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'Tract' by William Carlos Williams
   has the opening lines   
I Will Teach You My Townspeople How to Perform a Funeral
1883-1963
'The Last Words of My English Grandmother' by William Carlos Williams
   has the opening lines   
There Were Some Dirty Plates and a Glass of Milk Beside Her on a Small Table...
near the rank, disheveled bed ... (1883-1963), Williams was a practicing MD
William Carlos Williams
   lifespan was   
1883-1963
American poet and medical doctor
'This Is Just To Say' by William Carlos Williams
   has the opening lines   
I Have Eaten the Plums That Were in the Icebox...
American poet and pediatrician, 1883-1963
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
The Last Words of My English Grandmother
"There were some dirty plates and a glass of milk beside her on a small table near the rank, dishevelled bed …"
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
Tract
"I will teach you my townspeople how to perform a funeral"
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
The Widow's Lament in Springtime
"Masses of flowers load the cherry branches and color some bushes yellow and some red"
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
Spring and All
Long poem, 1923; "By the road to the contagious hospital"
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
Paterson
"Before the grass is out the people are out and and bare twigs still whip the wind"
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
This Is Just To Say
"...I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox"
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
The Use of Force
1883-1963
Pictures from Brueghel
   was written by   
William Carlos Williams
New Directions, 1963
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
Spring and All
1923
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
Paterson
In 5 volumes, 1946-1958
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
Pictures from Brueghel
1962
William Carlos Williams
   wrote   
In the American Grain
1925






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