Poems Inspired By Heidegger Links


This page contains links to poems on the internet inspired by the German philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889-1976).


The links below are ordered chronologically with the most recent additions at the top.


A book of poems

Fieldpath and Forest Trail [MSWord]

and a poem

Heidegger's Hoose [MSWord]

Andrew McCallum

poetically man dwalls
leavin no juist mairks buit meanins


Any Why

Why is there anything rather than nothing?

k-e.luoto


Today I Exist,

Approaching Midnight and Senses,

The Beautiful Garden of Death,

Time,

and

Time and Being

David Francis Smith


After Seit und Sein: MARILYN MONROE IN OMAHA

a poem by

Mary K. Stillwell


Lines written for Martin Heidegger

Mary and Heidegger

Douglas Clark


Dasein

David Sutherland


Bill Marra's Ode to Heidegger

Bill Marra


In The Margins of a Book by Heidegger

John Latta


Heidegger in Alaska

Anne Zuckerman


existentialism

John


Step Dance

Stephen Brockwell


Someone sent me a poem and I deleted the mail--entirely my user error, neither Bill Gates nor the poem were at fault. If you sent me a poem, and don't see it here, please send me the URL again.


Charade

Jean-Philippe Guéant


Heidegger Poem

Abe Moore


Re: Heidegger & OCD

selah


In Defense of a Seer

Dexter Allen


A Much Updated Ruin

J. B. Sclisizzi

in Para Ethos


A Conversation with Martin Heidegger

An Original Poem in English by

Van K. Brock

From Mudlark: En Electronic Journal of Poetry & Poetics


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Created 1997/10/12
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