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i_guess_ellie: had to Go home and finish writing my Essay on wallace stevens, it's a Week late

hastifliche: the possible influence of legal prose on certain of Wallace Stevens's contrivances of syntax and diction is surprisingly unremarked upon

EddeRoger: “Understanding disinformation from 13angles Like Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird" Wallace Stevens’1917 poem with the aim that the composite of these partial views will provide a useful impression of disinformation’s true shape and ultimate design"

msarki: "Of Mere Being" by Wallace Stevens

CanaAcademy: How do poetry, art, literature, and history help us to feel what we ought to feel about eternity?

Luxyplayapp: “The most beautiful in the world is, of course, the world itself.” - Wallace Stevens

TheAmScho: Wallace Stevens’s “Sunday Morning” takes the view of a woman who, while everyone else is at church, reflects on the divine—or lack thereof—from the comfort of her own home.

calebbii9992051: (Wallace) Stevens turns to the idea of the weather precisely as the religious idea turns to the idea of God.,Harold Bloom, Wallace Stevens: The Poems of Our Climate,religion, wallace-stevens, weather,

Barbara70761245: Wallace is the name you know and trust in East Tennessee. Our company was founded in 1936 and we're excited to return to our roots as a local, independent brokerage on April 1st. Stevens-Reyes TN Properties "Agents with Family Roots"

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TheAmScho: “The day is like wide water, without sound, Stilled for the passing of her dreaming feet Over the seas, to silent Palestine, Dominion of the blood and sepulchre.”

DougHenwood: Wallace Stevens: “Miami, which used to seem isolated and a place for exotic hermits is now a jamboree of hoodlums.”

WritingWOMEN: “Sunday Morning” by Wallace Stevens

haikuhotline: The last poem from Wallace Stevens' majestic first book, Harmonium (1923). Hear the rest of our new Poetry Playlist:

closeandslow: 'our stars come from ireland' wallace stevens does north kerry

twreview_bot: Here, slowly peel the dancing skin to corkscrews in the humming meters of Wallace Stevens. - from Winter Tangerine by Fia Zhang, Spring 2021

TheAmScho: Listen to Amanda Holmes read Wallace Stevens’s “Sunday Morning”:

mark_robx: Nine: As the captain of the Black Pearl Ten: With fearsome longing, as you walk away (This little thread's inspired by Wallace Stevens' "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird. Poetry + birding can really make the scales fall off the eyes.)

aurora__company: “Things as they are / Are changed upon the blue guitar.” - Wallace Stevens

temptempholder: A poem need not have a meaning, and like most things in nature often does not. Wallace Stevens U ask super mario.... What he thinks is the meaning of life.. He will tell u.. I dunno if someone created my world but I really feel I have free will And I just live my life

shawnlevy: "Roar 'em, whore 'em, cockalorum; The Muses, they must all adore him! Wallace Stevens — are we for him? Brother, he's our father!"

ordinarytimemag: Ben Sears: POETS Day! Wallace Stevens

AckerSydneyEast: Breaking: In a surprising announcement early Sunday morning, Fed Chair Powell announced the selection of American poet Wallace Stevens as the Fed's official Poet Laureate, proclaiming, "We are the Jar!"

aredamnhoj: "Only the real can be / Unreal today, be hidden and alive." —Wallace Stevens

pauljimerson: and once claimed to have written poems on the soles of his shoes. He traveled the country giving lectures and visiting schools. Once, during a train trip with poet Wallace Stevens, Stevens turned to Frost and said, “The trouble with your poetry, Frost, is that it has subjects,”

hbloomquotes: Like his true forerunner, Walt Whitman, [Wallace] Stevens is an affirmer and not an ironist. He could not always confront his own Whitmanian spirit. Yet it refuses to abandon him.

DilettanteryPod: "Reality is a cliché from which we escape by metaphor. It is only in the land of the metaphor that we are poetic." -Wallace Stevens (mid-1900s)

monicacesarato: In Auronzo a simple walk along the banks of Lake Santa Caterina Maybe the truth depends on a walk around a lake. (Wallace Stevens) Auronzo di Cadore and its lake in the Dolomites A lake with incredible

hastifliche: rōnin wallace stevens unsheathing katana: you will die having hoorayed nothing, hallooed no bounding dog

RubenJamesV: Can you imagine this lineup P Fouts/Kilfoyl/Esman 1B Kenleigh Cahalan/ Emma Broadfoot 2B Meagan Bloodworth/ Kali Heivlin SS/DP Skyler Wallace/Dowling 3B A. Prange C. Ally Shipman /Abby Doerr OF Jenna Johnson /Kristen White/Dallas Goodnight/ Jenna Lord/ Jordan Stevens

mischievovstar: Pandorcas The idea of order in key west by Wallace Stevens "She sang beyond the genius of the sea. the water never formed to mind or voice, like a body wholly body, fluttering its empty sleeves"

dean_frey: Edward Weston, Skull & Rock Arrangement, 1931 Death is the mother of beauty; hence from her, Alone, shall come fulfilment to our dreams And our desires. - Wallace Stevens

trumwill: Ben Sears: POETS Day! Wallace Stevens

ResultsbyNature: "The most beautiful thing in the world is, of course, the world itself." - Wallace Stevens

LG_Regionalnews: Matt Wallace is leading the Corales Puntacana Championship in the Dominican Republic. The Englishman birdied his last three holes for a 66. That gives him a one-shot lead over Sam Stevens and Wyndham Clark. They each shot 65. It's the…

qctimes: Matt Wallace is leading the Corales Puntacana Championship in the Dominican Republic. The Englishman birdied his last three holes for a 66. That gives him a one-shot lead over Sam Stevens and Wyndham Clark. They each shot 65. It's the second time Walla...

