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Tag Archives: POETRY

THE WORDS OF EMOTIONS

Sometimes they are not enough; you need colors and shapes to enliven the words Poetry is an art that allows you to express your thoughts and feelings in a creative and personal way. Writing poetry, or simply having fun with words https://www.masterclass.com/articles/how-to-write-poetry, allows you to reflect on life and the world around you. Additionally, a poem can be a means …

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THE LANGUAGE OF THE SOUL

Speak in verse, to reflect your inner world There is a form of art which, with the choice and combination of words, creates a composition made of sentences, called verses, in which the meaning is linked to the musical sound of the phonemes, that is, the sound emitted by the phonatory apparatus. Poetry https://www.grammarly.com/blog/how-to-write-a-poem/, precisely, having some qualities of music, …

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YOUR HOME WILL NOT BE A PLACE – Hagiwara Sakutarō and his modern Japanese verses

When psychic terror fertilizes poetry With his book of poems, in 1917, he started a new poetic language in which poetry took concrete form in the words themselves. In some of his poems, he even criticized the suffocation of individuality by group life. More than just a poet, the Japanese Hagiwara Sakutarō https://allpoetry.com/Sakutaro-Hagiwara can be consider as the founder of …

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WRITING ABOUT FEMININITY AND WOMEN’S EXPERIENCE – Ophelia Alcantara Dimalanta, the most adored poet in the Philippines

Fascinated by the unbearable lightness of the verses She spent more than half of her life teaching and creating literary works characterized by femininity and the experience of women. In 1999, she had the S.E.A. Award for writing, Southeast Asia’s highest literary honor. Ophelia Alcantara Dimalanta https://www.nlb.gov.sg/biblio/9424478 was born on a June day in 1932 in San Juan (Rizal, Philippine …

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KEEP CLIMBING FROM HERE, WITH POETRY – Trapeta Mayson and her musical experience spoken and sung

Take poetry a step further as a softball-themed metaphor She is the author of two self-published poetry collections, Mocha Melodies and She Was Once Herself. She was born in Liberia in 1967; she immigrated to the United States, where she grew up in Philadelphia. For her ability to balance poetic writing with participation in the urban social network, under the …

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A HALLUCINATED AND GROTTOQUE DIALECT – Delio Téssa, lawyer, journalist and poet

Write in dialect, when the language cannot provide sounds to express you To understand his way of combining poetry and humor, one sentence from him is enough: “In Milan there is still a tram that costs ten cents, but so cheap that it never comes.” His personality was dominate by total distrust of men, as well as by the loss …

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WRITING VISITS, LIKE GRACE – Merlinda Bobis; postcolonial conflicts, alongside the borders of transnationalism

When painting with words is cheap Merlinda Bobis https://www.merlindabobis.com.au/biography.htm is a Philippine-Australian writer and academic. Her poems includes a bilingual epic, which she recites in live performances. Her greatest gift is the comfort of transformation. Written in both Filipino and English, her works integrates elements of the traditional culture with modern experience. Now she lives in Australia, but was born in Legaspi …

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A LIFE ON THE OTHER SIDE, WITH NEW EYES – Sibilla Aleramo, the need to admire before loving

When life is a journey called love After a nice breakfast at the Bonadeo Pastry shop http://www.pasticceriabonadeo.it/, you can get to know Alessandria, a town with an elegant imprint, lying on the plain, on the right of the Tanaro River. Of particular value and artistic-cultural relevance, are its buildings. Its Citadel http://www.cultural.it/danonperdere/cittadella.asp, a military fortress still intact, offers you a …

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FOR THOSE TRAPPED INTO THE EXPLOITATION – Suddala Hanmanthu: When the song appears to be a description of the daily life

When social vision it is projected in poems Telugu is the official language, but large numbers of its inhabitants. In the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh speaks Urdu and 70 million people speak Telangana, Telugu language. In Warangal district, you will find temple ruins built in the 12th century by Kakatiyas at Ghanpur. The Chowmahalla Palace was home to the …

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SLEEPING HEART TO LOVE – Dante Alighieri and the story of a Platonic love

Platonic love, is still a shared feeling Through his literary work, his feelings towards a woman, his inspiring muse, Dante Alighieri has helped to make love literature, as we know it leave. Born in Florence in 1265, he would later become the greatest poet in Italy. That unrequited sentiment lived on love and passion for a woman named Beatrice, and …

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