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  1. dcmarti1

    Reading Simenon in August

    Smoke from a neighbor's cigarette Wafts in through my window box fan. The crickets are silent tonight.
  2. Tinker

    Imagism

    Explore the Craft of Writing American Verse Imagism : Simple, direct and intense might be how one would describe an Imagist poem. Imagism is the term used to describe a school of poetry that emerged in England and America around 1912. Ezra Pound is hailed as the founder of the "movement" and H.D. or Hilda Doolittle, Richard Aldington, F.S. Flint, Amy Lowell, James Joyce and William Carlos Williams wrote in the "imagist" doctrine. Imagism was born as a reaction to the "verbose and abstract language in which much of the poetry of the 19th century had declined". NPEOPP. Ezra Pound descr
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