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"Some men there be which like my method well" (Michael Drayton)
"Whilst thus my pen strives to eternize thee" (Michael Drayton)
A High-Toned Old Christian Woman (Wallace Stevens)
A Request to the Graces (Robert Herrick)
Ars Poetica (Archibald MacLeish)
Compensation (Sara Teasdale)
Epilogue (John Dryden)
Free Verse (Robert Graves)
From The House Of Life The Sonnet (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
Of Modern Poetry (Wallace Stevens)
Sorley’s Weather (Robert Graves)
Sound and Sense (Alexander Pope)
The Argument Of His Book (Robert Herrick)
The Author to Her Book (Anne Bradstreet)
The God Called Poetry (Robert Graves)
The Planet On The Table (Wallace Stevens)
The Poet as Hero (Siegfried Sassoon)
The Poet in the Nursery (Robert Graves)
The Triple Foole (John Donne)
The Writer (Richard Wilbur)
To A Lady
Offended by a Book of the Writer's
(Thomas Hardy)
To A Poet, Who Would Have Me Praise
Certain Bad Poets, Imitators Of His And Mine
(William Butler Yeats)
To an Ungentle Critic (Robert Graves)
To His Verses (Robert Herrick)
To My Book (Ben Jonson)
To the Generous Reader (Robert Herrick)
To the Reader of these Sonnets (Michael Drayton)
To the Sour Reader (Robert Herrick)
What Do I Care? (Sara Teasdale)
 

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