Who is Ezra Pound

"William Atheling" redirects here. For the author who wrote under the pen-name William Atheling, Jr., see James Blish. American poet and critic Ezra Pound photographed in 1913 by Alvin Langdon Coburn Ezra Weston Loomis Pound (30 Octob...
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Ezra Pound Poems

  • Rome
    Ô nouveau venu qui cherche Rome à Rome
    Et ne trouvez à Rome rien que vous ne puissiez appeler romain;
    Arches usées et palais rendus communs
    Seul le nom de Rome entre ces murs reste à la maison. ...
  • Rom
    O du Neuling, der Rom in Rom sucht
    Und finde in Rom nichts, was du als römisch bezeichnen kannst;
    Alt getragene Bögen und gemeinsame Paläste
    Roms Name allein innerhalb dieser Mauern bleibt zu Hause. ...
  • Roma
    ¡Oh tú, recién llegado que buscas Roma en Roma!
    Y no encuentras en Roma nada que puedas llamar romano;
    Arcos viejos y palacios hechos comunes
    El nombre de Roma solo dentro de estos muros guarda su hogar. ...
  • Tenzone
    Will people accept them?
    (i.e. these songs).
    As a timorous wench from a centaur
    (or a centurion), ...
  • La Fraisne
    For I was a gaunt, grave councillor
    Being in all things wise, and very old,
    But I have put aside this folly and the cold
    That old age weareth for a cloak. ...
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  • Michaelthedean: "and the days are not full enough and the nights are not full enough and life slips by like a field mouse not shaking the grass." - ezra pound.
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The Ballad Of The Taylor Pup
 by Eugene Field

Now lithe and listen, gentles all,
Now lithe ye all and hark
Unto a ballad I shall sing
About Buena Park.

Of all the wonders happening there
The strangest hap befell
Upon a famous Aprile morn,
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