List of poets

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This is an alphabetical list of internationally notable poets.

A[edit]

Ab–Ak[edit]

Al–Am[edit]

An–Aq[edit]

Ar[edit]

As–Az[edit]

B[edit]

Ba[edit]

Be[edit]

Bh–Bl[edit]

Bo–Bri[edit]

Bro–By[edit]

C[edit]

Cab–Cav[edit]

Luís de Camões, one of the best-known poets of the 16th century

Ce–Cl[edit]

Coa–Con[edit]

Coo–Cz[edit]

D[edit]

Da–Dh[edit]

Di–Dr[edit]

Du–Dy[edit]

E[edit]

F[edit]

Fa–Fn[edit]

Fo–Fu[edit]

G[edit]

Ga–Go[edit]

Gr–Gy[edit]

H[edit]

Ha[edit]

He[edit]

Hi–Hy[edit]

I[edit]

J[edit]

K[edit]

Ka–Kh[edit]

Ki–Ky[edit]

L[edit]

La[edit]

Le[edit]

Li–Ly[edit]

M[edit]

Ma[edit]

Mc–Me[edit]

Mi–Mo[edit]

Mu–My[edit]

N[edit]

O[edit]

P[edit]

Pa[edit]

Pe–Pl[edit]

Po–Pu[edit]

Q[edit]

R[edit]

Ra–Re[edit]

Ri–Ry[edit]

S[edit]

Sa–Se[edit]

Sh–Sj[edit]

Sk–Sp[edit]

St–Sz[edit]

T[edit]

Ta–Te[edit]

Th–To[edit]

Tr–Tz[edit]

U[edit]

V[edit]

W[edit]

Wa–Wh[edit]

Wi–Wy[edit]

X[edit]

Y[edit]

Z[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Omar, Mohamed (2001). The Scramble in the Horn of Africa. p. 402. This letter is sent by all the Dervishes, the Amir, and all the Dolbahanta to the Ruler of Berbera.... We are a Government, we have a Sultan, an Amir, and Chiefs, and subjects.... (reply) In his last letter the Mullah pretends to speak in the name of the Dervishes, their Amir (himself), and the Dolbahanta tribes. The letter he intended to establish himself as Ruler of the Dolbahanta