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Use "poesie" in a sentence
"[ "The term poesie populaire was employed, for the first time, in the"
"This impress M. Sainte-Beuve thought he found in the Antiquites de Rome, and the Regrets, which he ranks as what has been called poesie intime, that intensely modern sort of poetry in which the writer has for his aim the portraiture of his own most intimate moods, and to take the reader into his confidence."
"Responding to such poetry, Titian, the greatest of all Venetian painters, the 16th century master whose influence lasted down the years to affect El Greco and Velázquez, Rubens and Poussin, Rembrandt, Reynolds and even Turner, painted what he chose to call his poesie - poems - his late contribution to the old debate over which art inspired by the Muses, painting or poetry, is the superior."