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A poem entitled " It won't be my fault if I die an Old Maid ", containing the lines " Remember no thought to a girl is so dread / As the terrible one — She may die an Old Maid.
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Even his old literary home, Punch, where the When We Were Very Young verses had first appeared, was ultimately to reject him, as Christopher Milne details in his autobiography The Enchanted Places, although Methuen continued to publish whatever Milne wrote, including the long poem ' The Norman Church ' and an assembly of articles entitled Year In, Year Out ( which Milne likened to a benefit night for the author ).
The origin of the nickname appears to be a poem entitled “ The Pilgrims At Home ” written by Edwin Fitzwilliam that was sung at the 1907 home opener (“ Rory O ’ More ” melody ).
* Archibald MacLeish wrote a poem entitled " You Also, Gaius Valerius Catullus ," where he addresses the poet.
Another example is an episode of The Simpsons entitled " Homer at the Bat " which takes its title from the poem.
During his final school years he began writing his poetry in notebooks, the first poem dated 27 April ( 1930 ), is entitled " Osiris, come to Isis ".
Béroalde de Verville laid the foundation for his encyclopaedic works in a hexameral poem entitled Les cognoissances nécessaires for example.
Her best example is in her sequenced sonnet poem entitled Brother and Sister, in which each of the eleven sequenced sonnet ends with a couplet.
In 1607, a group of Members of Parliament had written a ribald poem entitled The Parliament Fart, as a symbolic protest against the conservatism of the House of Lords and the king, James I.
In the Saga of Harald Graycloak, a stanza is given of a poem entitled Vellekla (" Lack of Gold ") by the 10th century Icelandic skald Einarr skálaglamm that mentions Njörðr in a kenning for " warrior.
' Amazing Grace ' was not the original title of this hymn: it was originally written as a poem entitled ' Faith's Review and Expectation ' and appears in Book I of the Olney Hymns with the poem's title and ' hymn 41 '.
He completed the poem at the Indian Queen Hotel, where he was staying, and entitled it " Defence of Fort McHenry ".
McGonagall was outraged and wrote a poem in response entitled Lines in Protest to the Dundee Magistrates:
In 1974 a complete twenty-six line poem entitled " The Wiccan Rede " was published in the neo-Pagan magazine Earth Religion News.
This poem was shortly followed by another, slightly different, version, entitled the " Rede Of The Wiccae ", which was published in Green Egg magazine by Lady Gwen Thompson.
* Russian Symbolist poet Alexander Blok wrote a poem entitled Ravenna ( May – June 1909 ) inspired by his Italian journey ( spring 1909 ).
While the poem was originally published in the collection of Lyrical Ballads, the 1817 version was published in his collection entitled Sibylline Leaves ( see 1817 in poetry ).
In the tradition of the literature-inspired symphonic poem, American composer Seth Stewart produced a full-scale orchestral work entitled Age of Legends, inspired by the eponymous era of myth and magic described throughout The Wheel of Time series.
Arion is also associated with the origins of tragedy: of Solon John the Deacon reports: “ Arion of Methymna first introduced the drama action of tragedy, as Solon indicated in his poem entitled Elegies ".
In September 1838, he published his first work, a poem entitled The Bedouin, in the Bremisches Conversationsblatt No. 40.
Sussex by the Sea is regarded as the unofficial anthem of Sussex ; it was composed by William Ward-Higgs in 1907, perhaps originally from the lyrics of Rudyard Kipling's poem entitled Sussex.
On June 5, 2009, The Times revealed that in 1937 Eliot had composed a 34-line poem entitled " Cows " for the children of Frank Morley, a friend and a fellow director of the publishing company.
There is a poem by Tolkien dated to 1914 entitled " The Voyage of Eärendel the Evening Star " ( published in The Book of Lost Tales 2 267 – 269 ).
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His whole objection, indeed, seems to rise out of a deep conviction that the poets do have great power to influence, but Plato seldom pays any attention to what might be called the poem itself.
In determining the extent to which any poem is formulaic it is idle, however, to inspect nothing besides lines repeated in their entirety, for a stock of line-fragments would be sufficient to permit the poet to extemporize with deftness if they provided for prosodic needs.
The book points out that the poem has the same meter as that of " Auld Lang Syne "; the songs can be sung interchangeably.
