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  • 1. One Art Elizabeth Bishop
  • 2.
    • The Art of isn’t hard
    Is no Disaster that their loss so many things seem filled with the intent to be lost losing to master.
  • 3. Lose something everyday. Accept the fluster of lost door keys, the hour badly spent
  • 4. The Art of losing isn’t hard to master.
  • 5. None of these will bring Disaster Then practice losing farther, Places, And names, And where it was you meant to travel Losing Faster:
  • 6. I lost my Mother’s watch
  • 7. AND LOOK!
  • 8. My last, or next to last, Of Three Loved Houses went
  • 9. The Art of Losing Isn't Hard To Master
  • 10. Lovely ones. I lost two cities, And, some realms I owned, vaster , two rivers,
  • 11. But it wasn’t a disaster tinent a con I miss them,
  • 12. ---Even Losing you (The joking voice, a gesture I liked) I shan’t have lied
  • 13. It’s evident The art of losing’s not too hard to master Though it may look like (Write it!)
  • 14. Like Disaster