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1993528lanlan: Shih-ching: The Classic Anthology Defined by Confucius - Ezra Pound - Google Books

fromgreenink: I'm not saying that calling Ezra Pound a fascist makes me a better poet, but it certainly means I'm a better poet than Ezra Pound.

hunsweasel: Ezra Pound

WGladstone: Found this in my drafts: Dick Pound is Better than Ezra Just kidding. I don't have drafts. My feed is a cesspool.

WGladstone: See Ezra Pound was a writer but it's funnier if you're name is Dick Pound. One might say Better. Better than Ezra was a band. See? OK. I'm sorry. I'l be going. It was good living with you. .... ... Wa OH!

mldagoit: Ezra Pound.

koro1rina: In a Station of the Metro Ezra Pound The apparition of these faces in the crowd: Petals on a wet, black bough.

scearley: Dick "Better Than Ezra" Pound

rosegoldblues: Bad criticism emerges chiefly from reviewers so busy telling what they haven't found in a poem (or whatever) that they have omitted to notice what is. — Ezra Pound

Van__Delay: Van Delay | Ezra Pound

ColleenSoehnlei: “The artist is always beginning. Any work of art which is not a beginning, an invention, a discovery is of little worth.” ~Ezra Pound

almamexi: In 1987, Writer, translator Jose Vazquez Amaral dies in Summit, New Jersey. Noted translator of American poetry into Spanish, especially of Walt Whitman and Ezra Pound.

MichaelTheDean: "And the days are not full enough And the nights are not full enough And life slips by like a fieldmouse Not shaking the grass." - Ezra Pound

historylvrsclub: Famous poet and literacy genius promoter, Ezra Pound's mugshot, 1945

lieutenantkije: Which Modernist poet always pissed on the toilet seat? Ezra 'Loo-Miss' Pound.

rolandbarfs: just remembering that this bit of literary criticism appeared in a bit of light verse, not too dissimilar in style to a something between early ezra pound and stephen spender—not very beckettian at all

DavidWithun: 3 of 5 stars to Selected Cantos by Ezra Pound

arentvn: But I'm still moved by symbolist and modernist attempts to revive tradition, e.g. Stefan George who made the troubadour Arnaut Daniel speak Dutch when meeting Dante in Purgatory (in the original he speaks his native Occitan), complaining about his sins (one thinks of Ezra Pound).

AkrivouEfi: A slave is one who waits for someone to come and free him "Ezra Pound"

Poem2Poem: The tree has entered my hands, / The sap has ascended my arms, - Ezra Pound

SoundsLake: The first chapter in The Ghost, about the CIA spymaster James Jesus Angleton, is about his connections to poetry, and how he spent five days with Ezra Pound and his wife.

uncjay1: T E A R S of a clown... A "manic" mind "contemplating" M A N'S & Woman's f L A W E D existence... Needing Ezra Pound? Always.

RMH40: From Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats and TS Eliot’s frequent collaborations with Ezra Pound, we can infer the existence of a missing Pound volume: Fursonae

whiiteferrari: also nerdy moment but how amazing is ezra pound’s writing

Norma_Gail: "Great literature is simply language charged with meaning to the utmost possible degree." Ezra Pound

missdaintyjune: keep getting unwanted flashbacks to my midterm yesterday where I called ezra pound a "freewheelin' guy"...........................................

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