on poetry

March 30, 2015

Paul Verlaine“Take eloquence and wring its neck!”
Paul Verlaine
(March 30, 1844 – January 8, 1896)
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portrait by Otto Wegener

2 Responses to “on poetry”

  1. Sandra F. Lucke Says:

    ~ really doesn’t sound like Judy, but like Luther Allen.
    Must have been the French uprising by the masses against the aristrocracy; times are historical but doesn’t meld with today’s platform.

  2. Sandra F. Lucke Says:

    that is, Aristocracy ~
    many writers probably enjoy the PBS series Downton Abbey, right?

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