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Pronunciation:

[p_ˈəʊ_ɪ_t_ɹ_ɪ], [pˈə͡ʊɪtɹɪ], [pˈə‍ʊɪtɹɪ]
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Synonyms for Poetry:

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Quotes for Poetry:

  1. Eloquence is the poetry of prose. William C. Bryant.
  2. Cut quarrels out of literature, and you will have very little history or drama or fiction or epic poetry left. Robert Wilson Lynd.
  3. Women are treated as unjustly in poetry as in life. The feminine ones are not idealistic, and the idealistic not feminine. Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel.

Adjectives for Poetry:

  • classical northern,
  • solemn and insincere,
  • pretentious, solemn and insincere,
  • bad, class-conscious,
  • customary pre-coital,
  • bad impromptu,
  • wonderful, mature,
  • forgettable lyric,
  • spanish legendary,
  • wonderful vigorous,
  • high-tech electric,
  • secular lyrical,
  • offensively obscene,
  • german baroque,
  • anonymous, invasive,
  • politically inspiring,
  • fairly literary,
  • excellent speculative,
  • damn concrete,
  • interesting, edgy,
  • state-of-the-art fantastical,
  • agreeable mock,
  • flat, unmusical,
  • ‘‘lyrical,
  • purest masculine,
  • less much,
  • fine but irrelevant,
  • italy provencal,
  • subjective elegiac,
  • fine fugitive,
  • always chaste and elegant,
  • thrilling and exalted,
  • pretentious, premeditated,
  • always elegant and chaste,
  • provecal,
  • finest sufi,
  • danish, swedish and dutch,
  • tame religious,
  • provencal popular,
  • provencal,
  • polish lyric,
  • elegiac french,
  • courtly mediaeval,
  • impressionistic lyric,
  • true and melodic,
  • generalized provencal,
  • naive and natural,
  • provencal, italian and german,
  • german and provençal,
  • distinctive new,
  • free, naive,
  • mediaeval heroic,
  • familiar and recognizable,
  • keen and remote,
  • delicate and ardent,
  • narrative, lyric and dramatic,
  • sentimental and naive,
  • generally patriotic or fraternal,
  • chiefly reflective,
  • chiefly reflective and descriptive,
  • mystic new,
  • reflective and dramatic,
  • emotional and lyric,
  • sentimental sacred,
  • nowadays lyrical,
  • genuinely provencal,
  • meditative, speculative,
  • better minor,
  • dead, true,
  • classic celtic,
  • seventeenth-century religious,
  • vaguely illicit,
  • cold, volcanic,
  • exquisitely lyrical,
  • poignant and vivid,
  • passionate and lyrical,
  • rather well-received,
  • possible, weird,
  • special weird,
  • conventional metrical,
  • modern or post-modern,
  • bleak visual,
  • long, fabulous,
  • original and classic,
  • obscure and bizarre,
  • gay middle-aged,
  • lilting lyrical,
  • satirical and burlesque,
  • dramatic or other,
  • new provençal,
  • best, descriptive,
  • generally patriotic,
  • subjective lyric,
  • lyric and allegoric,
  • singularly vile,
  • good, recent,
  • oriental,
  • british romantic,
  • romantic and victorian,
  • terse and energetic,
  • interesting and magnificent,
  • always chaste,
  • naive and genuine,
  • teutonic alliterative,
  • older teutonic,
  • mythological or heroic,
  • naive natural,
  • mediæval french,
  • tragic and lyric,
  • musical irish,
  • preferred sacred,
  • hysterically bad,
  • lean and disturbing,
  • gupernal,
  • still antique but much,
  • still antique,
  • apocalyptic, mad,
  • crazy, bad,
  • etruscan erotic,
  • erotic etruscan,
  • languorous phonic,
  • grotesque, situational,
  • consistently pathetic,
  • erotic or pastoral,
  • occasional excellent,
  • enchanting romantic,
  • introspective, analytical,
  • national didactic,
  • essentially national and difficult,
  • hence heroic,
  • perhaps baronial,
  • little implicit,
  • german minor,
  • imaginative pastoral,
  • reflective lyric,
  • hence amorous,
  • especially bucolic,
  • uninspired sacred,
  • british lyric,
  • secular or pagan,
