spiritual language poetry & writings

a mamaist coining

 

one whose soul is roomy: Rumi
one who in the face of divinity is undaunted: Dante

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one who is a son of Amor: Emerson
one who has manly wit: Whitman
one who when walled-in suffers himself thoroughly:
Thoreau

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one for whom the Body is bawdy: Baudelaire
one who avails himself of Apollo’s airs: Apollinaire
one who when ardent is a closet Rambo: Rimbaud

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one who knows well a word’s worth: Wordsworth
one who when he wants to can shell out: Shelly
one who has a key to the exchange: Keats

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one who in the depths of his soul stays wild: Wilde
one whose inspiration is in following his own beat:
Ginsberg
one whose vision heralds a broad sky: Brodsky

 

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