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recklesstennis: ok my last fun graveyard fact is that joey ramone and robert smithson and william carlos williams are all buried in the same cemetery (joey being in the jewish section)

hanrahanistan: "The Widow's Lament in Springtime," William Carlos Williams

holdengraber: "Dissonance (if you are interested) leads to discovery." ~ William Carlos Williams

ohkatrya: I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold William Carlos Williams

mcguffindavid: Dock Coffee. Saturday! In summer, the song sings itself. - William Carlos Williams

f_a_r_t_s: I don't care how normie it is, the William Carlos Williams plums poem is good and all the riffing on it everyone's been doing lately is even better

loudandsmart: i accidentally opened the pdf for my first book in google docs and it created these weird mashups of strips that read like william carlos williams acid poems here are some highlights

AmneMachin: William Carlos Williams inventing the "few know this" meme

TimNissen1: What is that poem? Overing and overing in the rain, a once upon a time newspaper? It was William Carlos Williams, I think.

bettyknee: I love a William Carlos Williams reference. Well done.

isnthegeorge: your housemate is William Carlos Williams and you're sick of him eating your food:

lukas_corso: In summer, the song sings itself.” — William Carlos Williams ph. Peter Gowland

humanaobscura: Margaret Llloyd’s first book, William Carlos Williams’ Paterson, was published by Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. Alice James Books brought out her first book of poems, This Particular Earthly Scene.

NKOAS: An evergreen Film Twitter tribute to William Carlos Williams: I have seen the trailer that is on the timeline and which you were probably hailing as brilliant Forgive me it was fine just fine please calm down

flowerwheel76: “In summer, the song sings itself.” - William Carlos Williams

2WintersWoods: "Thursday" William Carlos Williams 1921

ledwoledwo: “In summer, the song sings itself.” — William Carlos Williams

GeorgeConk: To a Poor Old Woman BY WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS munching a plum on the street a paper bag of them in her hand They taste good to her They taste good to her. They taste good to her You can see it by the way she gives herself to the one half sucked out in her hand

BeineckeLibrary: I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold

AriCostello: “We are blind and live our blind lives out in blindness. Poets are damned but they are not blind, they see with the eyes of the angels.” William Carlos Williams

GeePawHill: I bought the complete William Carlos Williams, you know the popular three. and I kept it in the bathroom, so I could read it. And this guy, this WCW, he rang the bell a good *dozen* times. A dozen times in a forty-year career.

perryebooks: Blake Snell and I cannot stop grinning at how nice William Carlos Williams is with the boys listening to Tracy Chapman!

chikuwa100q_bot: 73. Poets are damned/ but they are not blind, they see with the eyes of the angels. [William Carlos Williams]

VVanGone: after William Carlos Williams, “This Is Just to Say”

alibraryimplies: I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold —this is just to say, william carlos williams

bestialchortle: both william carlos williams and plath wrote poems about bruegel paintings

trentondowntown: "In summer, the song sings itself." - William Carlos Williams ✨ Time to get outside, enjoy nature's music and relax at the parklets in downtown. More locations to come - stay tuned!

koyabaII: who are your fav poets ?? — english: mary oliver, william carlos williams french: verlaine, lamartine, du bellay, musset <3

ragtaggiggagon: This Is Just To Say William Carlos Williams - 1883-1963 I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold

Sergistan: De "Asphodel, That Greeny Flower" (1955), por William Carlos Williams. Está en el poemario “Journey to Love”.

alexwh: William Carlos Williams - Wither? It ends

chikuwa100q_bot: 73. Poets are damned/ but they are not blind, they see with the eyes of the angels. [William Carlos Williams]

D26Team: “In summer the song sings itself.” -William Carlos Williams Join us as we reflect on the opportunities we embraced to raise student and parent voices so our community could sing its song through the winter and spring. D26 Summer Reflection Letter:

aedwardslevy: just unironically Googled "should you refrigerate plums" and I swear I could hear William Carlos Williams laughing

lancaster_words: The week begins with Autumn by William Carlos Williams.

EnvGen: rly impressed by the william carlos williams bot which identified and retweeted this within seconds

euonymous: In summer, the song sings itself. ---William Carlos Williams, poet, writer, physician (1883-1963)

wanderingsag: As birds’ wings beat the solid air without which none could fly so words freed by the imagination affirm reality by their flight. ~William Carlos Williams, Spring and All

wanderingsag: And what is the fourth dimension? It is the endlessness of knowledge—It is the imagination on which reality rides— It is a cleavage through everything by a force that does not exist in the mass and therefore can never be discovered by its anatomitization ~William Carlos Williams

marchupia: I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold. William Carlos Williams

TransGirlTerra: “I am lonely, lonely. I was born to be lonely, I am best so!” If I admire my arms, my face, my shoulders, flanks, buttocks against the yellow drawn shades,— Who shall say I am not the happy genius of my household?” Danse Russe BY WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS

MilesKlee: every time i eat a cold plum i realize i am Team William Carlos Williams

eugenio_volpe: Mark Jackson reading William Carlos Williams’ poem “This Is Just to Say.”

jjcousins: It is difficult; To get the news from poems; Yet men die miserably every day; For lack; Of what is found there. William Carlos Williams

CiCi6923: Sunday morning poetry corner with William Carlos Williams and Tom Leonard.

heavenly_markly: by william carlos williams

ErickEsteban: It is difficult to get the news from poems yet men die miserably every day for lack of what is found there. - William Carlos Williams

dobrusek: Every time a fresh William Carlos Williams meme hits my feed, I grow stronger.

