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of the author) Her first two lines lead us to expect a realistic-yet-loving poem a la Shakespeares Sonnet 130 (My mistress eyes are nothing like the sun). London: Faber and Faber, 1991. In By the Round Pond ( If I Dont Know ) Cope captures the essence of several philosophical and theological puzzlestopics of countless booksin twelve spare lines. All that is needed is to choreograph a dance routine based on the first stanza. Pieces of Me: Wendy Cope, Poet. Black Beauty./She made me learn the piano./She taught me to swim/For all that, I am grateful./As for the rest, I can begin/To imagine forgiving her (13-15, 19-21). In the 1987, Wendy Cope was rewarded by the Cholmondeley Award.
From the get-go, Cope expertly lures us into experiencing the narrators own contemplative frame of mind. Cope is giving us vicarious zingers. In Once Im Dead, Seeing You, Keep Saying This, and other poems in Family Values, her triolets and villanelles do the same for recurrent fears of deathwhile the run-on, Ogden-Nashian couplets of My Funeral match her concern that prolix mourners might use the occasion. James Persoon and Robert. For children: Twiddling Your Thumbs. Cole is William Rossa Cole, who was also a fine poet.