Oscar Wilde Poem by Dorothy Parker

Oscar Wilde

Rating: 3.0


If, with the literate, I am
Impelled to try an epigram,
I never seek to take the credit;
We all assume that Oscar said it.

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Itapatricia Taaffe 04 August 2018

Love it, she was such a wit. Love her (and him of course)

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IlovePoetry 18 May 2018

very good yes very very good mmmmm nice

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juanita 07 January 2018

n aphorism is a short, witty statement that usually reflects some truth about life.... Aphorisms are similar to proverbs. An epigram is a short poem that also expresses some truth, but it might have a sarcastic or humorous tone.

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Dorothy Parker

Long Branch / New Jersey
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