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University of Arizona graduate 2013 I have been writing poetry for years

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List of poems by Linda Arnott 17 total

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Goethe
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Quintus Horatius Flaccus
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Han Shan
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Li Po
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Tamura Ryuichi
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Su Shih
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Wang Wei
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Po Chu-I
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Basho
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Hsieh Ling-Yun
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Tao Yuan-Ming
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Li Ho
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Tu Fu
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Alexander Pope
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Wang Feng-Yuan
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Chu Yuan
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Liu Tsung-Yuan
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