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Biographies of fifteen composers of Nahuatl verse and analyses of their work are followed by their extant poems in Nahuatl and in English. The poets - fourteen men and one woman - lived in the central highlands of Mexico and spoke Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs, Texcocans, Tlaxcalans, and several other : University of Oklahoma Press.

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Badr Shakir Al-Sayyab translated Louis Aragon, Nazim Hikmet, and T.S. Eliot into Arabic. In addition to being one of the pioneers of free verse, Nazik Al-Malaika was a strong proponent of women’s rights (she and her husband founded the University of Basra).Author: Mark Chmiel. a forward feeling, a tremble.

I was fifteen. REPETITION. Thinking, back farther in the grass I found. the owner, just coming to, where he had flipped. over the rail.

He had blood on his hand, was pale- I helped him walk to his machine. He ran his hand. over it, called me good man, roared away. Defining moment. I stood there, fifteen. From the Academy of American Poets Archives. This poem is part of "September Suite" by Lucille Clifton, Lucille Clifton, the author of Blessing the Boats: New and Selected Poems – (BOA Editions, ), which won the National Book Award, was elected a Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets in Metamorphoses – Book Fifteen.

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Souls are free from death, and always, when they have left. Poet Leslie Monsour was born in Hollywood, California, but grew up in Mexico City, Chicago, and Panama. She attended Scripps College in Claremont, California, and the Canal Zone College in Panama, and earned a BA in English literature from the University of Colorado at.

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"Fifteen" is a poetic retelling an. “Fifteen” is part of the fourth book of Stafford’s poems, The Rescued Year, published in Many of the poems in the collection are dramas of the human past which attempt to recapture an event or to confront its having vanished, and which offer enhancement through the memory of the event’s original occurrence combined with the revisit.

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The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting. Time spent writing the book: About fifteen years. The buildup to writing them surely took far longer, probably my whole life.

A good number of those fifteen years involved setting the poems aside and letting them steep, free from my meddling long enough that I could come back to them with fresh-eyed amnesia.

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