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**Ode** - 'intimations of immortality,' e.g

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**Ode**- 'intimations of immortality,' e.g

**Ode**- Keats's work on melancholy

**Ode**- Literary tribute

**Ode**- Words of praise

**Ode**- Flowery tribute

**Ode**- Praiseful poem

**Ode**- '___ to a nightingale'

**Ode**- 'to evening,' e.g

**Ode**- '___ to the west wind'

**Ode**- Auden's 'to my pupils,' e.g

**Ode**- Pindar work

**Ode**- Thomas hood's 'autumn,' e.g

**Ode**- Lyric poem

**Ode**- Keats's 'to autumn,' e.g

**Ode**- Keats creation

**Ode**- Wordsworth work

**Ode**- Keats's '___ to psyche'

**Ode**- Shih ching composition

**Ode**- Pindaric work

**Ode**- Verse on a vase

**Ode**- Epinicion

**Ode**- Horatian work

**Ode**- Lofty lyric

**Ode**- Shelley work

**Ode**- Poem of praise

**Ode**- Gray piece

**Ode**- Copland's 'symphonic ___'

**Ode**- Lines from horace

**Ode**- 'bards of passion and of mirth,' e.g

**Ode**- Catullus composition

**Ode**- Jonson work

**Ode**- Emerson writing

**Ode**- Cowley composition

**Ode**- Lyrical lines

**Ode**- Work with lofty words

**Ode**- It's usually 'on' or 'to' something

**Ode**- Work on a grecian urn

**Ode**- Tribute, of sorts

**Ode**- Flowery verse

**Ode**- Lyric work

**Ode**- Ceremonious verse

**Ode**- Millay's '___ to silence'

**Ode**- Keats's 'bards of passion and of mirth,' e.g

**Ode**- Poetic paean

**Ode**- '___ to billy joe'

**Ode**- Beethoven's "--- to joy"

**Ode**- Praising poesy

**Ode**- Ben jonson wrote one to himself

**Ode**- Celebratory poem

**Ode**- Originally, a sung poem

**Ode**- Addison's 'how are thy servants blest? o lord!'

**Ode**- Beethoven's "___ to joy"

**Ode**- Horatian composition

**Ode**- Shelley praise

**Ode**- Poem written to be sung

**Ode**- 'how sleep the brave,' for one

**Ode**- 'to a skylark,' for one

**Ode**- "--- to billie joe"

**Ode**- Keats's "to autumn," e.g

**Ode**- "--- on indolence" (keats)

**Ode**- Dedicated poem of praise

**Ode**- Verse form

**Ode**- Keats' work

**Ode**- Shelley poem

**Ode**- Poetic tribute

**Ode**- Simonides creation

**Ode**- Rhapsodic rhyme

**Ode**- Lyric verse

**Ode**- Pindar offering

**Ode**- Poetic homage

**Ode**- Shelley output

**Ode**- Poetry class reading, perhaps

**Ode**- Keatslike poem

**Ode**- Poem on an urn

**Ode**- Keats work

**Ode**- Keatsian tribute

**Ode**- Keats piece

**Ode**- Catullus creation

**Ode**- Lofty tribute

**Ode**- Lines that elevate

**Ode**- Calverley's '___ to tobacco'

**Ode**- John logan's 'to the cuckoo,' e.g

**Ode**- Keat's work

**Ode**- Tribute of a kind

**Ode**- Lofty lines

**Ode**- '___ on a grecian urn'

**Ode**- Commemorative writing

**Ode**- "--- to psyche" (keats)

**Ode**- Keats' "bards of passion and of mirth," e.g

**Ode**- Words from wordsworth

**Ode**- Keats specialty

**Ode**- Lyrical poem

**Ode**- '___ to joy'

**Ode**- 'to autumn,' e.g

**Ode**- Poetic praise

**Ode**- Praise from shelley

**Ode**- Laudatory poem

**Ode**- Dedicated verse

**Ode**- Marvell marvel

**Ode**- "--- to joy"

**Ode**- Literary piece

**Ode**- 20-across, e.g

**Ode**- Homage in verse

**Ode**- Horatian form

**Ode**- Lofty verse

**Ode**- Lyrical verse

**Ode**- Poem originally intended to be sung

**Ode**- Horatian ___

**Ode**- Laudatory lines

**Ode**- Keats or shelley work

**Ode**- 'o' may open it

**Ode**- Pindar product

**Ode**- Praiseful composition

**Ode**- Plaint for "billie joe"

**Ode**- "___ on indolence" (keats)

**Ode**- Keats verse

**Ode**- 'to the poets,' for one

**Ode**- Dedicated lines

**Ode**- Horatian creation

**Ode**- Plaint for billie joe

**Ode**- Certain wordsworth work

**Ode**- Poetic work

**Ode**- "___ to psyche" (keats)

**Ode**- "how sleep the brave," for one

**Ode**- Lofty poem

**Ode**- Work with feet

**Ode**- Dedicatory verse

**Ode**- Poetic form

**Ode**- Dedicated lines?

