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She distinguished herself equally as a poetess, and possessed, with great personal beauty, wit and genius in a superior degree.
I made a great effort, once more dismissed the recollections of the night, and fell once more to brooding on my saintly poetess.
A poetess herself, and the patron of poets, she remained the best counsellor her son ever had.
I have no doubt you will be a great poetess one of these days.
ERNEST LINWOODCAROLINE LEE HENTZ
Apropos to coffee, we all laughed heartily one day when some one recalled the verses of the poetess Druzbacka.
A statue of the poetess was erected by the grateful citizens and placed in the Temple of Venus.
In this sonnet the poetess has touched the power of Wordsworth or Keats and placed herself among the immortals.
An astonished city awoke one morning to find that Cordelia Vaughan was a poetess.
THE SILVER POPPYARTHUR STRINGER
Thoughtful people praised her; titled people dined her; and the press extolled the name of Phillis Wheatley, the African poetess.
This letter is a handsome compliment to the poetess, and does honor to both the head and heart of the general.

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