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Poeta nascitur non fit, [poets are born, not made] is a sentence of as great truth as antiquity; it being most certain, that all the acquired learning imaginable is insufficient to compleat a poet, without a natural genius and propensity to so noble and sublime an art.
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There is also another named Southey, who is more than a poet, being actually poet Laureate,-a post which corresponds with what we call in Italy Poeta Cesareo, and which you call in German-I know not what; but as you have a '_Caesar_'-probably you have a name for it.
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In your capacity of poeta sovrano, you must, as Dante says of Homer, pass on your way quietly and undisturbedly, si come sire.
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See _Poeta Saxo_, anno 772, in Pertz, Monum.
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I believe he instantly proposed a walk that day, as if his study walls with all their vistas into the great literatures cramped his soul liberated to a sense of ineffable beauty of the verse of the 'somma poeta'.
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I have no words to tell the rapture it was to me; but I hope that in some more articulate being, if it should ever be my unmerited fortune to meet that 'sommo poeta' face to face, it shall somehow be uttered from me to him, and he will understand how completely he became the life of the boy I was then.
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Zu den Opfern seiner unverständigen Sparsamkeit gehörte auch der +Poeta Laureatus+.
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Disertissime Romuli nepotum, Quot sunt, quotque fuere, Marce Tulli, Quotque post alios erunt in annos, Gratias tibi maximas Catullus Agit, pessimus omnium poeta: Tanto pessimus omnium poeta, Quanto tu optimus omnium patronus.
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Which was partly the cause, that made the ancient-learned affirm, it was a divine gift, and no human skill: sith all other knowledges lie ready for any that hath strength of wit: a poet no industry can make, if his own genius be not carried unto it: and therefore is it an old proverb, _orator fit; poeta nascitur_.
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It is in these that _Poeta nascitur non fit_. 2.
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It justifies the bold and true words of Tasso _-Non merita nome di creatore, se non Iddio ed il Poeta.
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As I have heard the author of "Richelieu," "Siamese Twins," etc. say "Poeta nascitur non fit," which means that though he had tried ever so much to be a poet, it was all moonshine: in the like manner, I say, "ROAGUS nascitur, non fit.
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Ben s'avvide il poeta ch'io stava stupido tutto al carro de la luce, ove tra noi e Aquilone intrava.
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La defenzione de li Poeta Napolitane contro Troiano Boccalino; e Giulio Giulio Cesare Caporale n'anzi ad Apollo.
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There is one doctor who is called Astrologus; a second, Cosmographus; a third, Arithmeticus; a fourth, Geometra; a fifth, Historiographus; a sixth, Poeta; a seventh, Logicus; an eighth, Rhetor; a ninth, Grammaticus; a tenth, Medicus; an eleventh, Physiologus; a twelfth, Politicus; a thirteenth, Moralis.
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Examples of Poetum

Example #1
AN INDEX - TO THE READER.
Example #2
Which made them, though it were in spight Of nature and their stars, to write.
Example #3
In England there is no _Caesar_-only the Poet.
Example #4
His principal publication is entitled '_Peter Bell_' which he had withheld from the public for '_one and twenty years_'-to the irreparable loss of all those who died in the interim, and will have no opportunity of reading it before the resurrection.
Example #5
All this dirt does not touch you.
Example #6
At Dusseldorf they were saying that you had already left London, and jealous Philistia received the news with a joy which I was not sorry to spoil.