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Joachim du Bellay
I do not write of love: I am no lover. I do not write of beauty: I have no woman. I do not write of gentleness but the human rudeness I see. And my...Rate it:

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If Only
Kurt Philip Behm
If only to write the way a new wave breaks If only to write the way a rainbow forms If only to write the way the moonlight calls If only ...Rate it:

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Poems to Mulgrave and Scroope
Lord John Wilmot
Deare Friend. I heare this Towne does soe abound, With sawcy Censurers, that faults are found, With what of late wee (in Poetique Rage) Bestow...Rate it:

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Questions
Bertolt Brecht
Write me what you're wearing! Is it warm? Write me how you lie! Do you lie there softly? Write me how you look! Is it still the same? Write me what...Rate it:

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Bequeathal
Roderic Quinn
THE night-birds cry in the bush outside, And I write here, though the hour be late; And what shall I write of the man who died? 'He gave his gold t...Rate it:

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The Writer's Dream
Henry Lawson
A writer wrote of the hearts of men, and he followed their tracks afar; For his was a spirit that forced his pen to write of the things that are. H...Rate it:

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Wanted — A Theme
Grace Greenwood
THE spring is here again, mother! she bursts upon our sight, Like a young girl in her bridal dress, all bloom, and love, and light; The birds fro...Rate it:

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The Court of Love
Geoffrey Chaucer
With timorous heart, and trembling hand of dread, Of cunning* naked, bare of eloquence, *skill Unto the *flow'r of port in womanhead* *one who is t...Rate it:

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An Assurance
Nicholas Breton
Say that I should say I love ye, Would you say 'tis but a saying? But if love in prayers move ye, Will ye not be moved with praying? Think I thin...Rate it:

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Another Of The Same (A Report Song In A Dream)
Nicholas Breton
Say that I should say I love ye, Would you say 'tis but a saying? But if Love in prayers move ye, Will ye not be moved with praying? Think I think...Rate it:

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On The Road
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
October, and eleven after dark: Both mist and night. Among us in the coach Packed heat on which the windows have been shut: Our backs unto the m...Rate it:

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When The Fates Allow
Kurt Philip Behm
I don’t write Sonnets, or Limerick verse I don’t write Haiku, though often terse I don’t write Ballads, or Horacian Odes I don’t write Par...Rate it:

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Within The Moment
Kurt Philip Behm
Write it big Write it strong Write it eternal, …a poets song Make your words clear Make right from wrong The message short, …the meaning long Thi...Rate it:

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The Poet And Me
Amanda D Shelton
A dream is a flight of fancy, a whisper of none reality. A dream is also a view of possibly. My dreams are of poetry. Upon a marrow, I learned...Rate it:

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101 — 401
Kurt Philip Behm
Poetry 101: “Write what you know—write what you feel” Poetry 401: “Write what you know—write what you feel” (Villanova Pennsylvania: July, 2016)Rate it:

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101-401
Kurt Philip Behm
Poetry 101: ‘Write what you know, write what you feel’ Poetry 401: ‘Write what you know, write what you feel’ (Villanova Pennsylvania: July, 2016)Rate it:

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An Essay on Criticism
Alexander Pope
Part I INTRODUCTION. That it is as great a fault to judge ill as to write ill, and a more dangerous one to the public. That a true Taste is as rar...Rate it:

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Authorship
Rabindranath Tagore
You say that father write a lot of books, but what he write I don't understand. He was reading to you all the evening, but could you really mak...Rate it:

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Father's Letter
Eugene Field
I 'm going to write a letter to our oldest boy who went Out West last spring to practise law and run for president; I 'll tell him all the gossip I...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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In The Look
Kurt Philip Behm
First I write the story, then I write the book Related but still different —not to be mistook First I write the story, then I write the book ...Rate it:

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Protogenes And Apelles
Matthew Prior
When poets wrote and painters drew As Nature pointed out the view, Ere Gothic forms were known in Greece To spoil the well-proportion'd piece; And ...Rate it:

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The Argument Of His Book
Robert Herrick
THE ARGUMENT OF HIS BOOK I sing of brooks, of blossoms, birds, and bowers, Of April, May, of June, and July flowers. I sing of May-poles, hock-cart...Rate it:

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The Ballade Of The Average Reader
Franklin P. Adams
I try to touch the public taste, For thus I earn my daily bread. I try to write what folks will paste In scrap books after I am dead. By Publ...Rate it:

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The Candidate
Charles Churchill
This poem was written in , on occasion of the contest between the Earls of Hardwicke and Sandwich for the High-stewardship of the University of Cam...Rate it:

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