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Critic and Poet: an Epilogue
Emma Lazarus
("Poetry must be simple, sensuous, or impassioned; this man is neither simple, sensuous, nor impassioned; therefore he is not a poet") No man had ...Rate it:

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Epilogue--To The Poet's Sitter
Francis Thompson
Wherein he excuseth himself for the manner of the Portrait. Alas! now wilt thou chide, and say (I deem), My figured descant hides the simple theme...Rate it:

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The Dilettante And The Critic
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
A BOY a pigeon once possess'd, In gay and brilliant plumage dress'd; He loved it well, and in boyish sport Its food to take from his mouth he taugh...Rate it:

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The Wicket Cricket Critic
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
If the cricket critics' nagging Merits stern official gagging Which I doubt How would critical ascetics, With their prosy homiletics, Shut it ou...Rate it:

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The Critic
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
I HAD a fellow as my guest, Not knowing he was such a pest, And gave him just my usual fare; He ate his fill of what was there, And for desert my ...Rate it:

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To A Captious Critic
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Dear critic, who my lightness so deplores, Would I might study to be prince of bores, Right wisely would I rule that dull estate-- But, sir, I may ...Rate it:

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Who Cricizes The Critic ?
Mario William Vitale
yet let me tell you your just a jealous little Fuck you see you have to harp on the timid to get your point across it is no tragic loss if you ju...Rate it:

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For A Certain Critic
Ambrose Bierce
Let lowly themes engage my humble pen Stupidities of critics, not of men. Be it mine once more the maunderings to trace Of the expounders' self-dir...Rate it:

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Dr. Critic Killjoy
Mario William Vitale
kick a poet down before he or she is dead look at all their grammatical errors & failures never look at the beauty inside think of wrecking the...Rate it:

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An Art Critic
Ambrose Bierce
Ira P. Rankin, you've a nasal name I'll sound it through 'the speaking-trump of fame,' And wondering nations, hearing from afar The brazen twang of...Rate it:

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To an Ungentle Critic
Robert Graves
The great sun sinks behind the town Through a red mist of Volnay wine.... But what’s the use of setting down That glorious blaze behind the town...Rate it:

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Lines To A Critic
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. Honey from silkworms who can gather, Or silk from the yellow bee? The grass may grow in winter weather As soon as hate in me. II. Hate men who ...Rate it:

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A Critic
Ambrose Bierce
That from _you_, neighbor! to whose vacant lot Each rhyming literary knacker scourges His cart-compelling Pegasus to trot, As folly, fame or famine...Rate it:

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A Critic
Walter Savage Landor
With much ado you fail to tell The requisites for writing well; But, what bad writing is, you quite Have proved by every line you write. Rate it:

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To A Critic Of Tennyson
Ambrose Bierce
Affronting fool, subdue your transient light; When Wisdom's dull dares Folly to be bright: If Genius stumble in the path to fame, 'Tis decency in d...Rate it:

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Epilogue To Tancred And Sigismunda
James Thomson
Cramm'd to the throat with wholesome moral stuff, Alas! poor audience! you have had enough. Was ever hapless heroine of a play In such a piteous...Rate it:

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The Canterbury Tales; EPILOGUE
Geoffrey Chaucer
Part 17 EPILOGUE The wordes of the Hoost to the Phisicien and the Pardoner. Oure Hooste gan to swere as he were wood; 'Harrow!' quod he, 'by nay...Rate it:

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Epilogue to Agamemnon
James Thomson
Our bard, to modern epilogue a foe, Thinks such mean mirth but deadens generous woe; Dispels in idle air the moral sigh, And wipes the tender te...Rate it:

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Epilogue to The Husband His Own Cuckold
John Dryden
Like some raw sophister that mounts the pulpit, So trembles a young poet at a full pit. Unused to crowds, the parson quakes for fear, And wonder...Rate it:

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An Epilogue
John Dryden
You saw your wife was chaste, yet throughly tried, And, without doubt, you are hugely edified; For, like our hero, whom we showed to-day, You th...Rate it:

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Epilogue To Lessing's Laocooen
Matthew Arnold
One morn as through Hyde Park we walk'd, My friend and I, by chance we talk'd Of Lessing's famed Laocooen; And after we awhile had gone In Lessing...Rate it:

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Epilogue To A Comedy Acted At Bath,
Mary Barber
Ladies, this Entertainment we have shown, Has not been rightly suited, I must own. Heroic Virtue should have been display'd, And Homage to heroic V...Rate it:

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Epilogue
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Between the wave-ridge and the strand I let you forth in sight of land, Songs that with storm-crossed wings and eyes Strain eastward till the d...Rate it:

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Epilogue: 1908
Christopher John Brennan
The droning tram swings westward: shrill the wire sings overhead, and chill midwinter draughts rattle the glass that shows the dusking way I pass t...Rate it:

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Epilogue II
Madison Julius Cawein
When dusk falls cool as a rained-on rose, And a tawny tower the twilight shows, With the crescent moon, the silver moon, the curved new moon in a s...Rate it:

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