“Amissa Minerva“

   Poem (92 lines); probably written in early 1919. First published in Toledo Amateur(May 1919). A pungent satire lampooning the freakishness of modern poetry, mentioning several poets by name (Amy Lowell, Edgar Lee Masters, Carl Sandburg, etc.).
   See Steven J.Mariconda, “On Lovecraft’s ‘Amissa Minerva,’” Etchings and OdysseysNo. 9 [1986]: 97– 103.

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