmmmm...

Spill_Words: Mother a poem by: Lola Ridge   Your love was like moonlight turning harsh things to beauty, so that little wry souls reflecting each other obliquely as in cracked mirrors . . . beheld in your luminous spirit their

Keatingg: Poetry in motion – Oliver O’Hanlon on Lola Ridge’s journey from Dublin to US literary fame

happymelodist: Read along: "Lainyappe" by Lola Ridge

blckmaqic: "Persephone, still alive, exhaustingly alive, covered in flames," — Lola Ridge, from To the Many; Collected Poems of Lola Ridge; “Hellish,”

JDeeMure: You are full of unshaped dreams… You are laden with beginnings… There is hope in you… Lola Ridge GAILB 4SAPNATINTO

mintalviharju83: I have learned to use the word impossible with the greatest caution.” — Werner von Braun “You are full of unshaped dreams… You are laden with beginnings… There is hope in you…” — Lola Ridge

BmillsBilly: An oldie. To The Many: Collected Early Works by Lola Ridge, reviewed by Billy Mills • Empty Mirror

o_franco_aleman: Lola Ridge

mintalviharju83: You are full of unshaped dreams… You are laden with beginnings… There is hope in you…” — Lola Ridge “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Eleanor Roosevelt

kobiesth: You are full of unshaped dreams… You are laden with beginnings… There is hope in you… Lola Ridge KODREA KILIGBYTES EP2

MacFarlaneNews: Leonard Ridge of Pennsylvania is accused of saying "America First B***h" upon entering Capitol and using Snapchat to say he raided Nancy Pelosi's office

kodreaparin: You are full of unshaped dreams… You are laden with beginnings… There is hope in you… Lola Ridge KODREA KILIGBYTES EP2

andichh_: You are full of unshaped dreams… You are laden with beginnings… There is hope in you… Lola Ridge KODREA KILIGBYTES EP2

kodreaspies: You are full of unshaped dreams… You are laden with beginnings… There is hope in you… Lola Ridge KODREA KILIGBYTES EP2

kodreaish: You are full of unshaped dreams… You are laden with beginnings… There is hope in you… Lola Ridge KODREA KILIGBYTES EP2

awesomekodrea: You are full of unshaped dreams… You are laden with beginnings… There is hope in you… Lola Ridge KODREA KILIGBYTES EP2

ridge_gin: its my fav lola's death anniv :) miss her sm ;((

wtfpabloo: lola's care is the best.

BostonReview: Recovering Lola Ridge: forgotten modernist poet, feminist, and anarchist of the early 20th century.

BostonReview: Lola Ridge: The radical modernist we won't forget twice.

mintalviharju83: I have learned to use the word impossible with the greatest caution.” — Werner von Braun “You are full of unshaped dreams… You are laden with beginnings… There is hope in you…” — Lola Ridge

mormolyke: Poem by Lola Ridge, with all the usual between-the-lines weight of her stuff (that I perceive, anyway)

pairdujour: “july. silence. complete silence. the whole world floated.” — lola ridge, from to the many; collected poems of lola ridge; “silence,”

elephantjournal: "You are full of unshaped dreams. You are laden with beginnings. There is hope in you…" ~ Lola Ridge

FindYourHarbor: "You are full of unspent dreams ... You are laden with beginnings ..." ~Lola Ridge

elephantjournal: "You are full of unshaped dreams. You are laden with beginnings. There is hope in you…" ~ Lola Ridge

BlockClubCHI: The driver who hit and killed Hershel Weinberger, 9, last night in West Ridge is a police officer who was off-duty, reports say.