IArtioli: "The spring is like a belle undressing." Wallace Stevens Photo Sylvie Lancrenon

isearch247: Corales Puntacana Championship: England's Matt Wallace takes one-shot lead at PGA Tour event -

tanglefoot_tony: “The greatest poverty,” wrote the poet Wallace Stevens, “is not to live in a physical world.”

worthwhilebooks: Looking to “find yourself?” Better dig deep - reinvention is chimerical. “A man’s sense of the world is born with him and persists…it penetrates the ameliorations of education and the experiences of life.” - Wallace Stevens A view that fits nicely with the politics of Burke.

thedelhiwalla: I super-love Wallace Stevens, the greatest modernist poet! So he got a copy of WS’s poetry edited by WS’s daughter, the late Holly Stevens, and had it inscribed in 2021 by Holly’s son Peter Reed Hanchak, meaning WS’s grandson! Thank you, dil se art history scholar Daniel Ehnbom!

jay_sankey: "The poet is the priest of the invisible."-Wallace Stevens

rematriation: Among Joy’s many accomplishments, she is the recipient of the Wallace Stevens Award for her mastery in the arts of poetry, and the Best Female Artist of the Year in the Native American Music Award (NAMMY).

trumwill: POETS Day! Wallace Stevens --

ordinarytimemag: Ben Sears: POETS Day! Wallace Stevens

GibbonsSE: About a year ago, I riffed off the great Wallace Stevens (SORRY, SORT OF), and wrote this, when very angry. Feels like a day for sharing.

msarki: "Puella Parvula" is another great poem by Wallace Stevens

wellofdean: A poem for today, by Wallace Stevens:

EggsBacon13: SORRY HAPPY LATE WORLD POETRY DAY current obsession: wallace stevens "is it to eject, to pull The day to pieces and cry 'stanza my stone'?"

poesispoesis: Photo by Carla Freccero of the atmospheric Connecticut River in 2020 at Northampton, Massachusetts. "Nothing that is not there and the nothing that is." -- Wallace Stevens

Sparrow14: One Thought of Chinese Chocolate This poem is a collaboration with Wallace Stevens.* *He wrote the title.

lisasweeet: The most beautiful… thing in the world is, of course, the world itself. Wallace Stevens

EllenKushner: “We must endure our thoughts all night, until The bright obvious stands motionless in cold.” — Wallace Stevens

lrinaldetti: There are men whose words Are as natural sounds Of their places As the cackle of toucans In the place of toucans Wallace Stevens, Anectode of Men by the Thousands

julius16257: After the final no there comes a yes and on that yes the future of the world hangs.,Wallace Stevens,World, Yes, Final ,

golfodds: Corales Puntacana Championship W Clark 9/1 T Detry 20/1 T Pendrith 20/1 J Dahmen 20/1 P Rodgers 25/1 M Wallace 25/1 N Hojgaard 30/1 E Grillo 30/1 E van Rooyen 30/1 B Martin 30/1 K Hickok 35/1 T Duncan 35/1 A Bhatia 40/1 N Hardy 40/1 A Long 40/1 S Stevens 40/1 C Ramey 40/1

RealRichardBail: “For nine readers out of ten, the necessary angel will appear to be the angel of the imagination, and for nine days out of ten that is true, although it is the tenth day that counts.” Wallace Stevens commenting on his poem “Angel Surrounded by Paysans”

lrinaldetti: I was three minds, Like a tree In which there are three blackbirds. Wallace Stevens, Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird, II

aredamnhoj: "I was the world in which I walked, and what I saw Or heard or felt came not but from myself; And there I found myself more truly and more strange." —from Wallace Stevens's "Tea at the Palaz at Hoon"

ryanaboyd: Having coffee and oranges on a Sunday morning like I’m in a Wallace Stevens poem

LenaOzge: Death is the mother of beauty. -Wallace Stevens

elide_sg: “The greatest poverty,” wrote the poet Wallace Stevens, “is not to live in a physical world.”

IanBlackburn: ‘“The greatest poverty,” wrote the poet Wallace Stevens, “is not to live in a physical world.” Mark Zuckerberg has bet his fortune that the opposite is true. So far, however, it hasn’t paid out.’ Entertaining and funny read from Paul Murray.

kaylie1jfr: Wallace Stevens : Collected Poetry and Prose (Library of America) FJ1SZEG

LaFleurDelSur: "“The greatest poverty,” wrote the poet Wallace Stevens, “is not to live in a physical world.” Mark Zuckerberg has bet his fortune that the opposite is true. So far, however, it hasn’t paid out." Paul Murray checks out the Metaverse so you don't have to.