BinodDhakal75: I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold ~ William Carlos Williams

dabujaber: Yeah, I ate the last plum/ What of it? ~William Carlos Williams' younger brother Butchie Carlos Williams

herbdoom: Another trend based on a William Carlos Williams poem.

CaputoItalo: COSA ASPETTI .... JUST DO IT NOW! I love U.S.A. A cura di Stefano Donno : Rafael Campo on William Carlos Williams' "To a Poo...

stefanodonno75: COSA ASPETTI .... JUST DO IT NOW! I love U.S.A. A cura di Stefano Donno : Modern American Poets 1 William Carlos Williams

pharidjaffer: Quote du jour: "In summer, the song sings itself." William Carlos Williams, poet, writer, physician

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RaviButalia: “To imitate nature involves the verb to do. To copy is merely to reflect something already there, inertly......by imitation we enlarge nature itself, we become nature or we discover in ourselves nature's active part.” William Carlos Williams

ZeeshanJaanam: I think all writing is a disease. You can't stop it. ― William Carlos Williams

RogerGrosser: In summer, the song sings itself. - William Carlos Williams

renaud_pdx: This Is Just To Say BY WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold

BeineckeLibrary: William Eric Williams at the beach from William Carlos Williams Papers

alohadudenyc: Homage to William Carlos Williams.

InadeBree: ‘...the rose carried weight of love but love is at an end - - of roses It is at the edge of the petal that love waits...’ William Carlos Williams, The Rose, Spring and All (1923) © Katia Chausheva

_umbreIIacad: This is Just to Say • William Carlos Williams

chikuwa100q_bot: 73. Poets are damned/ but they are not blind, they see with the eyes of the angels. [William Carlos Williams]

alibraryimplies: I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold —this is just to say, william carlos williams

CaputoItalo: COSA ASPETTI .... JUST DO IT NOW! I love U.S.A. A cura di Stefano Donno : Modern American Poets 1 William Carlos Williams

CraftBeerCPA: "In summer, the song sings itself." William Carlos Williams, poet, writer, physician

Arditi_d_Popolo: My favorite book as a little kid. Between learning he wrote the thing while working as a banker and Wallace Stevens became an award winning poet while working for an insurance company, and William Carlos Williams was a doctor and poet, I no longer have any excuses.

cyndiejacobs: In summer, the song sings itself. William Carlos Williams, poet, writer, physician

dimavesnin: as the rain falls so does your love bathe every open object of the world — william carlos williams

KevinHearne: William Carlos Williams does Call Me Maybe

Chris_Meloni: In summer, the song sings itself. William Carlos Williams,

il__ritorno: I'm going to do med/peds and become william carlos williams

CommunitasCare: “In summer, the song sings itself.” – William Carlos Williams. What’s your favourite summer song?

Cheerbear1: Marked as to-read: Paterson by William Carlos Williams

jas_flow: You win this time William Carlos Williams

seanFsmith: I'm begging you to read another William Carlos Williams poem

cindyaweinstein: The Red Wheelbarrow, William Carlos Williams

crumbbutler: The worst American work of art is that William Carlos Williams poem about plums in the icebox. It sucks shit

alolikadutt: So different, this man And this woman: A stream flowing In a field. — Marriage, William Carlos Williams Sandy and Her Husband, Emma Amos, 1973

bethromanik: Hey William Carlos Williams, maybe it’s not space people are mad at?

brittanys: what in the william carlos williams is this

msgracefh: Nice try, William Carlos Williams

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Bullneck: "This Is Just To Say" I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold (William Carlos Williams, 1962)

MHoganSays: Worst William Carlos Williams poem ever

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captainfez: Ah, the William Carlos Williams of exceptionalism has logged on.

jrhogbin: Someone has eaten the plum that I had in the refrigerator. My plan was to eat it for breakfast. I know I should be suspicious of my roommates or whatever, but, because of the circumstances, I suspect William Carlos Williams has something to do with it.

CliffBrooks3: Noetic: "Danse Russe" by William Carlos Williams and more (Analysis by ...

chikuwa100q_bot: 73. Poets are damned/ but they are not blind, they see with the eyes of the angels. [William Carlos Williams]

JoyceCarolOates: "the pure products of America go crazy"-- William Carlos Williams

inmentaldecay: They begin! The perfections are sharpened The flower spreads its colored petals wide in the sun But the tongue of the bee misses them They sink back into the loam crying out you may call it a cry that creeps over them, a shiver as they wilt and disappear. William Carlos Williams

BlatherTunes: "In summer, the song sings itself." William Carlos Williams

TheAntonioAdo: “The pure products of America go crazy,” Dr. William Carlos Williams had written.

storyforf: Saxifrage is my flower that splits the rocks. ──William Carlos Williams

OnlineW05159235: 3 4 typed pages of literary analysis paper of a work s by william carlos williams cannot contain authors biography minimal of 5 published sources the works cited page does not count as a text page please see attachment for all requirements and instru

only_living_grl: Man remember when this app was nothing but William Carlos Williams and feral hogs of varying quantities



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