FisherBurton: Best Male Performncs of 2016 J McAvoy-Split A Lawther-Black Mirror: Shut Up/Dance M Shannon-Frank & Lola J Gyllenhaal-Nocturnal Animals A Taylor-Johnson-Noct. Animals A Garfield-Hacksaw Ridge M Shannon-Noct. Animals A Garfield-Silence S Lang-Dont Breathe M Shannon-Elvis & Nixon

PaintedFool: A Memory By Lola Ridge I remember The crackle of the palm trees Over the mooned white roofs of the town… The shining town… And the tender fumbling of the surf On the sulphur-yellow beaches As we sat…a little apart…in the close-pressing night.

aboredlittleboy: can't decide how I feel about this lola ridge poem

JeffreyRothsch3: Wind Rising in the Alleys by Lola Ridge - Poems |

JeffreyRothsch3: About Lola Ridge | Academy of American Poets

JeffreyRothsch3: Wall Street at Night by Lola Ridge - Poems | Academy of American Poets

ExcitedUttRead: Wind Rising in the Alleys by Lola Ridge - Poems |

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extramuss: “July. Silence. Complete silence. The whole world floated.”— Lola Ridge, from To the Many; Collected Poems of Lola Ridge; “Silence,”

LngSakalam: You are full of unshaped dreams. You are laden with beginnings…There is hope in you… — Lola Ridge HAPPY 20TH AMANDA ZAMORA

POETSorg: Do you remember Honey-melon moon Dripping thick sweet light Where Canal Street saunters off by herself among quiet trees? —Lola Ridge

FelwaAlhudaithy: "Lit only by the memories of stars." Lola Ridge, from The Garden; The Ghetto & Other Poems, 1918

BmillsBilly: 4 Poems by Lola Ridge

_mrgrttdn: Lola's care is the best

BokhariFevziye: You are less an image in my mind than a luster I see you in gleams pale as star-light on a gray wall... evanescent as the reflection of a white swan shimmering in broken water. Lola Ridge

LoveCarousel: Electricity by Lola Ridge

LucyLondon7: I now understand why I placed Lola Ridge in the New Zealand section of my List of Female Poets of the First World War. Where to put her? Born in Ireland, lived in NZ, Australia & America. What do you think?

musenz: THE RADICAL Lola Ridge.

johnstonglenn: Dublin-born modernist poet, feminist and anarchist Lola Ridge died in New York OTD in 1941. She was published in leading literary magazines and was American editor for Broom. She worked with Emma Goldman and Margaret Sanger and supported the Irish nationalist cause.

lcby: "...(Do you remember?) All the Red Cross bands on Fifth avenue And bugles in little home towns, And children’s harmonicas bleating AMERICA!" ☆ Lola Ridge [Paintings by Childe Hassam]

POETSorg: Blow through me wind As you blow through apple blossoms... Scatter me in shining petals over the passers-by... Joyously I reunite... sway and gather to myself... —Lola Ridge

Spill_Words: Mother a poem by: Lola Ridge   Your love was like moonlight turning harsh things to beauty, so that little wry souls reflecting each other obliquely as in cracked mirrors . . . beheld in your luminous spirit their

anamolmani: Your love was like moonlight turning harsh things to beauty, so that little wry souls reflecting each other obliquely as in cracked mirrors beheld in your luminous spirit their own reflection, transfigured as in a shining stream, and loved you for what they are not. •Lola Ridge

SwKevDivinistry: Happy Mother’s Day! “Mother,” by Lola Ridge Your love was like moonlight turning harsh things to beauty, so that little wry souls reflecting each other obliquely as in cracked mirrors .. beheld in your luminous spirit their own reflection, transfigured as in a shining stream...

ravenrietveld: Your dreams ache— Lola Ridge, from To the Many; Collected Poems by Lola Ridge; "Potpourri"

guiacarmona1: Inspirada por Lola Ridge of course

yunghijikata: I’m reading a biography of Lola Ridge, Anything That Burns You, and apparently when someone asked Marcel Duchamp (her close friend) what he though of her..he said, “She is not a futurist, she is the future.” I love them both so much.

