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Swine Flu Villanelle [May. 7th, 2009|12:57 pm]
Douglas Spencer
For those who take an interest in such things, that new villanelle is here.

[In other news, The villanelle is the most restrictive of all sandwich forms]
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[User Picture]From: profgeek
2009-05-07 11:20 pm (UTC)
I am mightily impressed! A couple weeks ago I was teaching closed form poetry, using Dylan Thomas' classic villanelle "Do not go gently into that good night" as a shining example of how it's done well. Now I can add another one to my class lesson.
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