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poet

(sometimes when feminine), poetess
a person who writes poetry
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Prof Dr Muhammad Qasim Bughio lauded the literary contribution of the late poetess, adding that she was still alive in the hearts and minds of people and her literary contribution would long be remembered.
Prominent among those who spoke on the occasion were: poetess Saba Mumtaz Bano, Vice President AABS Chaudhry Maqsood, Hassan Islam, writer
Chandigarh A three-day 17th All-India Poetess Conference (AIPC) commenced at Punjab Arts Council campus here on Thursday.
The 20 NIS banknote with Rachel the Poetess (1890 – 1931), the matriarch of modern Hebrew poetry, includes vistas of her beloved Sea of Galilee shoreline, palm trees, and verses from her signature poem "Kinneret.
In addition to being a social reformist, Phule was also a poetess and wrote many poems against discrimination as well as some promoting education.
GETTING LYRICAL: Held at Katara Art Centre, the evening saw a wave of applause for the participants, including Emirati poetess Afra Atiq who flew down from the UAE just for the event.
The poetess has not left anyone or anything unattended.
Would-be poet Damis has fallen for the works of a mysterious Breton poetess, not knowing she is really his host, middle-aged gentlemen Francalou.
NEARLY eight years after UP minister Amar Mani Tripathi and his wife Madhu Mani were sentenced to life for the killing of poetess Madhumita Shukla, the family is back in the news.
The Miladinov Brothers award for best book of poetry published in Macedonian between two festival editions was awarded to the poetess Violeta Tanceva-Zlateva, the Bridges of Struga award for best debut poetry book by a young foreign poet was awarded to the Spanish poetess Paula Bozalongo and the Enhalon award for best poem by a young poet from Macedonia read at the Festival was presented to poetess Afrodita Nikolova for her poem "The Gust of Wind".
The Cultural evening will host tomorrow the poetess Hamda Khamis and Emirati poetess Abeer al- Braiki, in addition to the participation of a group of Omani poets.
Ledbury was home to poetess Elizabeth Barrett Browning and the birthplace of poet laureate John Masefield, after whom the local secondary school is named.