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Jack Spicer wrote, "generations of different poets in different countries [are] patiently telling the same story, writing the same poem." I agree. Consider, for example, " Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy's Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota ," by James Wright , and " A Man Meets a Woman on the Street ," by Randall Jarrell . In Wright's poem, the speaker, while lying in a hammock, sees a butterfly on the trunk of a tree.
Alabama State Poetry Society John & Miriam Morris Chapbook Competition http://alabamapoets.org/poetry_contests.php?contest_id=18 All Nations Press All Nations Press Chapbook Contest http://www.allnationspress.homestead.com/submissions.html Amsterdam Press Flip Kelly Poetry Prize http://amsterdampress.net/wordpress/?page_id=12 Anabiosis Press Anabiosis Press Chapbook Contest http://anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html Apprentice House Apprentice House Chapbook Contest for poets previously unpublished in book form. Winner receives $250 prize and 20 copies. $25 submission payable to AH.
by Howard A. Landman As part of my studies in poetry and lyric-writing, I became curious about the names of various 'feet' in classical poetry theory.
Machine translations are useful for getting a general idea about what text written in a foreign language means. However, "general idea" isn't always exactly accurate; the translator literally translates (word for word) the text which often results in grammatically incorrect, if not completely incoherent, text. We've developed Bad Translator to show just how funny things can get.