  • secular romantic,
  • oriental amorous,
  • real, primitive,
  • aside didactic,
  • sweetest external,
  • chiefly religious and devotional,
  • tangible lyrical,
  • didactic and devotional,
  • indigenous lyric,
  • already present and potent,
  • genuine but unassuming,
  • high-sounding and material,
  • oldest communal,
  • original and very ancient,
  • highly romantic and impassioned,
  • consistently ethereal,
  • elegiac pastoral,
  • unconsciously lyrical,
  • pathetic or imaginative,
  • superb and sombre,
  • burlesque and facetious,
  • bohemian popular,
  • teutonic popular,
  • lyrical sacred,
  • beautiful but indecisive,
  • verbal and sensuous,
  • improvisatory and enigmatical,
  • degenerate contemporary,
  • lyrical and idyllic,
  • real, lyrical and idyllic,
  • satirical and sublime,
  • feverish and exuberant,
  • moorish popular,
  • muddy metaphysical,
  • real and rarest,
  • joyous, lyric,
  • boundless, pure,
  • pastoral and descriptive,
  • heroic pastoral,
  • sure, modern,
  • jocose italian,
  • french essential,
  • facile and unimportant,
  • middling french,
  • sentimental or descriptive,
  • purely sentimental or descriptive,
  • unhappy, serious,
  • sweetest and most absolute,
  • indifferent material,
  • local legendary,
  • pleasing original,
  • deep, unwritten,
  • genuine and impressive,
  • descriptive sacred,
  • characteristic and real,
  • darkly austere and practical,
  • darkly austere,
  • sensitive lyric,
  • mythic or ritual,
  • peculiar, gloomy,
  • anonymous, popular,
  • eleventh but little,
  • sublime or exquisite,
  • amatory and panegyrical,
  • essentially metaphysical and romantic,
  • sublimely powerful,
  • aloud german,
  • often trivial and sentimental,
  • pleasing and effeminate,
  • aloud high,
  • heroic or sentimental,
  • modern idyllic,
  • frankly lyrical,
  • fiery, unconventional,
  • fragrant elusive,
  • pleasing burlesque,
  • intense and fresh,
  • elizabethan jacobean,
  • elegiac and didactic,
  • devotional or patriotic,
  • rugged and expressive,
  • extraordinarily keen and accurate,
  • amorous and passionate,
  • undying lyrical,
  • old elegiac,
  • harmonious, elegant,
  • descriptive and satirical,
  • didactic, descriptive and satirical,
  • entire chivalrous,
  • polish dramatic,
  • scrupulous, passionate,
  • classical quantitative,
  • miscellaneous and popular,
  • frail but graceful,
  • fair occasional,
  • indeed french,
  • bad reflective,
  • heroic and profound,
  • terrestrial and almost human,
  • so-called sentimental,
  • lyrical popular,
  • little but religious,
  • probably little but religious,
  • popular, secular,
  • purely popular and indigenous,
  • prettiest egyptian,
  • newborn didactic,
  • unpublished british,
  • indigenous lyrical,
  • symbolical philosophical,
  • formal erotic,
  • clear and inborn,
  • carelessly free,
  • finer ancient,
  • political and satiric,
  • such and lyrical,
  • religious lyrical,
  • average lyrical,
  • lower reflective,
  • noble reflective,
  • permanent, great,
  • amatory and lyric,
  • chaste, transparent,
  • especially amatory,
  • lyric and especially amatory,
  • ready-made or artificial,
  • imperishable lyric,
  • extant popular,
  • purely natural and indigenous,
  • good or even bearable,
  • popular epical,
  • elegiac and pastoral,
  • little but pure,
  • lyrical and sacred,
  • moral and lyrical,
  • sure comic,
  • turgid and chaotic,
  • romantic nor classic,
  • rugged and martial,
  • peculiar chivalrous,
  • unaffected and elemental,
  • often archaic and obscure,
  • sad, extravagant,
  • elegiac, iambic and lyric,
  • rhythmic sacred,
  • profane lyrical,
  • harmonious, sonorous,
  • exclusively erotic,
  • rich, popular,
  • dramatic and elegiac,
  • lyrical, dramatic and elegiac,
  • lyrical or contemplative,
  • pastoral and comic,
  • naturalistic and extremely bad,
  • whole, french,
  • older lyrical,
