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verse

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a poetic work or poetic works

something likened to poetry, as in form or style

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Other poems came to me after I saw or heard something that rang a chord with me, so I hope this collection of verse will make people laugh, cry or just step back and take another look at themselves.
The title poem of this meditative Pulitzer Prize-nominated collection of verse sets forth the author's aim quite directly: ".
Fallacies, sensibilities and iconographies can be investigated more subtly and thoroughly when references and commentary are delivered in the speakers' voices throughout a frill-length collection of verse.
Filleul was one of a host of minor French poets who flourished in the second half of the 16th century, and published Le Discours, his first collection of verse, in Rouen in 1560.
The Chair, as well as a cash prize of pounds 750, is awarded for a collection of verse in strict measure not over 300 lines.
His collection of verse Departmental Ditties was published when he was 20 years old.
A RARE collection of verse signed by William McGonagall, regarded by many as the "world's worst poet", is to go on sale later this month.
Both adults and children will delight in this whimsical, humorous collection of verse.
The poem was first published in 1941 in a collection of verse called Poems That Touch The Heart.
Les Regrets should thus be seen in a new light, as a collection of verse epistles that experiment with the sense of community on a human and poetic level.
Chrisman's first collection of verse, Children of Empire, was published in 1981 by The Black Scholar Press, and his link to the press probably made the book appear to be a vanity press product.
He foreshadowed the English sonnet sequences with groups of linked sonnets in his first published work, A Hundreth Sundrie Flowres (1573), a collection of verse and prose.
He began his writing career with a collection of verse, In the High Hills (1914).
Walking a fine line between urbane and universal, Jana Prikryl impresses with this debut collection of verse.
In his new collection of verse they won't be disappointed as humour, sadness, poignancy, love and root vegetables jostle for attention.
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