**Ode**- "___ to joy"

**Ode**- Elevated lines

**Ode**- Work of praise

**Ode**- Result of laudatory lines

**Ode**- Lines from shelley

**Ode**- Pope piece

**Ode**- Lines of homage

**Ode**- Verse of praise

**Ode**- Wordsworth creation

**Ode**- Laudatory lines, collectively

**Ode**- Shelley specialty

**Ode**- Enthusiastic verse

**Ode**- Urn tribute

**Ode**- "___ to joy" (schiller work)

**Ode**- "___ for ted" (plath)

**Ode**- Pindar specialty

**Ode**- Verse type

**Ode**- Poem of sappho

**Ode**- Horace work, e.g

**Ode**- Work of sappho, e.g

**Ode**- Work of pindar

**Ode**- "france: an ___"

**Ode**- "to autumn," e.g

**Ode**- "intimations of immortality," e.g

**Ode**- Lit class reading

**Ode**- "___ to a nightingale"

**Ode**- Lyric

**Ode**- Admiring work

**Ode**- It may be written 'on' something

**Ode**- Gray matter?

**Ode**- Ceremonious poem

**Ode**- Lines of homage, collectively

**Ode**- A thomas gray work

**Ode**- Flowery words

**Ode**- Keats's poem for psyche

**Ode**- Pope work

**Ode**- Lines of praise

**Ode**- "___ on melancholy" (keats)

**Ode**- Emerson's '___ to beauty'

**Ode**- Metered praise

**Ode**- English i reading

**Ode**- Exalted work

**Ode**- "___ to joy" (schiller poem)

**Ode**- Metered tribute

**Ode**- "___ on indolence"

**Ode**- Poem of devotion

**Ode**- "to a . . ." work

**Ode**- It may have complex stanza forms

**Ode**- An addition?

**Ode**- "to a sky-lark," e.g

**Ode**- "__ to joy"

**Ode**- Written tribute

**Ode**- Milton work

**Ode**- Poem titled 'to a ...'

**Ode**- Words of honor?

**Ode**- Poem "to" something

**Ode**- Metrical tribute

**Ode**- Parnassian tribute

**Ode**- Sappho creation

**Ode**- "to a skylark," e.g

**Ode**- Poem written to be sung, perhaps

**Ode**- Work with reverence

**Ode**- Emerson genre

**Ode**- Dedicatory poem

**Ode**- Exalting poem

**Ode**- Tribute to a skylark

**Ode**- Yeats offering

**Ode**- Emerson's "___ to beauty"

**Ode**- Lyric praise

**Ode**- Beethoven's "__ to joy"

**Ode**- Work of sappho

**Ode**- Pindaric speciality

**Ode**- Alexander pope's 'solitude,' e.g

**Ode**- Praising work

**Ode**- Originally, a choral song

**Ode**- Tribute in verse

**Ode**- Coleridge's "france: an __"

**Ode**- Lyric words

**Ode**- Certain pindaric poem

**Ode**- Commemorative poem

**Ode**- Lyric piece

**Ode**- Lyrical tribute

**Ode**- Poetic piece

**Ode**- Keats composition

**Ode**- Neruda work

**Ode**- Wordsworth's '___ to duty'

**Ode**- Handel wrote one "for the birthday of queen anne"

**Ode**- '___ on melancholy'

**Ode**- Honorary poem

**Ode**- Exaltation in verse

**Ode**- Metrical homage

**Ode**- Poem full of praise

**Ode**- Allen ginsberg's 'plutonian ___'

**Ode**- Poem of tribute

**Ode**- "___ to psyche"

**Ode**- Keats's "__ to psyche"

**Ode**- Pindar poem

**Ode**- Poem of exaltation

**Ode**- Marvell work

**Ode**- Keats's urn tribute, e.g

**Ode**- Gray's "the bard," e.g

**Ode**- Pindaric production

**Ode**- Shelley lyric

**Ode**- Lines from keats

**Ode**- One famously begins 'o wild west wind, thou breath of autumn's being'

**Ode**- Dedicated poem

**Ode**- Type of poem

**Ode**- "to autumn," for one

