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346- Later, at a “poet party,” as she and Elijah call it, she goes on a rant to her writing workshop classmates.

347- Lesbos, as you probably know, was also the home of the ancient Greek poet Sappho, who addressed some love lyrics to girls.

348- Like the 2001 film, the musical will weave 20th century pop standards with original tunes; contemporary hits popularized since the movie’s release will also help tell the story of the star-crossed poet Christian and cabaret performer Satine.

349- Likewise, this year, a different poet returned to share news of her recent first publication-in a well respected journal and at age 17, no less.

350- Linda at teacherdance It’s always terrific when a poet looks at everything with new eyes, & makes us look too.

351- Lisa urges her teacher to talk about an affair she had years earlier with the poet Delmore Schwartz, then uses what she learns for her own purposes.

352- Listen to the precise cadences as the poet reads this seasonal poem and an additional poem, titled The poetry People can be found at The Miss Rumphius Effect.

353- Lonepsi, also known as Lindo Gargiulo his real name, could be mistaken for a poet as his inspiration stems from many romantic writers of the 19th century (as in “Le Chien et Le Flacon”).

354- Mansfield weaves personal memoir with clear scientific discussion and quotes such famous thinkers and writers as Steven Weinberg, Jane Goodall, Joseph Campbell, C. G. Jung, Nelson Mandela, Robert Frost, and the Sufi poet Rumi.

355- Marianne Ihlen was muse to poet-songwriter Leonard Cohen, whose well-known song is the title of this book.

356- Meet the artists Emma Ciereszynski is a poet and somewhat-artist in/on/under/across Montréal.

357- Memoirist, poet, and fiction writer uses portfolio projects to showcase six books on his homepage.

358- Men “in time” are saved, men “out of time” are lost, and it is up to the poet to record that loss: of only one man, who nevertheless continues to haunt the poem and its speaker, who becomes the totem and impetus behind that bitter, unpatriotic conclusion.

359- Merton, a talented writer (and poet), spoke movingly about being lost and slowly finding his way to his vocation as a monk.

360- Mr. Obama’s poet, Richard Blanco, was the first Hispanic to recite the inaugural poem.

361- My favorite poem about mothers and daughters is “,” written by the Irish poet, Eavan Boland.

362- Named in honor of memoirist, novelist and poet May Sarton, the awards are limited to submissions originally written in English and published by small/independent publishers, university presses and author-publishers (self-publishing authors).

363- Nature poet John Clare, struggling with alcoholism and depression, is ensconced at the mental asylum High Beach.

364- Nelly Sachs, German poet and dramatist who became a poignant spokesperson for the grief and yearnings of her fellow Jews.

365- No poet so embodied the spirit of this brilliant poetical age as did al-Mu’tamid, the poet-king of Seville, who lived from 1040 to 1095.

366- Notes: Letters to a Young poet – Letter 2 - Written between 1902 and 1908, “Letters To A Young poet are ten letters written to a young man about to enter the German military.

367- Not even a poet can speak the whole truth.

368- Nothing comes up on a google search except for your website and the gravestone text of the poet.

369- Now her governor, Mark Sanford, has taken that line of thinking one step further: He told Fox’s great poet Glenn Beck that taking stimulus funds to fix schools like Bethea’s would be “fiscal child abuse,” while rejecting the funds helps kids.

370- Of course, if I said that to my black poet-radical in 1939, he would remind me with a look of disdain that I would not have been allowed to sit at a table in the Cotton Club.

371- O’Leary acknowledges that Samperi is obscure, and the choice to begin with a relatively minor poet might frame such an inquiry in unfortunate terms: Perhaps religious poetry is provincial, if its examples are relatively unknown?

372- On another day, bring in a local poet to conduct a poetry workshop with your students and the seniors, perhaps working off of special artifacts and photographs from participants’ lives.

373- Once readers allow that a poem can be understood “correctly” more than one way (intuitively, contextually, critically, artistically, etc.), they get poetry just as well as any practicing poet.

374- One additional poet is yet to be announced.

375- Only a true poet could achieve such a feat.”

376- ON SCREEN TEXT: poet A woman with her hair in a bun smiles as she stands before the red stairwell.

377- On the banks of the Tigris River in modern-day Baghdad runs a street named after the great poet; casinos and night clubs have sprouted and you can order there, cooked on spikes over a real wood fire.

378- On the endpapers, quotes from the poet and essayist encourage both an inner life (“Insist on ; never imitate”) and a life looking beyond oneself (” the day.

379- On Wednesday, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that Danielle Legros Georges is the city’s next poet laureate, having been “selected by a diverse and distinguished search committee from a wide range of talented applicants.”

380- Or a poet could speak to it the way that it speaks and Eno will understand because it’s built to understand natural language.

381- Pat Mora, a renowned poet of works for both children and adults, helped establish April 30th as Día de los niños/Día de los libros (Day of the Children/Day of the Books).

382- Philip Gourevitch has called author David Van Reybrouck “the real deal” and the editor notes that he’s a literary Renaissance man-historian, op-ed writer, novelist, playwright, and poet fluent in a number of languages.

383- Pick and Shovel poet is an interesting story because of its subject.

384- poet and playwright, lyricist and composer, jazz innovator and rapper-Weldon Irvine did it all.

385- poet Emily Dickinson died at age 55.

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