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Things I Learned In Poetry 205 This Week

Page history last edited by Lance Hayden 11 years, 8 months ago

Things I've Learned In Poetry 205 This Week

 

Feb. 16 - 20

  1. Buckets can be sad.
  2. People don't really like talking about their own poems very much.
  3. If you are "aweary," you like to consistently remind people of this fact.
  4. Mariana shoudl take a line from Stevens: "Dath is the mother of beauty."
  5. When we sail on the ocean, we are really sailing on a giant womb.
  6. Prof. Croxall played with the Aquabats. Craziness![1]

 

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