  • popular unwritten,
  • german idyllic,
  • meditative or reflective,
  • fantastic, emotional,
  • |only medieval,
  • florid effeminate,
  • selected descriptive,
  • lyrical and erotic,
  • basically rhetorical and persuasive,
  • basically rhetorical,
  • ceaseless, eternal,
  • especially didactic,
  • lyric and especially didactic,
  • brahmanical artificial,
  • consummately easy and plain,
  • consummately easy,
  • didactic, lyrical and elegiac,
  • cheerful, breezy,
  • rude and beautiful,
  • latent and unknown,
  • ready-made operatic,
  • prodigal and sumptuous,
  • grandly solemn and exquisite,
  • fragile and exotic,
  • biblical and homespun,
  • oldest and classical,
  • truant and irregular,
  • whereof modern,
  • ancient iambic,
  • dramatic or didactic,
  • devotional gaelic,
  • radiant or spiritual,
  • pathetic and descriptive,
  • richest mere,
  • average, essential,
  • far utter,
  • formal and romantic,
  • didactic or satiric,
  • own elegiac,
  • uneven and slipshod,
  • curiously uneven and slipshod,
  • worse, prosaic,
  • religious and lyrical,
  • monotonous lyric,
  • descriptive but irrelevant,
  • lyric subjective,
  • provence provencal,
  • mostly choral and historic,
  • iambic and elegiac,
  • entirely lyric and didactic,
  • entirely lyric,
  • idyllic and erotic,
  • pastoral and satirical,
  • sacred and popular,
  • rustic and popular,
  • scurrilous, obscene,
  • satirical or ribald,
  • good digestible,
  • popular allegorical,
  • serious or amusing,
  • literary lyric,
  • humorous lyrical,
  • extremely vile,
  • heartfelt religious,
  • meditative and contemplative,
  • classic pagan,
  • older communal,
  • real humorous,
  • descriptive and fanciful,
  • delicate and simple,
  • extraordinarily eloquent,
  • lofty and grand,
  • polish popular,
  • aristocratically exclusive,
  • spirited, graceful,
  • more gaelic,
  • colossal naked,
  • graceful, erotic,
  • refined and harmonious,
  • exquisite mediaeval,
  • allegorical erotic,
  • strenuous natural,
  • devout and sublime,
  • much, true,
  • later alliterative,
  • classical pastoral,
  • old-fashioned pastoral,
  • great, unspoken,
  • correspondingly realistic,
  • lyric and didactic,
  • modern descriptive,
  • much eighteenth-century,
  • fine erotic,
  • deeply subjective,
  • simple, intimate,
  • early alliterative,
  • wild, unwritten,
  • truly national and popular,
  • surely genuine,
  • lyric and romantic,
  • purely serious,
  • german and provencal,
  • practically german,
  • genuine and sublime,
  • regular lyrical,
  • mystico-sensual,
  • irregular wild,
  • informal and popular,
  • much burlesque,
  • exalted dramatic,
  • indigenous popular,
  • wholly inimitable,
  • probably little,
  • popular and indigenous,
  • extant old,
  • considerable true,
  • native heroic,
  • descriptive and elegiac,
  • high or true,
  • higher reflective,
  • best reflective,
  • semi-historical, semi-mythical,
  • italian didactic,
  • romantic or gothic,
  • legendary and sacred,
  • melodious lyrical,
  • lyric and satiric,
  • vital lyric,
  • dramatic and bucolic,
  • genuine and impassioned,
  • older sacred,
  • appropriate sacred,
  • political and amatory,
  • dominant universal,
  • japanese classical,
  • homely pastoral,
  • anthropomorphic religious,
  • inane patriotic,
  • thy simplest,
  • occasional didactic,
  • solemn, inspiring,
  • musical, sonorous,
  • stern, somber,
  • modern patriotic,
  • non-satirical,
  • rather every-day,
  • mostly choral,
  • satirical,
  • lyric and amatory,
  • new provencal,
  • excellent lyric,
  • ever genuine,
  • didactic and elegiac,
  • finest romantic,
  • good sacred,
  • earliest lyric,
  • romantic and impassioned,
  • high lyric,
  • terrible and impressive,
  • sentimental pastoral,
  • ironical or satirical,
  • sentimental and passionate,
  • again primitive,
  • spanish lyrical,
  • exquisite passionate,
  • strong, pithy,
