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simmsahp: William Carlos Williams: Sonnet in Search of an Author

philoisabelIe: New william carlos williams

profkrg: "I think all writing is a disease. You can’t stop it.” —William Carlos Williams

TheNeuroTimes: Tweets by William Carlos Williams The world begins again Not wholly insufflated the “tweets” in the rain upon the dead topbranches of the living tree, stuck fast to the low clouds, “tweet” the dawn. Their “tweets” sound announcing appetite and drop among the bending roses And…

necroneuro: ft willz could have written this is just to say but william carlos williams couldn’t have written from my head to my middle finger i really think i like you

jcanconaleal: “The stain of love Is upon the world. Yellow, yellow, yellow” -William Carlos Williams

poesispoesis: Somehow it seems to destroy us It is only in isolate flecks that something is given off No one to witness and adjust, no one to drive the car (William Carlos Williams, To Elsie)

MidwestWriters: “I think all writing is a disease. You can’t stop it.” — William Carlos Williams

amba12: "The pure products of America go crazy--" ~ William Carlos Williams

puertodelibros: ’20 poemas’ de William Carlos Williams.

WairarapaJane: It is at times like these that a line from a William Carlos Williams poem always comes to mind: "The pure products of America go crazy --"

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

johnstonglenn: OTD in 1939 William Carlos Williams wrote to Robert McAlmon about a Finnegans Wake publication party at Gotham Book Mart. "All kinds of people showed up, mostly no friends of mine—including Nancy Carrol of the screen and Hollywood and that sort of crap. . . . Good beer anyhow."

meanwhileplaces: Every once in awhile, this poem floats to the top of my head and I taste plums. This Is Just To Say 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

jcanconaleal: “It is dreams that have destroyed us.” -William Carlos Williams

3towealth: "I think all writing is a disease. You can't stop it." - William Carlos Williams

yokaihainen: Outdoing William Carlos Williams as a husband by buying plums and putting them in the fridge for my wife

TheNeuroTimes: This is just to say to William Carlos Williams that I’m angry “he ate the plums that were in the icebox” “and which” I was not “probably” But was! “saving for breakfast” “Forgive me” but I don’t care “they were delicious so sweet and so cold” because they were mine.

RachelTheC: William Carlos Williams’ plum poem really glosses over the part where he eats a buncha plums and stays in the bathroom the rest of the day.

FILmaracaibo: ’20 poemas’ de 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

AyiEtim1: This Is Just To Say – William Carlos Williams. 

MrDatthew: Verizon blocks the generic AWS multi-factor authentication message as a spam text, but it doesn’t block William Carlos Williams.

flowerville_II: '... - lifeless save only in beauty, the kernel of all seeking, the eternal' William Carlos Williams

PatrickMKehoe1: Libs of TikTok can be liberation signalling, reports from an alternate universe or s-media wallpaper of the 21st Century? William Carlos Williams was right, in 1938: so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water beside the white chickens -------------------

DJAngier: Long weekend accomplishment: finally finishing Paterson by William Carlos Williams.

TheTLS: ‘“No ideas but in things”, wrote William Carlos Williams, and this principle of observation is at work throughout.’

ILOV3FRNKIERO_: tambien a william carlos williams

foulbayhero: Marking an essay on "The Red Wheelbarrow," I find this author has spelled "chicken coop" as "chicken coup." Watch your back, William Carlos Williams!

YahiaLababidi: 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

TheNeuroTimes: A THEFT OF William Carlos Williams Twitter “so much depends Upon” Short phrases like “a red wheel barrow” Or ideas like: “glazed with rain water” Of pics of me “beside the white chickens”

gradesaverr: How is the doctor/patient relationship reflected in the stories and poems of William Carlos Williams (or the “Afterword” by William Eric Williams or the “Introduction” by Robert Coles), as well as the clinical tales by Oliver Sacks?

oliveglaze: William Carlos Williams would absolutely slay this

mnlolle: “No ideas but in things”, William Carlos Williams

TheNeuroTimes: Had William Carlos Williams tweeted *** *S* *O* *D* *A* *** it would not have worked the same way.

johnnycleaver: This is just to say William Carlos Williams Had other poems

op109: ‘A world detached from the necessity of recording it, sufficient to itself, ….’ William Carlos Williams, Spring and all (Junichi Nakamura)

lukecalamita: ezra koenig’s nj is not robert smithson’s nj is not william carlos williams’ nj is not george inness’ nj is not luke calamita’s nj but they’re all related in a generally quite disparate artistic canon

kat_atouille: The modern William Carlos Williams

Bryan15106503: Time is a storm in which we are all lost. William Carlos Williams

KathyKastner: RATs, the William Carlos Williams version ['so much depends. upon. a red wheelbarrow. glazed with rainwater. beside the white chickens']

katcunning: Daily Cartoon: Thursday, May 19th With apologies to William Carlos Williams, lol.

