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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Live entertainment by musicians, poets and creatives.
Todd, best know for editing the works of poet Emily Dickinson, penned this stirring account of eclipse totality:
The Making of the English Working Class), Paul Foot’s Red Shelley (as in the poet Percy Bysshe), William Blake, and the rest of the English radical tradition had risen from the embers.
The book was first published in 1947, at which time Brown was living with the poet Michael Strange in Manhattan in a small cottage called Cobble Court.
In an Instagram post this weekend, Lawson shared a few choice stanzas by the 13th-century poet Rumi, seemingly an indirect way of confirming that was Beyoncé and Jay Z's inspiration behind the moniker for Rumi Carter.
Baraka was a poet, playwright and political activist.
McClure's choleric Nick and Grisetti's sensitive-poet Nigel balance each other nicely.
Spend an evening with Kentucky’s new poet laureate, Frederick Smock, on Tuesday, July 11 at the Louisville Free Public Library, 301 York St. Smock is a Louisville native and a professor of English at Bellarmine University.
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Origin and Etymology of poet
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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: a person who writes poems
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