Moeurs Contemporaines: From Poems from Lustra

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Author: Ezra Pound  | Date: 1918

III

Soiree

UPON learning that the mother wrote verses,

And that the father wrote verses,

And that the youngest son was in a publisher’s

office,

And that the friend of the second daughter was

undergoing a novel,

The young American pilgrim

Exclaimed:

"This is a darn’d clever bunch!"

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Chicago: Ezra Pound, "III," Moeurs Contemporaines: From Poems from Lustra Original Sources, accessed November 29, 2022, http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=KPBSHIUF8RQHFJQ.

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