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Broken lines


Broken lines

Across plain surfaces your fruit opines!   A1
Describes your artistry and sightly write   b
the art of poetry: The broken lines!   A2

Unleash your fantasy on page-designs   a
(arrhythmic doggerel attacks that bite),   b
across plain surfaces your fruit opines!   A1

Miraculous your literature aligns   a
ambitious text in rounded form but trite,   b
the art of poetry: The broken lines!   A2

The heavens open and the void enshrines   a
the structured verse, while cumulus contrite,   b
across plain surfaces your fruit opines!   A1

The fancy fonts' array, rotund, entwines   a
while fresh cerebral onion rings recite   b
the art of poetry: The broken lines!   A2

The fruity shaped artistic form resigns,   a
your freedom of poetic thought and sprite   b
across plain surfaces your fruit opines   A1
the art of poetry: The broken lines!   A2

© 01-02-2014, G. Venetopoulos

(Iambic Pentameter Villanelle)
( A1 b A2 / a b A1 / a b A2 / a b A1 / a b A2 / a b A1 A2. )
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You may download these nice PDF pages and read about Poetic Devices, Meter and Rhythm, Prose and Differences between Poetry and Prose!!
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Poetic Devices:
http://www.chaparralpoets.org/devices.pdf
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Poetic Devices:
http://campuses.fortbendisd.com/campuses/documents/teacher/2008%5Cteacher_20080829_1416.pdf
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Meter:
http://www.tnellen.com/06iths/spring/poetry_meter.pdf
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Rhythm:
http://www.wier.ca/attachments/178_Rhythm.pdf
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Prose:
http://www.schepartzlab.yale.edu/Coollinkspdfs/yale-writingprose.pdf
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Differences between Poetry and Prose
http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/p-as_docs/PoetryandProse.pdf
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Prose Basics:
http://www2.anglistik.uni-freiburg.de/intranet/englishbasics/PDF/Prose.pdf
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Conclusion:

( The art of poetry (free or structured verse) is not the discontinuation 
(braking) of lines that offer to the text a pretty layout, the used fonts,
the geometrical shapes of the text body (circles, rectangles, fruits,
triangles etc) and its alignment on the page ).  
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The art of real poetry (free or structured verse), is the intellectual and poetic qualities, devices and rules the poet eloquently merges in his creations. )


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BEAUTY IN LIFE SPONTANEITY

Blank pages of life - spontaneous, unscripted, undefined
Experiences uncovers blues and rhymes one couldn't find
Begin to indite, though endings pave unsure and unplanned

Culture, law, ethics and education; man learns and understand
Defining, refining and reminding they try to do to mankind
Blank pages of life - spontaneous, unscripted, undefined

Attempt to break traditions,"outside tries", don't be confined
Falling and committing mistakes will not leave anyone behind
Begin to indite, though endings pave unsure and unplanned

Reach for something in the distance, consider a wise stand
Drench without inhibitions, "LA VITA E BELLA" bear in mind
Blank pages of life - spontaneous, unscripted, undefined

Anxieties, fear, poverty and inferiority they can blind
Yet, live! live! embrace whole life! don't ever decline! 
Begin to indite, though endings pave unsure and unplanned

Remember! NOT everyone can be given a fair second chance
Affectionate at heart and sagacious mind, manage to combine 
Blank pages of life - spontaneous, unscripted, undefined
Begin to indite, though endings pave unsure and unplanned


BY:
olive_eloi
2:14 am
03/28/2014

CONTEST: Rhyme Battle: Round 4 Free Poetry Contest Details
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INSPIRATIONS recited

the     melodic chords
     at finger tips   ,  drift
back and forth into a song
     'ere long-
the vivid images
      in a painter's eye
      transformed, splash
      upon canvas-
the nouns,adjectives
      memorable verbs
      from  poetic ears
      writ large,then
sweet voices,heard
so
Come..
         fly with me
         beyond,beyond
         imagination;
Capture..
            emotion's
            aurora in your
            firmanent;
Watch..
           images descend
           as crystallised
           inspiration;
Bathe..
           in a tide
           of surreal
           tranquility;
Paint..
           what you see
           with fine words
           of poetry.
 

where
The music  of silence
calms
my mind
                 my
                 thoughts
trickle-down      
                     bubbling 
                      over
the rocks
of experience
                      Waves
of imagination
surface and  jostle
one with the other
like children
                      at play
shouting for attention
for life
on my page  
Listen to me read these poems on youtube under the name of ichthyschiro


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Remain in the Darkness

Remain in the darkness, though full of fright,
Children of faith do not fear;
I will find you there, it is a sure sight.

When the night comes, don't seek the light
Tho uncertainty is so hard to bear;
Remain in the darkness, though full of fright.

Blurred vision causing men to suffer blight
Be still, for it will be steered clear;
I will find you there, it is a sure sight.

The night, don't turn to a day bright
For brilliance is yet insincere
Remain in the darkness, though full of fright.

Blinding darkness overnight
Is all you have to bear;
I will find you there, it is a sure sight.

Tonight you should not spite
Open your heart and you will hear
Remain in the darkness, though full of fright.
I will find you there, it is a sure sight.


** inspired by st john of the cross’ the dark night of the soul
7/15/14