**Ode**- Pablo neruda composition

**Ode**- It may be dedicated

**Ode**- Blushing prose

**Ode**- Pindar opus

**Ode**- Praising poem

**Ode**- Praising piece

**Ode**- Gray lines

**Ode**- "___ to my socks" (pablo neruda poem)

**Ode**- Kind words

**Ode**- Aeolian poem

**Ode**- Schoenberg's "___ to napoleon buonaparte"

**Ode**- Pindar's pride

**Ode**- Paean in verse

**Ode**- Shelley's "___ to the west wind"

**Ode**- "___ on a grecian urn"

**Ode**- Horatian lines

**Ode**- Keats wrote one on an urn

**Ode**- Tribute

**Ode**- "intimations of immortality," for example

**Ode**- Kingsley's '___ to the north-east wind'

**Ode**- "__ to billy joe"

**Ode**- Laudatory verse

**Ode**- Paean

**Ode**- Uplifting poem

**Ode**- Sapphic work

**Ode**- Poem often titled 'to a ...'

**Ode**- Work of exaltation

**Ode**- Gushing poem

**Ode**- "___ to evening"

**Ode**- Love poem

**Ode**- W. h. auden wrote one to his pupils

**Ode**- "___ to billy joe"

**Ode**- Poem of homage

**Ode**- Praise in meter

**Ode**- Tribute of sorts

**Ode**- "___ to the west wind"

**Ode**- Verse praise

**Ode**- Praiseful poem

**Ode**- A famous one begins 'how sleep the brave ...'

**Ode**- "___ to deodorant" (coldplay's first song)

**Ode**- Rhapsodic poem

**Ode**- "__ on a grecian urn"

**Ode**- Work by gray or spenser

**Ode**- Horatian __

**Ode**- Poem of glorification

**Ode**- Poem

**Ode**- Versified glorification

**Ode**- Stanzaic salute

**Ode**- Handel's '___ for st. cecilia's day'

**Ode**- Praise in verse

**Ode**- It's from a greek word meaning "song"

**Ode**- Literature class reading

**Ode**- Neruda opus

**Ode**- Pablo neruda poem

**Ode**- Exaltation in rhyme

**Ode**- "___ to billie joe"

**Ode**- Pindar piece

**Ode**- "to a skylark," for one

**Ode**- Emotional verse

**Ode**- "___ to the cuckoo"

**Ode**- Pindaric poem

**Ode**- Writing on an urn

**Ode**- 'beauty is truth, truth beauty' genre

**Ode**- Tribute with feet

**Ode**- Written praise

**Ode**- Pindaric ___

**Ode**- Byron selection

**Ode**- Billie joe's song

**Ode**- Lines that lift up

**Ode**- Horatian piece

**Ode**- Admirer's poem

**Ode**- "grecian urn" lines

**Ode**- Verse "to" something

**Ode**- Pindaric piece

**Ode**- '___ to billie joe' (1967 #1 hit)

**Ode**- Dedicatory draft

**Ode**- Praiseful verse

**Ode**- Work of wordsworth

**Ode**- Commendatory composition

**Ode**- Shelley's '___ to naples'

**Ode**- "to a . . ." verse

**Ode**- Keats effort

**Ode**- "to a mouse" or "to a skylark"

**Ode**- Kudos in verse

**Ode**- Celebrating work

**Ode**- Exalted lines

**Ode**- Keats's '___ on indolence'

**Ode**- Salute in stanzas

**Ode**- Shelley's '___ to the west wind'

**Ode**- "to a . . ." poem

**Ode**- Form popular among the romantics

**Ode**- "___ to joy" (schiller)

**Ode**- Emotional work

**Ode**- Complimentary poem

**Ode**- "to a ..." poem

**Ode**- Dedicated work

**Ode**- Exaltation poem

**Ode**- Pablo neruda work

**Ode**- Poem with a strophe

**Ode**- Verse often flattering

**Ode**- Strophe's place

**Ode**- "to a mouse," for one

**Ode**- Lines that can lift people up

**Ode**- Poem intended to be sung

**Ode**- Shelley selection

**Ode**- Verse on a vase?

