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Syntactical Poems - Poems about Syntactical

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Premium Member RHETORIC poetics in process
...t open ended figures of speech of arrested moments denotative& syntactical of preliterate tradition solo but not self conscious or self orientated ......Read More
Categories: syntactical, poetry, word play,
Form: Verse

Thee Apple Hove Bing an Herbivore
...Voss in tandem to flagrant disregard to paradigm housing hefty prime statutes of grammatically correct syntactical rhetoric, plus rhyme ming showcasing a novel discovered talent to enrich pantheon until the end......Read More
Categories: syntactical, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member INSPIRATION
...upwelling of consciousness short so sweet a stream in full spate words syntactical structures enigma and imagery as.. thoughts are. .. made aloud ......Read More
Categories: syntactical, inspiration,
Form: Verse
The story that has never been personal
... to the acceptable societies. Even then I only blame to one, that poet, who told my story, to the world, in the syntactical form, rather than sententiously. ......Read More
Categories: syntactical, allusion, anxiety, art, baby,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member OPEN POETRY after Marianne Moore
...A POETIC WALK WITH MARIANNE MOORE Come read and let my voice take you along a syntactical line Better yet if well met listen, ......Read More
Categories: syntactical, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Poetic Encryption Like Ancient Egyptian
...magnificently . . . All the while forming imagery challenging A reader’s sense of understanding: Leaving a sense of syntactical encryption Writ Large! Always challenging and never ever dull! That is, if one’s cup of tea is reveling in......Read More
Categories: syntactical, allegory, analogy, emotions, imagination,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member High Beams
...ntity, resonates authentic intelligible feeling, informs co-intelligence of id and supereco's DNA temporal revolving syntactical understory, as self-identity within SuperEco solidarity, co-arising coherently refracting humane mortality......Read More
Categories: syntactical, creation, culture, death, destiny,
Form: Free verse
...A POETIC WALK WITH MARIANNE MOORE Come read and let my voice take you along a syntactical line Better yet if well met listen, ......Read More
Categories: syntactical, poetess, poetry,
Form: Verse
The Dead Essays
...r a conclusion Which is hanging on at the end like some sort of cough. And here it would seem the student forgot all syntactical purpose And I am quite certain “When women were alone” Is not a sentence, and yet it is punctuated as su......Read More
Categories: syntactical, irony, school, student, teacher,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Free Verse: Translation of Paul Verlaine's Vers Libres
...l Verlaine’s « Vers Libres » by T. Wignesan, though I prefer in my translations not to derange the visual structure and syntactical and linear layout – with some exceptions - of the poem) I admire the ambition Free Verse invokes And me, ......Read More
Categories: syntactical, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Ben Jonson's Rhyme Scheme Deposed
...the requiem The ballast that holds each leaf to stem Glossy makeup that bastes face so prim Crown jewel of every verse, syntactical diadem ......Read More
Categories: syntactical, art, career,
Form: Rhyme
...n academic institutes, linguists their value appraise. Calligraphers, Engravers with artistic touch glaze. Phrases the syntactical bridge brace, and cultured interlocutor platforms grace. Idioms the colloquial strains do lace; Sages their ......Read More
Categories: syntactical, art, career,
Form: Rhyme
Critic's Pen Unsheathed
...p point piercing each tangled, silken strand; puncturing each uncorroborated source Serrated edges slashing through the syntactical pulp so coarse Double-edged blade mincing then scoring lexicon that generational divide did divorce    Vaun......Read More
Categories: syntactical, allegory, education,
Form: Rhyme
... Mental road of a man made flow Fun it is but it’s a bit slow stale the taste if a mix is low elixir a texture of syntactical pleasure… for sure. it pleases me. ;p s I don’t have a ‘coffer’either... Smokin cup of coffee perhaps......Read More
Categories: syntactical, faith
Form: I do not know?