What are modern day poets?

Some articles on modern day poets, day, days:

Joel Turner (musician) - Life and Career - Move To Hardwax, Out of The Box and Assault (2006–2008)
... of 2005 and into 2006, Turner continued to perform gigs with both the Modern Day Poets and Attention Deficit Disaudio partner Tom Thumb, notably appearing on stage at a ... Salon exhibitions, and the 2006 Gold Coast Big Day Out ... a televised performance with his band and special guest Axle Whitehead at the Australia Day Live Concert in Canberra ...
Joel Turner And The Modern Day Poets With The Beatbox Alliance
... Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets with the Beatbox Alliance is a DVD released by Australian hip hop musician Joel Turner ... DVD is a 50-minute documentary chronicling the national tour undertaken by Turner, the Modern Day Poets (MDP) and the Beatbox Alliance in early 2005 ...
ARIA Music Awards Of 2005 - Awards - ARIA Awards
... Lee – "Catch My Disease" Evermore – "For One Day" Missy Higgins – "The Special Two" Thirsty Merc – "Someday, Someday" Wolfmother – "Woman" Best Male Artist Ben Lee – Awake Is the ... the New Sleep Architecture in Helsinki – In Case We Die Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets – Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets Lior – Autumn Flow The Waifs – A Brief History.. ... Right! Right! Hoodoo Gurus – Tunnel Vision Powderfinger – These Days Live in Concert The Dissociatives – Sydney Circa 2004/2008 Various Artists – WaveAid ...

Famous quotes containing the words poets, modern and/or day:

    For just as poets love their own works, and fathers their own children, in the same way those who have created a fortune value their money, not merely for its uses, like other persons, but because it is their own production. This makes them moreover disagreeable companions, because they will praise nothing but riches.
    Plato (c. 427–347 B.C.)

    So all that is said of the wise man by Stoic or Oriental or modern essayist, describes to each reader his own idea, describes his unattained but attainable self.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    That is mere sentimentality that lies abed by day and thinks itself white, far from the tan and callus of experience.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)