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And he bent his bow, took aim, and shot an arrow at the old poet, right into his heart.
The naughty boy, to shoot the old poet in that way; he who had taken him into his warm room, who had treated him so kindly, and who had given him warm wine and the very best apples!
The poet is the sayer, the namer, and represents beauty.
The sign and credentials of the poet are that he announces that which no man foretold.
No English poet before him has ever excelled his utterances on music, none has so much as rivalled his utterances on art.
That he had in youth the feelings of a poet I believe-for there are glimpses of extreme delicacy in his writings-(and delicacy is the poet's own kingdom-his El Dorado)-but they have the appearance of a better day recollected; and glimpses, at best, are little evidence of present poetic fire; we know that a few straggling flowers spring up daily in the crevices of the glacier.
Two Poets were quarrelling for the Apple of Discord and the Bone of Contention, for they were very hungry.
Both in this poem and others of Tennyson, and in every poet that I have loved, there are melodies and harmonies enfolding significance that appeared long after I had first read them, and had even learned them by heart; that lay weedy in my outer ear and were enough in their Mere beauty of phrasing, till the time came for them to reveal their whole meaning.
And so the lazy poet rose and followed the lady into a lovely garden.
And the poet rummaged in his pocket, and drew out a piece of brass, oblong, quadrangular, about a line in thickness, and an inch and a half in length.
The crowning mark of recognition came in 1843 when on the death of his friend Southey he was made Poet Laureate.
And which of us poets hath not adulterated his wine?