Examples of poet in a Sentence
Emily Dickinson is famous as the poet who rarely left the house but often journeyed to the depths of the human heart.
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Though Lax’s works can be found on Amazon.com, Smith had to consult the poet’s estate in upstate New York for deeper exploration of what was often called a reclusive literary figure (though that element of his life is thought to be exaggerated).
Their ranks include poets like Layli Long Soldier, Natalie Diaz, Joshua Whitehead and Tommy Pico, and the essayists and memoirists Elissa Washuta and Terese Marie Mailhot.
On Sunday, June 3, at 3 p.m., poets Joan Hofmann and John Surowiecki will give a free reading at Charter Oak Cultural Center, 21 Charter Oak Ave.
Which means, there would be poets from the west as well as the east coast as well as the middle, and men and women, and that would shake out, hopefully, to some kind of parity, representative of what the population is like at large.
No poet has ever been to the lunar surface, nor any journalist, architect nor songwriter.
Still, Kidder did take some pride in aspects of her disease, noting that Lord Byron, her favorite poet, and novelist Thomas Wolfe also had bipolar disorder.
Designed for painter Robert Chuey and his wife, poet Josephine Ain Chuey, the single-story home has two bedrooms and one bathroom within its 1,900 square feet of living space.
The independent movies are so far ahead now that there’s even a revisionist look at Fidel Castro, from inside the island and using the words of one his one-time admirers, poet Rafael Alcides.
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: a person who writes poems
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