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#2956 Henrik Ibsen

An unromantic poem I mean to make Of one who only lives for duty's sake. .

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#6374 Henry David Thoreau

A poem is one undivided unimpeded expression fallen ripe into , and it is undividedly and unimpededly received by those for whom it was matured. .

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#8568 Samuel Johnson

GRUBSTREET — The name of a street near Moorsfield, London, much inhabited by writers of small histories, dictionaries, and temporary poems. .

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#13393 George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans)

A poem based on the biblical character- .

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#13470 T. S. Eliot

No verse is free for the man who wants to do a good job....Poetry..remains one person talking to another....no poet can write a poem of amplitude unless he is the master of the prosaic. .

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#14315 Robert Frost

The third poem from the 1915 republished .

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#14338 Robert Frost

Robert Frost's 1939 Essay ; Preface to Collected Poems .

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#19070 Henry Ward Beecher

The one great poem of New England is her Sunday. .

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#24929 Steven Wright

When I first read the dictionary, I thought it was a long poem about everything. .

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#26075 Fernando Pessoa

If a man can only write well when drunk, I'll tell him: get drunk. And if he tells me that his liver suffers with it, I'll answer: what's your liver? It's a dead thing that lives as long as you live, and the poems you'll write will live without a as long as. .

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#27517 Samuel Butler (novelist)

This poem [The Ancient Mariner] would not have taken so well if it had been called “The Old Sailor.” .

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#29568 Edgar Allan Poe

Beauty is the sole legitimate province of the poem. .

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#32903 Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Thou hast thy calling to some palace-floor, Most gracious singer of high poems! where The dancers will break footing, from the care Of watching up thy pregnant lips for more. .

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#33118 Emily Dickinson

Collected Poems, ed. Fall River Press, 1993 .

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#33159 Emily Dickinson

The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, ed. Thomas H. Johnson. Little, Brown and Co., 1960 .

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#38399 Virginia Woolf

I would venture to guess than Anon, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman. .

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#38610 Gore Vidal

There is something about a bureaucrat that does not like a poem. .

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#44660 Hanshan

NOTE: The following poem, translated by D. T. Suzuki, is not a complete Han-shan poem. It is lines 3-8 of a 14 line poem, numbered 271 by Red Pine. .

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#44664 Hanshan

Note: The following three poems are examples of Han-shan's three word per line poems. They are literal translations, word for word, and illustrate a simple childlike side of the old poet: .

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#44668 Hanshan

Note: The following two playful five word per line poems are also literal translations. .

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#44679 Hanshan

If your house has Cold Mountain poems They are better for you than sutras Hang them up where you can see them Read them and read them again .

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#48024 Richard Brautigan

Dell Publishing (Delta), 1968 (Some poems in this edition first appeared elsewhere.) .

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#48028 Richard Brautigan

Dell Publishing (Delta), 1970 (Some poems in this edition first appeared elsewhere.) .

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#49936 Kurt Vonnegut

As for literaryin general: I have long felt that any reviewer who expresses rage and loathing for a novel or a play or a poem is preposterous. He or she is like a person who has put on full armor and attacked a hot fudge sundae or a banana split. .

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#51934 M. H. Abrams

If you read quickly to get through a poem to what it means, you have missed the body of the poem. .

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#57566 A. R. Ammons

Each poem in becoming generates the laws by which it is generated: extensions of the laws to other poems never completely take. .

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#59491 David Antin

The ancient Greek oral poets all had this anxiety about the deficiencies of their memories and always began poems by praying to the Muse to help them remember. .

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#61656 John Ashbery

I like poems you can tack all over with a hammer and there are no hollow places. .

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#69346 John Barton

No poem is easily grasped; so why should any reader expect fast results? .

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#69357 John Barton

To me many short poems read and write like beginnings that simply whet my appetite; I want to get over that. .

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