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poet

(sometimes when feminine), poetess
a person who writes poetry
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Mallock's characterization identifies Fane with the popular Sapphic, suffering poetess tradition born during the 1820s and 1830s, most often linked to the careers of Letitia Elizabeth Landon (L.
AG Speaking of your long-held interest in a poetess poetics, I'd like to ask you about a transition you recently made in thinking about yourself as a poetess.
She is a Yemeni poetess, writing poems both in Arabic and in English.
The move will come in condemnation of the crimes committed by the Saudi and Manama regimes against the Bahraini people and in commemoration of the martyred poetess, Ayat al-Ghermezi.
A poetess wrote: "Nothing matters that is not made to matter.
Think Dead Poetess Society and you'll get the idea for this by-the-numbers drama.
The poetess shows signs of naivety in the poem 'Prayers', where she says, "I pray to You/Grant me knowledge/Wisdom, health and strength/And make me/Your thankful being/My bounteous God
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The winner of the show, Nasser bin Thoueni Al Ajmi from Kuwait was announced under a canopy of festivities with the youngest finalist ever, Falah Al Mourigi Al Otaibi coming in second place and the internationally-acclaimed poetess Hissa Hilal gaining third place.
A ceremony marking the inauguration of UK-based Pakistani poetess Seemi Berlas's second collection of verses, entitled Baher-e-Kayal, will also be staged at the event.
Macedonian poetess Katica Kulafkova and Romanian poet Dumitru Jon win this year's poetry award, which is bestowed by Association of Writers of Macedonia.
Twentieth Century Boy, I Love To Boogie, The Groover, Telegram Sam, Children of the Revolution, Get It On, the hits were belted out interspersed with some lesser known Bolan tracks such as Lean Love (again from Electric Warrior), New York City (a minor hit sung about a woman with a frog in her hand) and Baby Boomerang, which Danielz informed us was written about punk poetess Patti Smith.