POETSorg: Come forth, you workers! Let the fires go cold— —Lola Ridge

Liang17842387: Dreams will to light. Lola Ridge

anamolmani: And if we should meet the Snow, Whirling in spirals, And he should blind my eyes. . . Ally, you will defend me— You will hold me close, Blowing on my eyelids. •Lola Ridge

teresesvoboda: Hope Noonan-Stoner celebrates Lola Ridge's take on the seemingly mundane beauty of urban multiculturalism and her stinging criticism of the growing wealth inequality. -- in 1918.

FelwaAlhudaithy: “Your dreams ache–” Lola Ridge, To the Many; Collected Poems of Lola Ridge; 'Potpourri'

daithitoms: Excited to start serious planning for my paper at this year's online Nordic Irish Studies Network conference considering some similarities in the poetries of Lola Ridge and Rudolf Nilsen. I'll also be doing a reading of my own work during an evening session.

Poemas_del_alma: Lola Ridge

dovemaiden: Lola Ridge, from To the Many; Collected Poems of Lola Ridge; “Ghetto,”

R3volution_Art: You are full of unshaped dreams You are laden with beginnings —Lola Ridge, "Wind in the Alleys," Sun-up and Other Poems (1920)

R3volution_Art: She has black-wet hair full of cold lights And a fine-drawn face, too white. All day the power machines Drone in her ears… All day the fine dust flies —Lola Ridge. "The Ghetto," The Ghetto and Other Poems (1918)

textualities21: Hope is up next- A topographical study of diasporic poets. One aspect of her presentation will consider the layered history of Lola Ridge, an Irish American modernistic poet.

Md_2777: Lola-Rose Gough - Centennial vs. Marriotts Ridge | Maryland High School Football - LIVE -

crumb_snatcher_: Ngl this Ridge Racer music slaps harder than my Lola's flip flop.

ireland: Born in Dublin, Lola Ridge spent much of her childhood in New Zealand, before emigrating to the US, settling Greenwich Village. She has come to be recognized as one of the great poets of modern urban America.

IrishLitTimes: I too posted this poem earlier- let us not forget Lola Ridge

IrishLitTimes: Lola Ridge born in Dolphin's Barn, Diblin 1873 was an Irish-American anarchist and modernist poet and an influential editor of avant-garde, feminist, and Marxist publications.

teresesvoboda: Lola Ridge born today 148 years ago. Women were radical poets even then! "Anything That Burns You"

versedotpress: And the faint decayed patchouli - Fragrance of New Orleans Like a dead tube rose Upheld in the warm air... Miraculously whole. —Lola Ridge

daithitoms: Lola Ridge though

WhatsHerNamePC: Our fourth battle today is between Irish-Australian-American modernist poet Lola Ridge

teresesvoboda: Lola Ridge is talking through me during Life Studies: Poets Writing Bios of Poets pre-recorded for AWP March 4 11 a.m. EST but please also check out the small presses

FueledbyLOLZ: a BLT Diner at Lola's Diner in Park Ridge, Illinois

BmillsBilly: The Ghetto, and Other Poems, by Lola Ridge | Elliptical Movements

BmillsBilly: The Ghetto, and Other Poems, by Lola Ridge

jl_wall: It’s also a tour of literary history: Lola Ridge, Charles Reznikoff, Marilynne Robinson, and Michael Oakeshott in dialogue to answer Viet Thanh Nguyen’s call for *more* politics, not less, in American publishing.

FelwaAlhudaithy: “–Where shall I pour my dream?” Lola Ridge, from To The Many; The Collected Poems of L. R.; 'Jaguar'

Nkipserem_98: You are full of unshaped dreams. You are laden with beginnings…There is hope in you… — Lola Ridge

POETSorg: Long vast shapes... cooled and flushed through with darkness... Lidless windows Glazed with a flashy luster From some little pert café chirping up like a sparrow. —Lola Ridge

DLMcGill: “ You are full of unshaped dreams. You are laden with beginnings. There is hope in you…” -Lola Ridge



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