Ahmad Shah Durrani ( c. 1722 – 1773 ) ( Pashto /), also known as Ahmad Shāh Abdālī ( Pashto / Persian: احمد شاه ابدالي ) and born as Ahmad < u > Kh </ u > ān, was the founder of the Durrani Empire ( Afghan Empire ) in 1747 and is regarded by many to be the founder of the modern state of Afghanistan .</ poem >
Walter Goffart believes it is probable that in this narrative Paul was making use of an oral tradition, and is sceptical that it can be dismissed as merely a typical topos of an epic poem.
Beauty and Truth have been argued to be nearly synonymous, as reflected in the statement " Beauty is truth, truth beauty " in the poem Ode on a Grecian Urn by John Keats.
Whereas if a journalist writes exactly the same set of words, intending them as shorthand notes to help him write a longer article later, these would not be a poem.
A similar story of a young girl transformed into a white deer can be found in Yorkshire, where it formed the basis for Wordsworth's poem The White Deer of Rylstone.
A poem of Callimachus to the goddess " who amuses herself on mountains with archery " imagines some charming vignettes: according to Callimachus, at three years old, Artemis, while sitting on the knee of her father, Zeus, asked him to grant her six wishes: to remain always a virgin ; to have many names to set her apart from her brother Apollo ; to be the Phaesporia or Light Bringer ; to have a bow and arrow and a knee-length tunic so that she could hunt ; to have sixty " daughters of Okeanos ", all nine years of age, to be her choir ; and for twenty Amnisides Nymphs as handmaidens to watch her dogs and bow while she rested.
Similar examples may be found in Irish poet William Butler Yeats ' poem The Wild Swans at Coole where the maturing season that the poet observes symbolically represents his own ageing self.
Sparrow himself adds, " How difficult it is to achieve a satisfactory analysis may be judged by considering the last poem in A Shropshire Lad.
In the poem the prisoner is suffering " for the colour of his hair ", a natural, given attribute which, in a clearly coded reference to homosexuality, is reviled as " nameless and abominable " ( recalling the legal phrase peccatum horribile, inter christianos non nominandum, " the horrible sin, not to be named amongst Christians ").
Kiernan argues against an 8th-century provenance because this would still require that the poem be transmitted by Anglo-Saxons through the Viking Age, holds that the paleographic and codicological evidence encourages the belief that Beowulf is an 11th-century composite poem, and states that Scribe A and Scribe B are the authors and that Scribe B is the more poignant of the two.
Rather, given the implications of the theory of oral-formulaic composition and oral tradition, the question concerns how the poem is to be understood, and what sorts of interpretations are legitimate.
The debate might be framed starkly as follows: on the one hand, we can hypothesise a poem put together from various tales concerning the hero ( the Grendel episode, the Grendel's mother story, and the firedrake narrative ).
There is a third view that sees merit in both arguments above and attempts to bridge them, and so cannot be articulated as starkly as they can ; it sees more than one Christianity and more than one attitude towards paganism at work in the poem, separated from each other by hundreds of years ; it sees the poem as originally the product of a literate Christian author with one foot in the pagan world and one in the Christian, himself a convert perhaps or one whose forbears had been pagan, a poet who was conversant in both oral and literary milieus and was capable of a masterful " repurposing " of poetry from the oral tradition ; this early Christian poet saw virtue manifest in a willingness to sacrifice oneself in a devotion to justice and in an attempt to aid and protect those in need of help and greater safety ; good pagan men had trodden that noble path and so this poet presents pagan culture with equanimity and respect ; yet overlaid upon this early Christian poet's composition are verses from a much later reformist " fire-and-brimstone " Christian poet who vilifies pagan practice as dark and sinful and who adds satanic aspects to its monsters.
They are of two kinds: the " parallel texts ", which are parallel developments of the corresponding passages in the base text, and the speeches of Elihu ( Chapters 32-37 ), which consist of a polemic against the ideas expressed elsewhere in the poem, and so are claimed to be interpretive interpolations.
Catullus 51 follows Sappho 31 so closely that some believe the later poem to be, in part, a direct translation of the earlier poem, and 61 and 62 are certainly inspired by and perhaps translated directly from lost works of Sappho.
Hoffmann von Fallersleben intended Das Lied der Deutschen to be sung to Haydn's tune, as the first publication of the poem included the music.