poesy


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a poetic work or poetic works

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VERSATILE Clarke in ITV drama Jericho and, below right, Stephen Dillane and Clemence Poesy in The Tunnel
CAST: Melvil Poupaud, Andre Dussollier, Clemence Poesy, Sophie Cattani
Synopsis: From rough folk-verse to high-flown poesy, from a nine-line rhyme to a six-hundred-line epic, both the style and genre of the poetry in "Eyes Have I That See" covers a broad range of poetic possibility.
Pictured here are (1-r): Clare Waight Keller, Melanie Laurent and Clemence Poesy.
Michael Caine and Clemence Poesy | Hard to believe.
Michael Clemence Poesy Now 81, Caine has six Oscar nominations covering every decade since the 1960s.
Clemence Poesy, muse for the fragrance attended the party, along with Clare Waight Keller, Chloe's creative director and Melanie Laurent, who directed the TV spot which was revealed earlier in the evening.
He participated in local, regional and international poesy evenings .
But it's already been remade, this time as a bilingual French/English version starring Stephen Dillane and Clemence Poesy.
This modern take comes in the form of must-have bag (and shoes), the "Rockstud," worn by celebrities like Alexa Chung, Gwyneth Paltrow and Clemence Poesy and fashion editors like Giovanna Battaglia and Anna Dello Russo.
The pictures and their integration with words are a true extension of the poesy, images, dreams including Maybe and Maybe-not.
Caine has just finished filming his starring role in Mr Morgan's Last Love, with Gillian Anderson of the 'X Files' and Harry Potter's Clemence Poesy.
Eddie Redmayne and Clemence Poesy head the cast as star-crossed lovers Stephen Wraysford and Isabelle Azaire, who meet in France in 1910 when he arrives to learn more about manufacturing from her husband.
Clemence Poesy, aka Fleur Delacour, chose a frilly, white, Nina Ricci dress, which she wore with a black belt and matching heels.
of East Anglia) introduces Philip Sidney's major works (including The Defence of Poesy, Astrophil and Stella, and Arcadia), examining the relationship between the writer and his own conception of his works' function.