yea same here. Though I'm only an high school Freshman, I've done/am doing a report on him for a speech topic and I've been unable to find too much information on him about certain points and subjects. I may not be an Eliot Scholar or dealing with professional poetry, but I am very much interested in poetry and if you've got any tips please suggest them to my e-mail address- firstname.lastname@example.org Researching on ELiot has helped and inspired me much, but since I'm still a late started poet I'm having a bit of difficulty understanding what exactly makes a poem. I've thought it over many a time, but it still hasn't clicked. I keep thinking of this phrase/verse Eliot had said/wrote: Poetry is not the turning lose of emotions, but an escape from emotions; it is not the expression of personality, but an escape from personality. But, of course, only those who have personality and emotions knows what it means to want to escape from these things.-T. S. Eliot
I just kind of figured that possibly people that like and are doing research on T. S. ELiot might be a bit interested and influenced into poetry.