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|Refrain, another poem juxtaposing grackles and nightingales, the nightingale did |
torture, pack, and scratch the ear, ... to say invisible priest in response to
parodistic birds (when elsewhere one defines the poet as the priest of the
invisible), and ...
|Cultural criticism meets poetry memoir—a contemporary master reflects on a life dedicated to poetry.|
|How many patients have gone (and I know the sort of thing I'm about to write |
gives poets a bad name with the general ... Poetry makes. The poet is the priest
of the invisible. — Wallace Stevens Stevens speaking of priests? What does this
|I yearned for the beautiful words of the problem solving I heard in poetry, like the |
poetic equations that Archibald McLeish wrote: “A poem should be equal to: Not
true. ... “The poet is the priest of the invisible,” according to Wallace Stevens.
|And what are we to think about a poetry that bears no traces of suffering, a poetry |
untouched, in both content and form, ... “The poet is the priest of the invisible”: the
invisible that has always already been visible, if only our eyesight was not ...
|In the creative night, where the poet's own voice should be allowed to resound |
after the grackles are gone, there is only ... The very name of the bird and its
sounds indicate the bird's lost song: the nightingale is an invisible priest whose
|The. Priest. of. the. Invisible. "The poet is the priest of the invisible." Wallace |
Stevens. KATHERINE. GREENE. IF IN THE FUTURE the writers of poetry find
themselves influenced more and more by Wallace Stevens, then it will be one of
the best ...
|Madness and Wisdom in Modern Poetry William Pratt ... believed art could |
compensate for the loss of religious belief, and he maintained that the role of the
artist had to become that of the priest, because "the poet is the priest of the
|... and say Invisible priest; is it to eject, to pull The day to pieces and cry stanza |
my stone? ... moon: and not as the fancy personification of a lady named Blanche
34 beats an old tin can: makes music (poetry) out of the ordinary, not on "Apollo's
|one has abandoned a belief in God, poetry is the essence which takes its place |
as life's redemption.” “The major poetic idea in the world is and always has been
the idea of God.” “The poet becomes 'the priest of the invisible.'” Each of these ...