**Ode**- Honorific poem

**Ode**- 36-across work

**Ode**- Versified salute

**Ode**- One was to a lark

**Ode**- Grecian urn piece

**Ode**- Praise-filled poem

**Ode**- "to evening," e.g

**Ode**- Poem with a dedicatee

**Ode**- Emotion-filled poem

**Ode**- Rhyming tribute

**Ode**- Lyrical work

**Ode**- Poem type

**Ode**- High-flown verse

**Ode**- Work of alexander pope

**Ode**- Paean-type poem

**Ode**- Lyricist's offering

**Ode**- "to a . . ." work

**Ode**- "intimations of immortality," for one

**Ode**- 'to a ...' poem

**Ode**- Poetry class reading

**Ode**- Tribute that usually rhymes

**Ode**- Addison's '___ to creation'

**Ode**- Something ben jonson wrote to himself

**Ode**- Dedicated composition

**Ode**- Tribute that often rhymes

**Ode**- Celebratory verse

**Ode**- Wordsworth's 'intimations of immortality,' e.g

**Ode**- Work on an urn

**Ode**- Inspired lines

**Ode**- Schiller's "an die freude," e.g

**Ode**- Shelley tribute

**Ode**- Work by keats

**Ode**- One of keats' feats

**Ode**- Keatss ___ on indolence

**Ode**- Words on an urn, perhaps

**Ode**- "to autumn" is one

**Ode**- Kind words of a sort

**Ode**- Urn composition, perhaps

**Ode**- Tribute in rhyme

**Ode**- Lofty work

**Ode**- A famous one begins 'thou still unravish'd bride of quietness'

**Ode**- Exalted verse

**Ode**- Exalted poem

**Ode**- Horace creation

**Ode**- Pindar creation

**Ode**- Verse of exaltation

**Ode**- Fanciful poem

**Ode**- Poet's product

**Ode**- Keats poem

**Ode**- Versified tribute

**Ode**- Praiseful piece

**Ode**- Keats opus

**Ode**- Venerator's verse

**Ode**- Praiseful recitation

**Ode**- 18-across opus

**Ode**- It may be written to someone

**Ode**- Keatsian verse

**Ode**- Adorer's writeup

**Ode**- Praiseful work

**Ode**- Sonnet, sometimes

**Ode**- Praise in rhyme

**Ode**- Idolater's writing

**Ode**- Worshipper's writing

**Ode**- Commemorative verse

**Ode**- Pindar's opus

**Ode**- Commemorative recitation

**Ode**- Keatsian opus

**Ode**- Roast recitation

**Ode**- Rhyming praise

**Ode**- Piece of praise

**Ode**- Honor in verse

**Ode**- '-- to joy'

**Ode**- Praise from a poetaster

**Ode**- Idol's writing

**Ode**- Admirer's recitation

**Ode**- Tribute of a sort

**Ode**- Rhyming accolade

**Ode**- Rhyming honor

**Ode**- Idolater's recitation

**Ode**- Praiseful rendition

**Ode**- Keatsian poem

**Ode**- Keatsian work

**Ode**- '-- on a grecian urn'

**Ode**- Keatsian piece

**Ode**- Praise, in verse

**Ode**- Versifier's praise

**Ode**- Praise from 59-across

**Ode**- Rhyming encomium

**Ode**- Bardic work

**Ode**- Pindar verse

**Ode**- Horace work

**Ode**- Poem variety

**Ode**- Reverent work

**Ode**- The raveonettes' '___ to l.a.'

**Ode**- Pindar's specialty

**Ode**- '___ to deodorant' (coldplay's first song)

**Ode**- '___ to billie joe'

**Ode**- William browne's "awake, faire muse," e.g

**Ode**- Keats feat

**Ode**- Sounds as if the account for poetry has not been settled

**Ode**- What a beastly, revolting king!

**Ode**- Sounds as if it's 17 downed to the muse

**Ode**- Sounds as if one was indebted to poetry like this

**Ode**- Poem to a doe

**Ode**- An one such as this would quite positive

**Ode**- Does not sound as if you have put paid to that inversely

**Ode**- Sounds as if one is indebted to the poet for this

**Ode**- Is that what the poet didn't pay, by the sound of it?

**Ode**- For the poet it has not been paid for, by the sound of it

**Ode**- Such an inverse production, perhaps, would be quite positive

**Ode**- Sounds as if it's not paid inversely

**Ode**- Sounds as if we are indebted to the poet for this

**Ode**- Not yet paid for poetry, by the sound of it

**Ode**- One has some rhyme or reason for not, by the sound of it, having paid

**Ode**- Not paid, by the sound of it, inversely

**Ode**- The poet was not paid for it, by the sound of it

**Ode**- An ab might live with such literary work

**Ode**- Sounds as if the poet has not been paid for this

**Ode**- Sounds as if it's not been paid for, inversely

**Ode**- Sounds as if one has not been paid for the poem

**Ode**- By the sound of it, unpaid for what's in 31 across

**Ode**- Poem in praise of doe

**Ode**- Sounds as if one is indebted to the poetic muse for this

**Ode**- A poem celebrating person or event

**Ode**- A poem about a doe

**Ode**- Will 'e play up poetically?

