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Who Said It: Helga Pataki Or A Pulitzer Prize Winner?

In case you needed more evidence that this is the most profound children's cartoon ever.

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  1. 1. "Cowlicks, like fields of yellow corn/All the days of my week"

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    Helga Pataki
    A Pulitzer Prize Winner
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    Helga Pataki

    Only a plagiarized Emily Dickinson poem could beat this! (From "Phoebe Cheats.")

  2. 2. "However you may sweat to hold such darling wrecks/Hived like honey in your head"

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    Helga Pataki
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    Sylvia Plath

    From "Epitaph of Fire and Flower."

  3. 3. "Oh so shamed, my Prometheus/Wandering the dismal deserts of my tormented soul"

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    Helga Pataki
    A Pulitzer Prize Winner
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    Helga Pataki

    From when Helga thought she was dumb. AS IF. (From "The Aptitude Test.")

  4. 4. "Farewell for now, Heroic Prince/Our yellow love chariot has arrived"

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    Helga Pataki

    Helga's literary prowess knows no bounds. (From "The Little Pink Book.")

  5. 5. "The stain of love Is upon the world/Yellow, yellow, yellow"

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    William Carlos Williams

    From "A Love Song."

  6. 6. "Who need to think of love as a fixed sun/Impervious to our passing in and out of shade?"

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    Lisel Mueller

    From "Afterthoughts on the Lovers."

  7. 7. "All my days have come to this/My secret heart, spent in one kiss"

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    Helga Pataki
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    Helga Pataki

    Remember when Helga slowly got rid of every understudy so she could play Juliet and kiss Arnold? Wasn't that the best? (From "School Play.")

  8. 8. "I will be the gladdest thing under the sun!/I will touch a hundred flowers, and not pick one!"

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    Helga Pataki
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    Edna St. Vincent Millay

    From "Afternoon on a Hill."

  9. 9. "If anyone asks, say it was forgotten, long long ago/As a flower, as a fire, as a hushed football in a long forgotten snow"

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    Helga Pataki
    A Pulitzer Prize Winner
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    Sara Teasdale

    From "Song."

  10. 10. "And, though it comes from a pretender/Not me, but Juliet, the sender"

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    Helga Pataki
    A Pulitzer Prize Winner
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    Helga Pataki

    Shakespeare would be proud. (From "School Play.")

  11. 11. "Gladly I go now to see to your delicious face/Sadly, I stash my passion deep"

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    Helga Pataki
    A Pulitzer Prize Winner
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    Helga Pataki

    You Know, when she casually smushes bubblegum in the shape of her beloved's head, NO BIG DEAL. (From "The Little Pink Book.")

  12. 12. "Darling, all night/I have been flickering, off, on, off, on"

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    Helga Pataki
    A Pulitzer Prize Winner
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    Sylvia Plath

    From "Fever 103°."

  13. 13. "Some way I could whisper my secret adoring thoughts, so this fever'd brow'd/Dare I even think it?"

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    Helga Pataki
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    Helga Pataki

    The real tragedy is that Arnold never saw these poems. (From "School Play.")

  14. 14. "Each morn, I see you bend to drink/From love's own crystal pool"

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    Helga Pataki
    A Pulitzer Prize Winner
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    Helga Pataki

    A little poem for when Arnold drinks from the water fountain. (From "Helga's Love Potion.")

Who Said It: Helga Pataki Or A Pulitzer Prize Winner?

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