  • wild, indigenous,
  • older heroic,
  • artificial, pastoral,
  • sweet and limpid,
  • higher heroic,
  • ordinary didactic,
  • simple and deep,
  • blinding and dazzling,
  • wholly miraculous,
  • vigorous and passionate,
  • deep, unintelligible,
  • french, german or italian,
  • forth grand,
  • dramatic and imitative,
  • lyric and idyllic,
  • lighter lyric,
  • french devotional,
  • much, beautiful,
  • older northern,
  • good and abiding,
  • dutch popular,
  • rumanian popular,
  • best occasional,
  • german and true,
  • contemporary lyric,
  • mere lyrical,
  • popular and mythological,
  • religious popular,
  • popular erotic,
  • fine mature,
  • showy oriental,
  • classic or modern,
  • german sacred,
  • modern martial,
  • sheer, wonderful,
  • early elegiac,
  • tragic historical,
  • lyrical and epical,
  • german alliterative,
  • national lyric,
  • perhaps truer,
  • easy and plain,
  • real, dyed-in-the-wool,
  • solemn and exquisite,
  • grandly solemn,
  • grand and pathetic,
  • wild, imaginative,
  • pure descriptive,
  • heroic national,
  • recent minor,
  • cheap rural,
  • soft penetrating,
  • striking lyrical,
  • recent fashionable,
  • anonymous popular,
  • artistic and natural,
  • exquisite and penetrating,
  • true and impressive,
  • true humorous,
  • hard and naked,
  • magnificent lyric,
  • grandest lyric,
  • pastoral and romantic,
  • subsequent romantic,
  • much pathetic,
  • pleasing pastoral,
  • good fugitive,
  • simple and magnificent,
  • strictly separate,
  • solemn and impassioned,
  • essentially metaphysical,
  • subtle, refined,
  • finest heroic,
  • poisonous french,
  • already lofty,
  • so-called humorous,
  • stern and vigorous,
  • modern subjective,
  • serious and impassioned,
  • old descriptive,
  • own metrical,
  • rather turgid,
  • sweeter and deeper,
  • modern conjugal,
  • harsh and grim,
  • natural and indigenous,
  • impassioned and imaginative,
  • dissertational,
  • austrian political,
  • delicate amatory,
  • often archaic,
  • trivial and ephemeral,
  • expressive musical,
  • nevertheless genuine,
  • true old-world,
  • older and grander,
  • large elementary,
  • later lyric,
  • danish dramatic,
  • previous and contemporary,
  • grandest and richest,
  • minor elizabethan,
  • older popular,
  • vague, cloudy,
  • exquisite sacred,
  • least excellent,
  • elizabethan dramatic,
  • purely delightful,
  • greater lyric,
  • popular and artistic,
  • local and ephemeral,
  • indeed genuine,
  • nationalistic political,
  • contemporary celtic,
  • vivid popular,
  • much immortal,
  • lyrical and other,
  • subsequent italian,
  • much fragmentary,
  • elizabethan romantic,
  • fine meditative,
  • serious or sentimental,
  • elegiac and lyric,
  • truest and holiest,
  • much sorry,
  • utter fine,
  • later artificial,
  • stern and desolate,
  • frankly pagan,
  • much elizabethan,
  • perfect lyric,
  • also exquisite,
  • noble, uplifting,
  • early armenian,
  • also appropriate,
  • merely high,
  • miraculously beautiful,
  • lewd and obscene,
  • japanese and western,
  • somewhat pedestrian,
  • german lyrical,
  • vigorous and realistic,
  • beautiful mystic,
  • non-lyrical,
  • gay and amorous,
  • weird, grotesque,
  • french seventeenth-century,
  • syrian and jewish,
  • early lyrical,
  • popular heroic,
  • formal and artificial,
  • best ethical,
  • concrete and tangible,
  • noble ideal,
  • irish native,
  • general pastoral,
  • primitive popular,
  • medieval or modern,
  • philosophical or political,
  • so-called pastoral,
  • simple beautiful,
  • vile political,
  • nobly beautiful,
  • early lyric,
  • good norwegian,
  • wonderfully vigorous,
  • mediæval german,
  • deep and pathetic,
  • romantic mediaeval,
  • much minor,
  • horrible french,
  • delicate and fantastic,
  • solemn, gloomy,
  • amazingly bad,
  • highest tragic,
  • modern classic,
