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Chirp and Chat

eBook (PDF), 226 Pages
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The composition of a poem is an art where words construct sentences, verses using metaphors and symbols, which in turn are based on imagination, facts, and life experiences. What prose can explain in three hundred pages, a poem (as a masterpiece) can express in one single page; with more meaning, using larger-than-life pictures describing timeless classic scenes, memorable events and bringing immortality to life itself. For us Cypriots, a poem means the creation of anything, in this case structurally using words with specific meaning. A poem does not have to rhyme and yet it can be a stanza, a canto to a loved one, an ode to a hero, a sarcastic remark to emphasise the importance of a point made, an elegy composed to explain feelings arranged as a work of art. The poems in this anthology have endured time and kept the promise of including all that is described above. The subjects chosen, show such versatility that the reader will require time to read the elevated expression of... More > thoughts and feelings.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781291750591
Edition
First
Published
February 18, 2014
Language
English
Pages
226
File Format
PDF
File Size
613.72 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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