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poetry noun

ADJ. good, great | classical | contemporary, modern | 18th-century, etc. | dramatic, epic, heroic, lyric, narrative | Modernist, Romantic, symbolist, etc. | love, pastoral, war, etc.

QUANT. line He began his speech with a few lines of poetry. | piece | anthology, book, collection, volume

VERB + POETRY compose, write | read | recite | learn by heart At school we had to learn a lot of poetry by heart.

POETRY + NOUN book, collection | reading She invited me to one of her poetry readings. | competition, workshop | group

PREP. in ~ an essay on imagery in poetry