  • jewish and german,
  • bright and serene,
  • often disappointing,
  • ultra-sentimental,
  • lighter french,
  • earlier heroic,
  • religious and didactic,
  • elizabethan and early jacobean,
  • general romantic,
  • much ideal,
  • early sacred,
  • true spontaneous,
  • much chinese,
  • finest lyrical,
  • sweet artless,
  • old lyric,
  • anonymous bad,
  • elegant and primal,
  • frequently delightful,
  • usually stilted and boring,
  • french narrative,
  • concrete fractal,
  • bad, obscure,
  • noble hebraic,
  • lyric, didactic,
  • intuitive, irrepressible,
  • much fugitive,
  • originally direct and personal,
  • originally direct,
  • genuinely nationalist,
  • mediaeval and popular,
  • didactic and panegyrical,
  • moral, didactic and panegyrical,
  • same orphic,
  • personal formal,
  • elegiac or amorous,
  • intensely personal and direct,
  • real elegiac,
  • chiefly subjective or lyrical,
  • chiefly subjective,
  • short, pastoral,
  • lyrical and subjective,
  • correct, eloquent,
  • pedantic vulgar,
  • ancient or national,
  • amatory and emotional,
  • beautiful anonymous,
  • rude unconscious,
  • formal lyric,
  • doric and choral,
  • later sicilian,
  • idyllic and didactic,
  • didactic or philosophic,
  • other or softer,
  • also lyrical,
  • aloud french,
  • heroic and satirical,
  • finest chivalrous,
  • purely incidental and negative,
  • amatory or convivial,
  • abundant elegiac,
  • choicest humorous,
  • fiercely sensuous,
  • noblest lyric,
  • especial lyrical,
  • weak and aristocratic,
  • contemporaneous belgian,
  • unconditional, romantic,
  • appropriately popular,
  • courtly romantic,
  • usually stilted,
  • whole, minor,
  • wild solemn,
  • earliest pastoral,
  • boldest lyric,
  • devotional and sacred,
  • mere late,
  • italian patriotic,
  • secular jewish,
  • much durable,
  • moribund or extinct,
  • sacred and sacrificial,
  • fresh brilliant,
  • simplest german,
  • sacred or domestic,
  • descriptive and sentimental,
  • rich and admirable,
  • early didactic,
  • pastoral or idyllic,
  • oldest lyric,
  • common liturgical,
  • democratic and natural,
  • personal lyric,
  • low or familiar,
  • french erotic,
  • provençal lyric,
  • courtly medieval,
  • perfect lyrical,
  • simple lyric,
  • short, excellent,
  • own amatory,
  • finer dramatic,
  • jewish medieval,
  • emotional german,
  • purely sacrificial,
  • truly teutonic,
  • much lyric,
  • modern mystical,
  • never sweeter or more,
  • second-rate eighteenth-century,
  • later comic,
  • older alliterative,
  • reflective and didactic,
  • restless and aspiring,
  • dark feverish,
  • foreign pastoral,
  • true idyllic,
  • thoroughly secular,
  • lyric and tragic,
  • grim and tragic,
  • plaintive and melodious,
  • naive, simple,
  • serious and moral,
  • national heroic,
  • net indian,
  • ancient lyric,
  • religious and communal,
  • so-called communal,
  • noble lyric,
  • wonderful lyric,
  • much legendary,
  • popular ecclesiastical,
  • consciously artistic,
  • such babylonian,
  • national and original,
  • fine chivalrous,
  • popular and literary,
  • beautiful and captivating,
  • much classic,
  • teutonic heroic,
  • merely attractive,
  • devotional and moral,
  • pure, truthful,
  • especially romantic,
  • lofty and profound,
  • wild sylvan,
  • true gaelic,
  • never sweeter,
  • continental german,
  • regular conventional,
  • italian pastoral,
  • modern sentimental,
  • ancient pastoral,
  • primitive pastoral,
  • often original,
  • sometimes elizabethan,
  • mute melodious,
  • classical and artificial,
  • progressive universal,
  • spurious and uneven,
  • lyric and pastoral,
  • impressive but unhealthy,
  • poetry real,
  • respectable sacred,
  • iambic and lyric,
  • courtly lyric,
  • first-class heroic,
  • victorian lyrical,
  • reflective or lyric,
  • bad or common,
  • italian narrative,
  • magnificent republican,
