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poets, plural;
  1. A person who writes poems

  2. A person possessing special powers of imagination or expression

  1. a writer of poems (the term is usually reserved for writers of good poetry)
  2. (poetic) of or relating to poetry; "poetic works"; "a poetic romance"
  3. (poetic) characterized by romantic imagery; "Turner's vision of the rainbow...was poetic"
  4. (poetry) literature in metrical form
  5. (poetry) any communication resembling poetry in beauty or the evocation of feeling
  6. (poem) a composition written in metrical feet forming rhythmical lines
  7. A poet is a person who writes poetry. A poet's work can be literal, meaning that his work is derived from a specific event, or metaphorical, meaning that his work can take on many meanings and forms. ...
  8. The Poet is a 1981 album by Bobby Womack.
  9. The Poet is a 2007 Canadian drama film starring Colm Feore, Roy Scheider, Kim Coates and Daryl Hannah. It was written by Jack Crystal and directed by Damian Lee, with an estimated budget of CAD 11 million. It was released in the United States as Hearts of War.
  10. The Poet is a novel written by award-winning American author Michael Connelly. Novel listing on the official website of author Michael Connelly; Accessed on June 2, 2007 It was first published in 1996; a sequel, The Narrows, was published in 2004. ...
  11. "The Poet" is an essay by U.S. writer Ralph Waldo Emerson, written between 1841 and 1843 and published in his Essays, Second Series in 1844. It is not about "men of poetical talents, or of industry and skill in meter, but of the true poet."
  12. (Poetic (hiphop)) Anthony Ian Berkeley (November 15, 1964 – July 15, 2001) better known as Poetic, was an American rapper and producer. He was also a founding member of the hip-hop group, Gravediggaz, where he used the alias Grym Reaper.
  13. A person who writes poems
  14. (poetry) The class of literature comprising poems; Composition in verse or language exhibiting conscious attention to patterns; A poet's literary production; A 'poetical' quality, artistic and/or artfull, which appeals or stirs the imagination, in any medium
  15. (poem) a literary piece written in verse; a piece of writing in the tradition of poetry, an instance of poetry; a piece of poetic writing, that is with an intensity or depth of expression or inspiration greater than is usual in prose
  16. (poëm) Alternative spelling of poem
  17. (Poetic) or literary: words or meanings used only in poetry or the most formal writing, such as eve for evening and o'er for over.
  18. (poetry) a type of literature in which ideas and feelings are expressed in compact, imaginative, and often musical language.  Poets arrange words in ways designed to touch readers’ senses, emotions, and minds.  Most poems are written in lines that may contain patterns of rhyme and rhythm. ...
  19. (5. (c) Poetry) Writing that is imaginative and emotional, written with words that are vivid and colorful.  These words are                                                                       then arranged so that they have pleasing sound and rhythm; e.g., sonnets, limericks, free verse, etc.)
  20. (POETRY) A variable literary genre characterized by rhythmical patterns of language. These patterns typically consist of patterns of meter (regular patterns of high and low stress), syllabification (the number of syllables in each line of text), rhyme, alliteration, or combinations of these ...
  21. (POETRY) Printed text written with a specific rhythm, and possibly rhyme, unlike ordinary language.
  22. (POETRY) The next five books of the Old Testament (Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs) are books of poetry and wisdom. Hebrew poetry often uses pairs of lines. The second line either repeats the thought of the first or gives an opposite. ...
  23. (Poetry) (from the Greek word poiesis, meaning "making") a song or words composed in the form of verse (as opposed to ordinary speech or prose), generally conveying a heightened consciousness, heightened perception, insight or meditation. ...
  24. (Poetry) An imaginative response to experience reflecting a keen awareness of language. Its first characteristic is rhythm, marked by regularity far surpassing that of prose. Poetry’s rhyme affords an obvious difference from prose. ...
  25. (Poetry) Bhānusiṃha Ṭhākurer Paḍāvalī (1884) · Gitanjali (1910)