Thesaurus / poesy
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How difficult, then, to ascertain the truth respecting our poesy and music!

The first section, which alone concerns us here, is almost entirely based on the Defence of Poesy.

Francis I.'s good will did more for learned and classical literature than for poesy.

Yet, in spite of all noble resolution, the voice of Poesy was sweet, and he could not shut his ears to it.

Robert BurnsGabriel Setoun

The spirit of poesy is the morning light, which makes the statue of Memnon sound.

Will anybody grant me this, then I will reason with him about Poesy, for we begin with something in common.

We are here to hold our parliament with love and poesy, as men were wont to do in the Middle Ages.

Yes, for I seem to live in a sphere of poesy when I think of thee.

Sweet MaceGeorge Manville Fenn

And therefore the length of some of the modern Italian and English compositions is against the rules of this kind of poesy.

But its colour and poesy do not compensate for the diffuseness of the plot and the undramatic conclusion.

BalzacFrederick Lawton

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