IvyGri: "I was cheered when I came first to know there were also flowers in hell." -William Carlos Williams, "Asphodel, That Greeny Flower" (Sorry I left out the line breaks. But look:

NowPlayingWSCA: William Carlos Williams—The Red Wheelbarrow

StefanDz11: As a practicing physician William Carlos Williams might have laughed at this one (or not).

aclubsandwich: if i had found this recording of william carlos williams reading “to elsie” in high school i simply would have died

PGourevitch: — William Carlos Williams, “The Doctor Stories"

storizenmag: “I think all writing is a disease. You can’t stop it.” — William Carlos Williams

KristinCleaves: "This is just to say I have stolen your cold brew That was in the fridge And which you were definitely saving for breakfast I'm not sorry I am eleven So cruel And so bold" ...is what my son would have said this morning if he was familiar with 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

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

FILmaracaibo: ’20 poemas’ de William Carlos Williams.

reeeeshie: Hi everyone! Hope all is well. Having just finished reading all poems ever written in English, i can confirm that William Carlos Williams winz.

flowerville_II: 'A world detached from the necessity of recording it, sufficient to itself, ....' William Carlos Williams - Spring and all

majormitchmajor: William Carlos Williams in 1934:

storizenmag: “I think all writing is a disease. You can’t stop it.” — William Carlos Williams

jcanconaleal: “I heavy of heart For I knew the novitiate was ended The ecstasy was over, the life begun.” -William Carlos Williams

onezeroronny: william carlos williams posting is back baybee

Schmacie: I will never, ever get sick of the birb app’s obsession with William Carlos Williams.

ChiLLiSizZzler: 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

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

FILmaracaibo: ’20 poemas’ de William Carlos Williams.

puertodelibros: ’20 poemas’ de William Carlos Williams.

ErikDHurt: I really appreciate the memeification of William Carlos Williams. That's a goofy ass poem. Dude just stole that guy's breakfast plums.

cwarn89: Wheelbarrow and chickens. - William Carlos Williams

WRITEHUNTER: I can't believe that William Carlos Williams didn't stop at one plum from the icebox. You ate the plumS? Multiple????

dodgemyeyes: While not even Pound is always perfect, no other poet has been more consistently right. Bunting is perhaps second, and early Zukofsky third. No one after Bunting had a more important breakthrough than William Carlos Williams, William Carlos Williams is dead wrong at least half th

toddedillard: so much depends upon a shrimp frying this rice -William Carlos Williams

JoeyP1120: Joey reads "Silence" by William Carlos Williams. Read for yourself:

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

egtrejos: (she) defended herself here against thieves, storms, sun, fire, against flies, ... against drought, against weeds, storm-tides, neighbors, weasels that stole her chickens, against the weakness of her own hands - William Carlos Williams

egtrejos: The whole world became my garden! But the sea which no one tends is also a garden - William Carlos Williams

foamfarm: “Time is a storm in which we are all lost.” — William Carlos Williams

ocdalvey: “Time is a storm in which we are all lost.” — William Carlos Williams

POETSorg: The sky has given over its bitterness. Out of the dark change all day long rain falls and falls as if it would never end. —William Carlos Williams

BridgetCallahan: This tweet brought to you by two particularly terrible stories about William Carlos Williams

nobedevil: Nothing better than a William Carlos Williams joke

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GrouchLessons: Pigheaded Poet by William Carlos Williams

Blood_Comet: I'm really only here for the William Carlos Williams riffs

tmpear: The pure products of America go crazy— William Carlos Williams

paruatsabi: Very Art Deco with a subtle nod to William Carlos Williams

JimmyCrumbs: Reading this in the midst of doing research for a paper on William Carlos Williams broke me

clitullus: I drank the last of the sour cherry nectar from the Turkish restaurant that I was saving for tomorrow. I could do a William Carlos Williams meme about this but I’m too sad.

DiodeBlue: "Covertly the hands of a great clock go round and round! Were they to move quickly and at once the whole secret would be out and the shuffling of all ants be done forever." - William Carlos Williams, from 'Overture to a Dance of Locomotives', 1921

PGourevitch: “The pure products of America go crazy” — William Carlos Williams “For Elsie”

Leon_Marc_Levy: A Sort of a Song (by William Carlos Williams)

Serenade_az: This is the reason Emily Dickinson is my one of my favorite poets. She packed so much into not many words. William Carlos Williams is on my favorites list for the same reason.

JimmieWrites: " 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

DanRebellato: Further Variations on William Carlos Williams

NicolaKohn: Please help. There was a William Carlos Williams spoof doing the rounds this week and I can’t for the life of me remember what it was. Suggestions???!

SeanSingerPoet: Genre is an unstable taxonomy because even though Lydia Davis and Joy Williams write fiction, David Shields writes nonfiction, and William Carlos Williams’s Paterson and Muriel Rukeyser’s U.S. 1 are poetry, as soon as you try to explain why they are in a genre, the lines blur.

jRayJn: We stop by the cemetery and look at the tombs— the dried flower heads on the graves— and moan and bewail— And nothing, nothing comes of it. - The Genius, William Carlos Williams

TocarraElise: Okay, I’m sorry I loved it. Asked her to prom as a joke and now I’m in love. Gave up football and now read William Carlos Williams poetry.

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princessekateri: “Observe the jasmine lightness of the moon.” ~ William Carlos Williams

SofiaJoubert: 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 © Leonard Misonne

most_impressive: I'll always bump a William Carlos Williams dunk.



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