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name unromantic and unpoetic, yet name that whenever uttered has in my ear a sound, in my heart an echo, such as no other assemblage of syllables, however sweet or classic, can produce.
The ill-advised individual who might happen, through an oversight of the porter, to enter Madame Rabourdin's establishment about eleven o'clock in the morning would have found her in the midst of a disorder the reverse of picturesque, wrapped in a dressing-gown, her hair ill-dressed, and her feet in old slippers, attending to the lamps, arranging the flowers, or cooking in haste an extremely unpoetic breakfast.
Starting from the front page of her work, her volumes turn into assemblages of art-work, poetry, musical notes, drawings and the unpoetic material in a magical way.
Thrift is poetic because it is creative; waste is unpoetic because it is waste.
Seemingly unpoetic terms clash against elaborate rhythms, with the disturbing modernity of the theme emphasized by the very metric precision.
EB You stockpile overheard pentameters (and now I'd like to introduce to you, The Yanks are leading Boston five to three), and you sample diction from a wide range of domains like fashion and finance, but why seek music in such unpoetic sources?
In a gray, unpoetic suburb of Paris, undocumented African refugee Clovis Nzilla wakes in the arms of his lover, Christelle, a French woman whom he has known for less than forty-eight hours.
Mexican ritual and its panoply of affective investments contrast with unpoetic gringo pragmatism.
For the series "Hidden Poems," 2010-12, for example, she marked letters and syllables that, when read sequentially, produced a particular poem; the photographs reveal otherwise invisible poetic (sub)texts within unpoetic textual and visual contexts.
Ezra Pound, excelente traductor ademas de poeta, defendia la primacia de la recreacion poetica sobre la mera traduccion mecanica: "There must be of course a plain literal version somewhere available, with explanations and notes, however tiresome and unpoetic.
Using poetry as a tool to fight oppression, the poet intends these direct short poems with their unpoetic language chosen to shock, to render in the reader a nauseous response towards the absurdity of wars or injustice.
The novel advances the hypothesis that, in order to "save" himself from the unpoetic world of adulthood, Sergio had to die young.
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