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Zoran54873135: New artwork for sale! - "Lola Ridge" -

geekingthething: I'll continue doing Anything That Burns You, a biography of Lola Ridge, who I'd never heard of before. But reading about activist women seems the right thing right now.

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

teresesvoboda: Don't forget the Jewish ghetto in NYC and Lola Ridge.

amie_zimmerman: Me & Lola Ridge over here trying to work out our gnostic praxis.

nandanadevsen: “Secrets… did I snare you on my sharper edges as a bird flying through cobwebbed trees at sun-up carries off spiders on its wings? Secrets, running over my soul without sound only when dawn comes tip-toeing… like breath shapes in frosty air, I shall overhear you” —Lola Ridge

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

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

1AndrewCollard: Lola Ridge, 1918

mindahome: Bracken Ridge, Queensland: Starts on 12 Jul 2022, duration 18 days. My wife and I share our house with our 2 little boys (2 months old and 3 years old), a 7 year old border collie x named Lola, a 7 year old Boxer named Loki and a 15 year old turtle.…

HarryWatson63: '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...

ErinMorreale: “A pale pink dream trembles about this young girl’s body, draping it like a glowing aura.” — Lola Ridge, from To the Many; Collected Poems of Lola Ridge; “Spring,”

_francisxz: lola's lambing is the best, right?

MacDowell1907: 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... … From "Thaw," by Lola Ridge (MF 20)

Lola_Preece16: Hacksaw Ridge

DeadPoetsDaily: ‘The Fiddler’ by Lola Ridge ($)

LoveCarousel: North Wind by Lola Ridge

min6yuwon: You are full of unshaped dreams. You are laden with beginnings…There is hope in you… - Lola Ridge

classwithdavey: Lola Ridge’s ‘To Larkin’ (not Philip Larkin) and other poems.

nemoloris: Teaching some Lola Ridge tomorrow, that great Irish left modernist so ignored for so long by the folks back home.

SeanDComposer: The invasion of Ukraine means more children are likely to be killed in the crossfire of war. The Irish poet Lola Ridge portrayed this horror in 'Snow Dance for the Dead', about the Russian revolution, in a warning to us now.

laetaredublin: 'Seán Doherty’s setting of [Lola Ridge's poem, Under-Song] is a little miracle, a held-breath response delivered with great beauty and depth by the 36-strong chamber choir Laetare Vocal Ensemble.' Review of Ghost Songs in Fanfare Magazine (US):

GkhanYa22646543: “All through November she had been kissing phantoms.” Lola Ridge | Beauty Stained |To the Many; Collected Poems of Lola Ridge

mintalviharju83: There is an alchemy in sorrow. It can be transmuted into wisdom, which, if it does not bring joy, can yet bring happinessarl S. Buck You are full of unshaped dreams. You are laden with beginnings…There is hope in you…Lola Ridge

jdsctt: 3) Modernity/Modernism. Looking at lesser known figures from late 18th/early 19th century & trying to generate creative writing from their own practices. Gwendolyn Bennett, Jean Toomer, Mina Loy, Djuna Barnes, Lola Ridge, Anna Akhmatova, C. P. Cavafy, Georgia Douglas Johnson…

yonderlywagon: 'Interim' by Lola Ridge in Reliquiae Journal (Volume Five)

POETSorg: And we both look askance at the snowed-in people Thinking me one of them. —Lola Ridge

ApiaryOrchards: Elkhorn originated on the farm of Jessie Cox near Pea Ridge. Extinct for years, it's been rediscovered in Washington St. I've scions coming this spring, had one growing last year, but Remy Bo accidentally broke it. Also, Lola Queen grafts turned out great, 5 to move this year.

LolaOduwole: House prices rise in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows by more than 30%

elf_shot: As tiny creatures came out of their doors To see God pouring light into his star. It seemed life held No future and no past for me but this. And I too got up stiffly from the earth And held my heart up like a cup. From 'Dawn' by Lola Ridge, 1918

ridge_gin: I know my lola would be proud of me ;((

SCPD7thPrecinct: Animal cruelty will not be tolerated! A 7th Precinct Crime Section officer arrested a Ridge woman and charged her with Torturing, Injuring and Not Feeding an Animal, a class A misdemeanor. Lola is now on the road to recovery. Follow us on Instagram for more!

sierraavalanche: Lola Ridge / Independence Lake Observations

ChrisBedell: Will and Sonny, Eric and Nicole, JJ and Theresa, Chad and Gabi, Steffy and Liam, Kyle and Lola, Luke and Noah, Taylor and Ridge, Lucas and Sami

planthollywood: The earth is motionless And poised in space … A great bird resting in its flight Between the alleys of the stars. It is the wind’s hour off …. The wind has nestled down among the corn …. The two speak privately together, Awaiting the whirr of wings. Lola Ridge 187301941

robertsnickc: ‘An Old Workman’ Warped... gland-dry... With spine askew And body shrunken into half its space... Well-used as some cracked paving-stone... Bearing on his grimed and pitted front A stamp... as of innumerable feet. Lola Ridge

v_rossouw3: "Where shall I pour my dream?" - Lola Ridge, Jaguar

robertsnickc: ‘An Old Workman’ Warped... gland-dry... With spine askew And body shrunken into half its space... Well-used as some cracked paving-stone... Bearing on his grimed and pitted front A stamp... as of innumerable feet. Lola Ridge

wherrypilgrim: "And that strange vibration at the roots of us … Desire, fierce, like a song …" One of America's most original writers of the early 20th c., Lola Ridge, born Dec. 12, 1873:

Miss_maquillage: Art advances between two chasms, which are frivolity and propaganda. On the ridge where the great artist moves forward, every step is an adventure, an extreme risk. In that risk, however, and only there, lies the freedom of art. (Albert Camus)

POETSorg: Heave up, river… Vomit back into the darkness your spawn of light… The night will gut what you give her. —Lola Ridge

CJAPieters: “I call upon you, workers.  It is not yet light  But I beat upon your doors.  You say you await the Dawn But I say you are the Dawn.  Come, in your irresistible unspent force  And make new light upon the mountains.” (Lola Ridge, Reveille)

romecsd: Ridge Mills students, Lola and Brooke were awarded 2nd and 3rd places (runner ups) in the International Peace Poster Contest sponsored by the Rome Lions Club. "We are all connected was the theme for the poster contest, said Art Teacher, Mary Kernan

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

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JeffreyRothsch3: About Lola Ridge | Academy of American Poets

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

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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



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