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  • n  a woman poet

  • To the villagers of Correggio she was known as a poetess and fortune teller; lovelorn women came up the canal path to her whitewashed door, with a few coppers for the cards.
  • Poetess Naidu is still rich, still a potent poetess, but the slender, bashful Victorian maiden has become a matron with grown children who now devotes her large person and her vast .
  • With these lines, a Belgian poetess registered her protest against Fellow Poetess Pierette Micheloud, of Vex, Switzerland, who insisted on puffing away at a long-stemmed, elegant .
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  • Readington teacher pens poetry book
    READINGTON TWP. - Emily Bengels, a teacher in the Readington Middle School’s Gifted and Talented program, can now add “poetess” to her ever-growing list of accomplishments.
    July 14, 2013 - Hunterdon Review

  • AR Rahman in Mumbai Newsline
    Man Mohana is a devotional song picturised on Aishwarya's character, Jodhaa. The lyrics and the composition are inspired by the bhajans and poetry of Meera, the renowned poetess from Akbar's era,adds Rahman.
  • Alice Walker in Atlanta Journal Constitution
    This effort for Walker began in her fifteenth year and culminated in the self-publication of "Poems of a Childhood Poetess," a remarkable volume of her earliest poetry, many written in her own hand, a volume she dedicated, again most remarkably,...
  • Ted Hughes in The Age
    In 1956, Ted Hughes wrote to tell his sister about the "first-rate American poetess" he had met.

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