**Ode**- In addition to such poetry would make it more positive

**Ode**- A poem in praise

**Ode**- Schoenberg: "___ to napoleon buonaparte"

**Ode**- Poem expressing noble feelings

**Ode**- Salutatory stanza

**Ode**- Poem in praise

**Ode**- By the sound of it, not yet paid the poet for it

**Ode**- By the sound of it, the poet has not yet been paid for this

**Ode**- Such an one is positively poetic

**Ode**- Has the poet not been paid for this, by the sound of it?

**Ode**- By the sound of it, not paid for inversely

**Ode**- By the sound of it, not paid for the 4 down

**Ode**- 'not paid the poet for his work, it sounds (3)'

**Ode**- Poem about a person, often

**Ode**- Poetic dedication

**Ode**- Expression of praise

**Ode**- Salute with feet?

**Ode**- Flattery in verse

**Ode**- Neruda's "__ to conger chowder"

**Ode**- Rhapsodic verse

**Ode**- 10 across creation

**Ode**- Poem for the praiseworthy

**Ode**- Often-flowery verse

**Ode**- Poem of high praise

**Ode**- Idol's poem

**Ode**- Pindaric effort

**Ode**- Poem to a nightingale, e.g

**Ode**- Idolater's poem

**Ode**- 'to autumn,' for one

**Ode**- Lyric tribute

**Ode**- Poem of laud

**Ode**- Elevated poetic piece

**Ode**- Inspired poetry

**Ode**- Poet's 115-down?

**Ode**- Writing on an urn?

**Ode**- Poem due for recitation

**Ode**- Pope's "__ on solitude"

**Ode**- Poetic expression of admiration

**Ode**- Coleridge wrote one to dejection

**Ode**- Uplifting piece

**Ode**- The end of the barcode reads like a song

**Ode**- Kind of poem

**Ode**- Celebratory work

**Ode**- Literary salute

**Ode**- Keats's '___ on melancholy'

**Ode**- Kipling's "the power of the dog," e.g

**Ode**- Many a paean

**Ode**- Rapturous rhyme

**Ode**- Poem whose title might start 'to a ...'

**Ode**- "___ to billie joe" (bobbie gentry hit)

**Ode**- Shelley creation

**Ode**- Browning or keats creation

**Ode**- Keats dedicated one to a nightingale

**Ode**- Poetic lines of homage

**Ode**- Lesbian ___

**Ode**- Elevated lines?

**Ode**- Shelley's "to a skylark," e.g

**Ode**- Versified rhapsody

**Ode**- 'alexander's feast,' e.g

**Ode**- Breathless dedication

**Ode**- Tribute that rhymes

**Ode**- Ben jonson wrote one 'to himself'

**Ode**- Keats wrote one to a nightingale

**Ode**- "alexander's feast," e.g

**Ode**- Inspired poem

**Ode**- Keats' urn tribute, e.g

**Ode**- Keats wrote one to autumn

**Ode**- Tribute with stanzas

**Ode**- Poem meant to be sung

**Ode**- "to a" poem

**Ode**- Inauguration recitation, maybe

**Ode**- '___ to apollo'

**Ode**- One was written to billie joe

**Ode**- Commemorative for billie joe

**Ode**- Suffix with electr-

**Ode**- "to autumn" or "to spring"

**Ode**- Wordsworth genre

**Ode**- Shelley's "__ to the west wind"

**Ode**- Poem of celebration

**Ode**- Keats' "__ on melancholy"

**Ode**- Poetic rhapsody

**Ode**- It begins with a strophe

**Ode**- Lit-class reading

**Ode**- Commemorative piece

**Ode**- Word often followed by "to a"

**Ode**- Words on an urn

**Ode**- Dedication in verse

**Ode**- Lyric poem

