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|Longfellow's baby duds did nothing to enhance his Complete Poems, so you see |
to it that when time comes for The Complete ... He sayeth also: "Every poem must
be made up of lives that are poems. ... as new as foam and as old as the rock.
Hugh Rawson, Margaret Miner - 2006 - 898 pages
|I would define, in brief, the poetry of words as the rhythmical creation of beauty. |
Its sole arbiter is ... 2 —Ralph Waldo Emerson, The Poet, in Essays: Second
Series, 1844 Poetry must be as new as foam, and as old as the rock. —Ralph
Ralph Waldo Emerson, Susan Sutton Smith, Ralph H. Orth - 1994 - 392 pages
|T]l But (Ossian's) & (Taliessin's) & (Regnar's) &£ Isaiah's is. T1othl Poetry must be |
as new as foam, and as old as the rock. - T - l T(9)1oth. Transcendency I I admire
that poetry which is no man's work, — no poet less than the genius of humanity ...
|Eliot, T. S. I take as metaphysical poetry that in which what is ordinarily |
apprehensible only by thought is brought within the grasp of feeling, or that in
which what ... Emerson, Ralph Waldo Poetry must be as new as foam and as old
as the rock.
|Emerson, Ralph Waldo Only poetry inspires poetry. - Emerson, Ralph Waldo |
Painting was called silent poetry and poetry speaking painting. - Emerson, Ralph
Waldo Poetry must be as new as foam and as old as the rock. - Emerson, Ralph ...
|It didn't matter how many others were posting replies to his hotel there in upper-|
state New York. He wrote honestly of his lecture schedule: . . the ... Listen: “Poetry
must be as new as foam, and as old as the rock. I amuse myself often as I walk, ...
|The truth is, she tells us, that the great poet is, in almost every case, both a |
traditionalist and an experimentalist. ... was put in its most succinct form long ago
by Emerson, when he wrote: "Poetry must be as new as foam, and as old as the
David Burak, Roger Gilbert - 2005 - 365 pages
|The poet of "Bacchus" is genuinely possessed, and yet falls (savingly) victim to |
Ananke — he is still human. ... Poetry, Emerson splendidly observed, must be as
new as foam and as old as the rock; he might also have observed that it had
|11 November 1842 • The sky is the daily bread of the eyes. ◦ 25 May 184 • Poetry |
must be new as foam, and as old as the rock. ◦ March 1845 • I owed a magnificent
day to the Bhagavad Gita. It was the first of books; it was as if an empire spoke ...
|The reason why we set so high a value on any poetry --- as often on a line or a |
phrase as on a poem -—is that it is a new work of Nature, as a man is. It must be
new as foam and as old as the rock. But a new verse comes once in a thousand ...
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