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  • n. Plural form of pantoum.


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  • Everything from your basic haikus and limericks to triolets, aubades, and pantoums.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • I was going to write about pantoums here, but I was waiting for a certain someone not the same someone mentioned above, a different someone to post a pantoum she had written... which she hasn't done yet.

    some pictures

  • But through the long night hours sang soft _pantoums_.

    Malayan Literature

  • "On Love," published in 1998, includes both poems about Hirsch's middle-class Jewish boyhood in Illinois and a series spoken by great poets and thinkers (from Diderot to Baudelaire to Gertrude Stein) who all, in intricate forms like pantoums and sestinas, address the subject of love.

    NYT > Home Page

  • I have 150 sonnets all on Helen Mirren with honourable corgis on their ormolu thrones lifting elegant legs, princesses 'financial resolutions in couplets, concrete pantoums in form of helicopters.

    New Statesman

  • It's no accident that the forms at which Trinidad excels - pantoums, sestinas - do not propel a narrative forward but circle back, repeat, emphasize.

    Old Hag

  • The pantoums that Jenn just wrote about, for example, don't feel like a story.



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