**Ode**- Flowery composition

**Ode**- Emotional dedication

**Ode**- William collins's '___ to evening'

**Ode**- Certain poem

**Ode**- Glorifying lines

**Ode**- Dedicatory opus

**Ode**- Horatian oration

**Ode**- Kid of poetic work

**Ode**- Glorifying work

**Ode**- --- to my family (cranberries)

**Ode**- A lyric poem

**Ode**- Fanclub that supplied songs from northern britain

**Ode**- Bobby gentry's involved billie joe

**Ode**- The cranberries provided one for their family

**Ode**- Poem due to be recited

**Ode**- Recited outstanding poem

**Ode**- Love of french poem

**Ode**- (railway)system

**Ode**- Lines due for recital

**Ode**- Poem starting off decently enough

**Ode**- Horace's work in recital not paid for

**Ode**- Tribute perhaps yet to be honoured, it's said

**Ode**- Wordsworth's words, perhaps

**Ode**- Rapturous piece

**Ode**- Keats' "__ to a nightingale"

**Ode**- Ronsard creation

**Ode**- Lyrical homage

**Ode**- Poem that uplifts

**Ode**- Holst's '___ to death'

**Ode**- Poet's dedication

**Ode**- Piece from pindar

**Ode**- Laudatory writing

**Ode**- Wordsworth's '___: intimations of immortality'

**Ode**- Laudatory work

**Ode**- Reverent poem

**Ode**- Fancy poem of tribute

**Ode**- Offering from keats

**Ode**- Panegyrical lines

**Ode**- Lyrical piece

**Ode**- To be discussed, outstanding composition

**Ode**- Old, flowery poem

**Ode**- Neruda's "__ to wine"

**Ode**- Sounds like outstanding piece of work by wordsworth

**Ode**- Poem that extols

**Ode**- Shelley writing

**Ode**- Kipling wrote one about dogs

**Ode**- Had obligation to recite poem

**Ode**- - - to a 12 urn

**Ode**- Mr north quits modern poetry

**Ode**- Some modern poetry

**Ode**- Hadn't paid, you say, for the work

**Ode**- Some codes are written in verse

**Ode**- What the topless fashion inspired in its author?

**Ode**- Way to lose money - producing poetry

**Ode**- Some lines due to be mentioned

**Ode**- Sound of outstanding lyric lines

**Ode**- Something to be deciphered, not the first poem

**Ode**- Poet's work pronounced outstanding

**Ode**- Poem by arthur o'shaughnessy

**Ode**- Extract from yodeller that's often sung

**Ode**- Literary work in cipher about to be hacked

**Ode**- Poetic composition is outstanding by the sound of it

**Ode**- "__ to billie joe"

**Ode**- Words written in praise

**Ode**- " ___ on a grecian urn"

**Ode**- Dedicated lines of poetry

**Ode**- Verse tribute

**Ode**- Work by gray or shelley

**Ode**- Poem with complex stanza forms

**Ode**- What keats wrote on an urn?

**Ode**- Work with stanzas

**Ode**- Highbrow poem

**Ode**- Flowery poem

**Ode**- Keats offering

**Ode**- Poem to a hero, perhaps

**Ode**- English 101 example

**Ode**- Poem variant

**Ode**- Poem form

**Ode**- Commemorative work

**Ode**- Lyrical poem of tribute

**Ode**- Type of 73-across

**Ode**- Poetry 101 reading

**Ode**- *botanical protuberance

**Ode**- Hero determines to hold a poem

**Ode**- W.h. auden's '___ to the medieval poets'

**Ode**- Flowing poem

**Ode**- Uplifting feet?

**Ode**- Poetic words of praise

**Ode**- Coleridge creation

**Ode**- Tribute from a poet

**Ode**- Wordsworth words

**Ode**- Many a neruda work

**Ode**- Verse that's often dedicated

**Ode**- Keats' "__ to psyche"

**Ode**- 'to evening', e.g

**Ode**- Keats' "season of mists and mellow fruitfulness" begins one

**Ode**- Middle of a yodel?

