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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Keeping all of the people happy all of the time is impossible, so said no less an authority than Abraham Lincoln, who was credited with using the thoughts and words of poet John Lydgate, to express that message.
Through Doc's recollections of his own writing as a dissident poet in the '70s, Monteras highlights the artist’s responsibility to engage with the problems of the world.
The epics of the Greek poet Homer, The Iliad and The Odyssey, have been recited around campfires and scrutinized by students for 2,800 years, if not longer.
Bids for a bust of poet Carl Sandburg didn't reach the foundation's minimum.
Patterson also recommends kids read the work of Illinois poet Gwendolyn Brooks, particularly Annie Allen, about a girl growing up in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood.
Simon has long combined the soul of a poet with the inquisitive sense of a musicologist, and those instincts were on full display Sunday.
The book, as poet Walt Whitman might have said, contained multitudes.
As a poet, a lover of black comedy and a hip-hop head, many of my friends have careers because Russell Simmons’ Def Jam gave these art forms an international platform.
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Definition of poet for English Language Learners
: a person who writes poems
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