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* Only 76.2% of all poets, living or dead, are gay.
 
* Only 76.2% of all poets, living or dead, are gay.
   
:<small>16.7% are bisexual, 5.4% are in denial about it, and 1.2% are asexual. The remainder are, in fact, straight.</small>
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:<small>16.7% are bisexual, 5.4% are in denial about it, and 1.7% are asexual. The remainder are, in fact, straight.</small>
   
 
* If dark Romantic poetry were 60's and 70's American politics, Nathaniel Hawthorne would've been [[Lyndon Johnson]], Poe would've been [[JFK]], and [[Moby Dick|Herman Melville]] would've been [[Richard Nixon|Dick Nixon]].
 
* If dark Romantic poetry were 60's and 70's American politics, Nathaniel Hawthorne would've been [[Lyndon Johnson]], Poe would've been [[JFK]], and [[Moby Dick|Herman Melville]] would've been [[Richard Nixon|Dick Nixon]].

Latest revision as of 21:15, May 28, 2008

  • Only 76.2% of all poets, living or dead, are gay.
16.7% are bisexual, 5.4% are in denial about it, and 1.7% are asexual. The remainder are, in fact, straight.
  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem She Came & Went is about a dead baby.
His daughter, but a dead baby none-the-less.
  • At the age of 12, Charles Dickens used to work in a boot-blacking factory.
Charles Dickens is the one who looks like Tim Burton.
  • A "huckleberry finn" is a type of berry bush native only to Missouri.
  • Geoffrey Chaucer was born on Retrocession Day (Taiwan).
  • Don't Say Goodbye by Edmund Spenser is the longest haiku ever written, at a whopping total of four lines.
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