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Elizabeth Bishop Poems | Quotes | Articles

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Elizabeth Bishop poems, biography, quotes, examples of poetry, articles, essays and more. The best Elizabeth Bishop resource with comprehensive poet information, a list of poems, short poems, quotations, best poems, poet's works and more.

Elizabeth Bishop Biography...An American poet and writer.. American poet and short-story writer; US Poet Laureate

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Quote Left Remembering the Strait of Belle Isle or some northerly harbor of Labrador,... Quote Right
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Quote Left Time to plant tears, says the almanac. The grandmother sings to the marvellous stove and the child draws another inscrutable house. Quote Right
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Quote Left With crayons the child draws a rigid house and a winding pathway. Then the child puts in a man with buttons like tears Quote Right
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Quote Left Somebody arranges the rows of cans... Quote Right
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Quote Left Arthur was very small. He was all white, like a doll that hadn't been painted yet. Quote Right
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