Poetry - Poetry InaStationoftheMetro~EzraPound

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Poetry 16:10 In a Station of the Metro  ~ Ezra Pound- This apparition of these faces in the crowd; Petals on a wet, black bough. Child  ~ Sylvia Plath Your clear eye is the one absolutely beautiful thing I want to fill it with color and ducks, The zoo of the new Whose name you meditate – April snowdrop, Indian pipe, Little Stalk without wrinkle, Pool in which images Should be grand and classical, Not this troublous
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Wringing of hands, this dark Ceiling without a star.
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16:10 “The spontaneous overflow of powerful feeling.” “Emotion recollected in tranquility.” ~ Wordsworth o Wordsworth and Coleridge ~ 1798 Tried to move away from the diction that defined their day.  He tries to use the language the people actually use. o Romanticism (1770 – 1850) The Sublime o The beauty and frightfulness of nature o “Fostered alike by beauty and by fear”
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Poetry - Poetry InaStationoftheMetro~EzraPound

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