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Already I hear the wanton breezes sighing in Sapphic softness and the forests' elegiac murmur.
UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM
Virgilius Mars wrote in hexameters; Horatius Flaccus in alcaic, sapphic, and anapestic verse.
The Sapphic strophe of Francisco de la Torre has been not infrequently imitated.
Lesbian, or Sapphic love is, so Taxel claims, prevalent to an enormous degree among the fashionable ladies of Paris.
The Asclepiadeian stanza he employs much less frequently, the Sapphic only once, and that with indifferent success.
Next came the turn of Donna Emilia, a very burning poetess, for a Sapphic ode; and so on and so on.
LITTLE NOVELS OF ITALYMAURICE HENRY HEWLETT
It may be considered introductory to his poem entitled The Church (Sapphic verse and sundry other metres).
Of these, four are in hendecasyllabics, one in the Alcaic and one in the Sapphic stanza.
He forgot all about Sappho, but the Sapphic vibrations went on increasingly.
YELLOWSTONE NIGHTSHERBERT QUICK
The influence of the Sapphic legend, I fancy, not alone because of the sweet inversion.
PAINTED VEILSJAMES HUNEKER

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