I was also drawn to the work of Ezra Pound and Robert Creeley.
Like Ezra's, my heart breaks for every one of these kids; they all deserve a forever home to cherish them.
And, contra Ezra, I believe we know exactly what he kind of Congress he'll face.
But, as reported by Ezra Klein at The Washington Post, the president is holding firm.
Ezra Klein tweeted earlier today that it appears that Obama is once again opening a negotiation at the other side's halfway point.
Ezra Ray could not have faced a whipping any more courageously than Ephraim.
Wilt thou not tell the grandchildren anything about their dear Uncle Ezra?
Ezra lent me five hundred, when it comes to that, put in Hal, and told me it was his savings.
"I can tell it all now to Ezra," answered Naomi confidently.
Ezra's first thought was to ask for an escort; but he tells us that he was ashamed to do so, as this would imply distrust in God.
masc. proper name, in Old Testament name of a celebrated 5c. B.C.E. scribe, from Late Latin, from Hebrew Ezra, contraction of Azaryah(u), literally "God has helped," from ezer "help" + Yah, a shortened form of Yahweh "God."