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Poets’ Pet Names for Their Privates.
BY ADAM WASSON
[Originally published September 28, 2006.]
W.B. Yeats: “The Indifferent Beak”
T.S. Eliot: “An Easy Tool, Deferential, Glad to Be of Use”
Jonathan Swift: “An Immodest Proposal”
Wallace Stevens: “Pale Ramon”
Ezra Pound: “The Antenna of the Age”
Emily Dickinson: “A Narrow Fellow in the Grass”
e.e. cummings: “Bulge and Nuzzle”
Percy Shelley: “The unacknowledged legislator”
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