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Wendy Cope (born in Erith, Kent, England) is a famous Poet from England, she is still alive and was born July 21, 1945.


Wendy Cope is a contemporary British poet. Currently she lives in together with the poet Lachlan Mackinnon, Winchester.

She has published three books of poetry Making Cocoa for Kingsley Amis (1986), Serious Concerns (1992) and If I Do not Know (2001). Some of her poems are written from the perspective of the struggling poet Jason Stugnell.

She also worked as Parodistin and aimed it at both the sonnets of Sir Philip Sidney:
  • My true love hath my heart and I have hers
  • We load swapped Tuesday and felt quite elated
  • But now whenever one of us refers
  • To 'My Heart' things get rather complicated

As well as TS Eliot, whose poem The Waste Land (The Waste Land) they cut short to a limerick:
  • In April one seldom feels cheerful
  • Dry stones, sun and dust make me fearful
  • Clairvoyants distress me
  • Commuters depress me
  • Met Stetson and gave him an earful

Zodiac etc.

She is born under the zodiac cancer, who is known for Emotion, Diplomatic, Intensity, Impulsive, Selective. Our collection contains 3 quotes who is written / told by Wendy.

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Famous quotes by Wendy Cope (3)

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"Bloody Christmas, here again, let us raise a loving cup, peace on earth, goodwill to men, and make them do the washing up"
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"I think it's a question which particularly arises over women writers: whether it's better to have a happy life or a good supply of tragic plots"
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"Bloody men are like bloody buses - you wait for about a year and as soon as one approaches your stop two or three others appear"