  • regular and pretentious,
  • patriotic lyrical,
  • impressive and genuine,
  • sometimes remote and difficult,
  • fresh, primeval,
  • just laotian,
  • satirical and elegiac,
  • old banal,
  • ideal dramatic,
  • popular warlike,
  • equally grand and ornamental,
  • especially lyric,
  • own and dramatic,
  • vigorous or vital,
  • moderns classical and romantic,
  • moderns classical,
  • therefore dramatic,
  • good solemn,
  • rural or pastoral,
  • distinctively australian,
  • choicest lyric,
  • sublime lyric,
  • serious and allegorical,
  • popular secular,
  • pastoral and didactic,
  • german and northern,
  • excellent secondary,
  • sometimes remote,
  • richest and most substantial,
  • humorous german,
  • empty and sonorous,
  • lyric and religious,
  • reflective and descriptive,
  • would-be tragic,
  • lyric, dramatic,
  • earlier lyric,
  • spirited and elegant,
  • lyrical and descriptive,
  • descriptive and didactic,
  • higher italian,
  • highest romantic,
  • dim, unconscious,
  • popular lyric,
  • spanish popular,
  • early indigenous,
  • italian lyrical,
  • modern pastoral,
  • best secondary,
  • deepest and most passionate,
  • still quaint,
  • much stupid,
  • concrete and material,
  • higher dramatic,
  • modern lyrical,
  • low physical,
  • french lyrical,
  • old lyrical,
  • sweet, artless,
  • chiefly religious,
  • dramatic and heroic,
  • beautiful descriptive,
  • vaguely disquieting,
  • more colonial,
  • lyric and elegiac,
  • italian dramatic,
  • irish religious,
  • national popular,
  • quite meaningless,
  • excellent popular,
  • especially german,
  • whole appalling,
  • romantic and heroic,
  • preferred lyric,
  • purple but cloudy,
  • sympathetic devotional,
  • harmonious and sublime,
  • perfect and very poisonous,
  • strict pastoral,
  • sensuous and somewhat morbid,
  • facetious and burlesque,
  • wild, feline,
  • secular lyric,
  • provencal and italian,
  • lyrical and elegiac,
  • contemplative and religious,
  • earliest teutonic,
  • genuinely fine,
  • genuine modern,
  • moral and devotional,
  • old alliterative,
  • exquisite lyric,
  • partial and limited,
  • graceful and attractive,
  • quaint and native,
  • salacious erotic,
  • medieval turkish,
  • romantic narrative,
  • didactic or ethical,
  • middle-class didactic,
  • genuine three-dimensional,
  • artificial and exotic,
  • satirical and other,
  • splendid lyric,
  • elegiac and iambic,
  • modern gaelic,
  • curiously limited,
  • german heroic,
  • best pastoral,
  • such didactic,
  • damn cheap,
  • moral and didactic,
  • new classic,
  • deeply tragic,
  • german mediaeval,
  • german medieval,
  • genuinely religious,
  • modern norwegian,
  • chinese lyric,
  • religious lyric,
  • net recent,
  • bold and awful,
  • bucolic and erotic,
  • provencal lyric,
  • choral lyric,
  • best lyrical,
  • italian romantic,
  • italian lyric,
  • elfin classic,
  • pastoral and local,
  • pleasant unconscious,
  • traditional gaelic,
  • especially dramatic,
  • incomparably fine,
  • finnish national,
  • much exquisite,
  • modern romantic,
  • rich and very physical,
  • unpublished gaelic,
  • lyrical and dramatic,
  • beautiful religious,
  • satiric and didactic,
  • rude, unpolished,
  • italian popular,
  • genuine and original,
  • damned maritime,
  • pathetic and impassioned,
  • doric lyric,
  • mere descriptive,
  • purely lyrical,
  • early romantic,
  • purely popular,
  • dutch flat,
  • modern lyric,
  • dramatic and lyric,
  • sweet girlish,
  • naive and sentimental,
  • lyric and dramatic,
  • simple and sentimental,
  • single-sentence,
  • french romantic,
  • much beautiful,
  • spanish lyric,
  • german lyric,
  • ancient popular,
  • early popular,
  • new romantic,
  • french lyric,
  • alliterative,
  • elegiac,
  • descriptive,
  • didactic,
  • pastoral,
  • lyrical,
  • lyric.
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