The_travel_coll: "The most beautiful thing in the world is, of course, the world itself" – Wallace Stevens

DingNiDARNAbato: “The summer night is like a perfection of thought.” ~ Wallace Stevens ASAPMESumMERIZING JONA

AvaFondaLove: "The summer night is like a perfection of thought." — Wallace Stevens ASAPMESumMERIZING JONA

mut61317085: Poetry is the scholar's art.,Wallace Stevens,poetry,

mwangi6715: Poetry is the scholar's art.,Wallace Stevens,poetry,

JJTindall1: You simply can't beat a groovy new song (to me) by a band named after a Wallace Stevens poem. Low Rise by Emperor of Ice Cream on Psychedelic Jukebox Tune In at

HermThompson: 'The greatest poverty, wrote the poet Wallace Stevens, is not to live in a physical world. Mark Zuckerberg has bet his fortune that the opposite is true.' Paul Murray takes a homesick spin through the metaverse...

rmader4471: The Emperor of Ice-Cream (by Wallace Stevens)

hbloomquotes: Had I followed family tradition, I would have become a rabbi. Instead, I am a secular rabbi like those celebrated by Wallace Stevens. I teach Shakespeare as scripture.

michaelscherer: “The greatest poverty,” wrote the poet Wallace Stevens, “is not to live in a physical world.” Mark Zuckerberg has bet his fortune that the opposite is true.

thedelhiwalla: when leaves fall like things mournful of the past… on feeling a wallace stevens line on a delhi pave

protestantwind: It's really delightful to me that Charles Ives and Wallace Stevens were both lifelong insurance company executives as well as accomplished modernist artists. That's the WASP version of being Shohei Ohtani. Sadly after WWII all of that type of guy joined the CIA.

inherent_itgirl: There is a project for the sun. The sun Must bear no name, gold flourisher, but be In the difficulty of what it is to be.“ Wallace Stevens single-handedly ending Heideggerian Kitsch forever in three stanzas

inherent_itgirl: Hölderlin is incomplete without Whitman and Wallace Stevens. Without them, one ends up with the unending snivel of Heideggerian kitsch about the ‘flight of the gods’ and other sappy platitudes

inherent_itgirl: “One sees nothing that is not there and the nothing that is here” — Wallace Stevens

nonchalantly_: Until I read Proust I did not understand that everything I think I like in Wallace Stevens is derivative of something I know I like in Spinoza

georgemoskovuk: Perhaps the truth depends on a walk around a lake Wallace Stevens

Jacob_Brogan: It's wild how much this does not in any way read like a Wallace Stevens poem. So much of what's seemingly convincing about ChatGPT's imitations is just a byproduct of the refusal to look closely.

thedelhiwalla: Under Wallace Stevens’s Blue Sky… Two of the 13 Shades of Green

shutupnebby: We are kind people in an unkind world, to paraphrase Wallace Stevens. How do you pretend you don't know about it, after you see it? How do you go back to acting like you don't need it? How do you even the score and walk off a free man? You can't.

HerzensZunge: Wallace Stevens, Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird, IV (gelesen von mir)

chris_navin: Monday Poem By Wallace Stevens And A Quote By Hume

tripodologia: Wallace Stevens

Eve_Castle: Perhaps the truth depends on a walk around the lake. ~Wallace Stevens

ambernoelle: “In fact, most poets write the same poem over and over. Wallace Stevens was honest enough not to try to hide it. Frost’s state­ment that he tried to make every poem as different as possible from the last one is a way of saying that he knew it couldn’t be.”

worthwhilebooks: "Milton is the central problem in any theory and history of poetic influence in English; perhaps even more so than Wordsworth...What unites this ruminative line - of which Milton is the ancestor; Wordsworth is the great revisionist; Keats and Wallace Stevens, among others, the…

DavinWood: I know noble accents And lucid, inescapable rhythms; But I know, too, That the Taco Bell is involved In what I know -Wallace Stevens, "Thirteen Ways of Saying 'Fire' Sauce is Garbage—Stop Giving Me It When I Ask for 'Hot'"

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travel2now: “The way through the world Is more difficult to find than the way beyond it.” ― Wallace Stevens

Olympical3328: Most modern reproducers of life, even including the camera, really repudiate it. We gulp down evil, choke at good.,Wallace Stevens, Opus Posthumous: Poems, Plays, Prose,good-and-evil, life,

Nirupens_: "Let be be finale of seem" - Wallace stevens

dan_pericles: Withou it we’d not have Wallace Stevens’ “Poems of Our Climate”; … at the end of winter, when afternoons return…

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VividLol6220: The only emperor is the emperor of ice cream.,Wallace Stevens, The Collected Poems,poetry,

Afteris1818: I placed a jar in Tennessee and round it was upon a hill.,Wallace Stevens,poetry, tennessee,

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