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Music and Poetry
Music and poetry share many commonalities. Most prevalent is the ability of both art forms to cut through outer layers of experience and touch the very soul…
Music and poetry share many commonalities. Most prevalent is the ability of both art forms to cut through outer layers of experience and touch the very soul of the listener or reader. Both music and poetry awaken our senses, renew our passions, enlighten us and help us encapsulate feelings from the most mundane to the ethereal.
We feature the work of early Renaissance poets
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William Wordsworth finishes our celebration of romantic poetry.
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