- n. Plural form of poem.
“Such poems, observes Voltaire, are frequently entitled "_sacred poems_;" and”
“The money I make from publishing my poems is absurdly little.”
“The difference or continuity of this scenario of simulation with the method and meaning of Wordsworth's other poems is a matter for important critical reflection.”
“In 1867 she began writing compositions which she called poems; the best-known is called "Holy Home.”
“The real poems, (what we call poems being merely pictures,)”
“I started to write again – poems and reflections that I had not attempted for quite some time.”
“At present the sale of the poems is diminish'd; and I hardly know what is not diminishd except the public debt.”
“Does your work inspire certain poems or influence your poetry at all?”
“The impact of Ariel was dramatic, with its potentially autobiographical descriptions of mental illness in poems such as, “Tulips”, “Daddy” and “Lady Lazarus”.”
“Check out the AR site for sample poems from the issue and ordering info.”
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from the poetry and prose of walt whitman
Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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