Category Archives: Poetry in Motion

Last Stop For Subway Poesy

The MTA is likely scrapping its “Train of Thought” placards on the subways, a program that has offered riders a taste of prose, in one form or another, since the dark days of 1992. The program started out as “Poetry in Motion,” notes … Continue reading

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MTA “Picks” Subway Poetry

Today’s NY Times says the MTA will salute W.H. Auden, who split his time between his native England and New York, with some subterranean poetry to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the poet’s birth. I think it’s a good idea, … Continue reading

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MTA “Picks” Subway Poetry

Today’s NY Times says the MTA will salute W.H. Auden, who split his time between his native England and New York, with some subterranean poetry to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the poet’s birth. I think it’s a good idea, … Continue reading

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