**Ode**- Pablo neruda piece

**Ode**- Ben jonson's 'an ___ to himself'

**Ode**- Poem with "to" in its title

**Ode**- Often lofty poem

**Ode**- One was written to joy

**Ode**- Sung poem

**Ode**- Praise, but not prose

**Ode**- A few lines due to be reported

**Ode**- Lyrical poem form

**Ode**- Pindaric __

**Ode**- Tribute from keats or shelley

**Ode**- Ben jonson composed one to himself

**Ode**- Verse of admiration

**Ode**- Horatian poetic work

**Ode**- Poem that honors

**Ode**- Pindaric composition

**Ode**- '___ to humanity' (yanni song that's almost as pretentious as it sounds)

**Ode**- '___ to joy' (ok now you can finish the puzzle humming this one)

**Ode**- Something written as a tribute

**Ode**- Thomas gray's 'the bard,' e.g

**Ode**- Shelley's 'to a skylark,' for one

**Ode**- Coleridge wrote one on dejection

**Ode**- Lines for a hero

**Ode**- Appreciative poem

**Ode**- Poem 'to' somebody or something

**Ode**- Glorifying verse

**Ode**- Something your poetry teacher might assign you to write about a particularly inspirational poetry teacher you've had *hint* *hint*

**Ode**- Poem that might contain apostrophes

**Ode**- Neruda creation

**Ode**- Rhapsodic words

**Ode**- Keats' "to autumn," e.g

**Ode**- Lines of dedication

**Ode**- Wordsworth work for a cuckoo

**Ode**- Hymn relative

**Ode**- Auden genre

**Ode**- Part of the classic chinese work 'shih ching'

**Ode**- Poem originally performed with music

**Ode**- Verse of glorification

**Ode**- Rapturous work

**Ode**- Thomas gray's '___ on the spring'

**Ode**- "to crosswords" could be one

**Ode**- Form of flattering poetry

**Ode**- Flowery lyrical poem

**Ode**- "to a ...." work

**Ode**- Neruda wrote one to salt

**Ode**- Keats poem, e.g

**Ode**- Schiller's "___ to joy"

**Ode**- Neruda's '___ to salt'

**Ode**- English i reading, sometimes

**Ode**- 89 down's tribute

**Ode**- Poème lyrique

**Ode**- Shelley's '___ to liberty'

**Ode**- '___ to psyche'

**Ode**- Uplifting verse

**Ode**- Praise that's not prose

**Ode**- Bobbie gentry's "___ to billie joe"

**Ode**- Creed's lyric poem?

**Ode**- Raveonettes "___ to l.a."

**Ode**- Creed's poetic homage?

**Ode**- Bobbie gentry "___ to billy joe"

**Ode**- Cranberries "___ to my family"

**Ode**- Some lines of milton

**Ode**- Praise that's usually not prose

**Ode**- Written tribute, of sorts

**Ode**- Text source for the end of beethoven's ninth

**Ode**- Coleridge's 'france,' e.g

**Ode**- One with uplifting feet

**Ode**- Poème destiné à être chanté

**Ode**- Sappho dedicated one to aphrodite

**Ode**- Lyric composition

**Ode**- Tribute to an urn, e.g

**Ode**- Bit of poetry

**Ode**- Reverential verse

**Ode**- 'how sleep the brave,' e.g

**Ode**- Poème

**Ode**- 'coronation ___' (elgar composition)

**Ode**- Homage in meter

**Ode**- Work of horace

**Ode**- Reverential work

**Ode**- Commemorative lines

**Ode**- Poetic composition

**Ode**- Work of homage

**Ode**- Keats composed one on indolence

**Ode**- Celebritory poem

**Ode**- Bobbie gentry "___ to billie joe"

**Ode**- Lyric poem with complex stanza forms

**Ode**- Shelley's 'to the moon,' e.g

**Ode**- Laudatory piece

**Ode**- Lofty kind of 18-down

**Ode**- Verse that may be "on" something

**Ode**- Poetry regularly presented by soldier

**Ode**- It was often accompanied by a lyre in ancient greece

**Ode**- One begins 'thou still unravish'd bride of quietness'

**Ode**- Coleridge piece

**Ode**- Work that shows love

**Ode**- Expression of enthusiastic emotion

**Ode**- Poème mis en musique

**Ode**- Neruda wrote one to wine

**Ode**- Poem that's often "on" or "to" something

**Ode**- Neruda's "__ to common things"

**Ode**- Elevated composition