Saturday, April 5, 2008

Shakespeare’s Tragic Flaw....... [a Literary Treat] Comments

Rating: 5.0
‘POETICS’ concocted with decent science
When ARISTOTLE the noble treatise design,

Brooded the BARD with ionic pen

...

Abha Sharma
COMMENTS
Jillian L'amour 28 June 2015
Is this a true poem or a rhyme?
0 0 Reply
Nkululeko Mdudu 28 May 2008
Indeed this was a literary treat! I've always found poetry in science and science in poetry, whether in theatre or in lab, one must not fall short of the true flaw: to be human. Wondwerfully written beyond my expectations; even shakespeare would be proud!
0 0 Reply
Rema Prasanna 22 May 2008
A powerful work, intense, deep, the whole lot of hypothesis humans can’t find in, complicated collection of Shakespearian tragedy, Abha, you handled well on a designer comfort, all those characters a visual treat in conceptual schemes, perfect for a 10.
0 0 Reply
Hamlet is consistent when it's a question of wasting something or somebody, except his stepfather. King Lear lives the tragedy of the incompetent authority in an old, he's an unrealistic incapable. Macbeth has got his double in his wife and without her he's not able to do anything, to commit suicide either. Instead Othello is able to commit suicide, homicide, to revenge a terribly deep interior wound.
0 0 Reply
Leonard Daranjo 04 May 2008
You have captured the quintessence of four of the great bard's major plays with incredible succinctness and erudition. You have ripped through the externals to get to the kernal. Take care
0 0 Reply
Sonny Rainshine 27 April 2008
Nice poem-both entertaining and educational. I have a friend who has read everything Shakespeare ever wrote, often reading the plays and sonnets multiple times. I'll direct him to your poem. He'll find it delightful. He is working on a theory (shared by many Shakespeare scholars) that Shakespeare did not write the plays, because he simply did not have the educational background to compose such language.
0 0 Reply
Sadiqullah Khan 25 April 2008
educative..thanks for sharng
0 0 Reply
helena dombrowski 22 April 2008
hmmmmm...... well not sure, i never read shakespear so dont know what to say..... ----*over and out, the devilz work is done*-------------
0 0 Reply
Anil Kumar 20 April 2008
Intelligently woven poem.I remember one scholar saying, Brevity is the soul of wit.You have synchronized Poetics and Shakespearean Concept of Tragedy in a short poem.Great combination of words to perform this Miracle.The whole concept of Tragedy can be under stood by this poem. Great experience. regards. Anil Kumar
0 0 Reply
Patricia Gale 19 April 2008
Clever! Brillant and insightful!
0 0 Reply
Alison Cassidy 19 April 2008
Abha, this is brilliant - what a clever premise on which to build a poem and what wit and masterful penning is the result. As one for whom the Bard's words are embedded in mind and heart, who has played the roles of Ophelia, Desdemona, and lady Macbeth (sadly I never got to play Cordelia) I applaud you in this original and wittily conceived poem. love, Allie ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
0 0 Reply
Thad Wilk 19 April 2008
A potent and brilliant write Abha! ! I agree with your note at bottom totally! ! *10*! ! Great read! ! Best regards! Friend Thad
0 0 Reply
Andrew mark Wilkinson 19 April 2008
My eyes spotted the name right away, what a treat it is too, my first poem read of yours too, I give it 10 out of 10... Andrew
0 0 Reply
Kristy Artmann 17 April 2008
Absolutely astonishing; I love it! ~Kristy~
0 0 Reply
David Desantis 17 April 2008
You clearly have an amazing command of literature. The great thing about this poem is that there are so many references that flow together so nicely, that not only do you get a great mental picture, you also can really appreciate the flow. That is often hard to do...excellent job as always.
0 0 Reply
Usha Pisharody 09 April 2008
Let me see if I can reconstruct :) and do excuse this attempt, as I am starting anew :) Well. if I had wanted to direct a learner to a crash course in Shakespearean Tragedy, which was poetically delivered, succinct and comprehensive, all the elements of the flaw in place, this is what it would be! Am amazed at the way you have compressed, after identifying, and relating to the insight of Aristotle, each of those characteristics that, in brevity deliver eloquence! Brilliant!
0 0 Reply
Dr.subhendu Kar 08 April 2008
what a poetic glaze splashes the the words of wisdom life yet roll and rills by the flaws all when wrought by the noble thoughts, , , , , , , , , , , , , ecstatically erudite, yet a glow of scholastic vision, fantastically versed, well penned,10+, thanks for sharing
0 0 Reply
Subbaraman N V 08 April 2008
Many in the society-fortunate or unfortunate, right or wrong -prove to be a mix of Hamlet, Othello, Macbeth and Lear! -All the flaws of Shakespeare rolled into a human being! A real life experience! From a philosophic angle! Not as a student of Shakespeare!
0 0 Reply
Well written and a tribute to the genius.A lot of care has been taken to make it poetic while being educative.Thanks Abha...
0 0 Reply
The rim of your poetic chalice doth rise high, and over its threshold, of pour, young lady! Philosophy, so mercurial...yet you disect the complex lexicon, and serve us with digestable interp.Adroit, and astute penning, Abha. As far as your authors note in your allusion to the great Aristotle, i concur with both you and Jim. Pathosity, in general will eventually jog catharsis...so long as desire & faith be its primary vehicles. ~ FjR~ ..2008..
0 0 Reply

Delivering Poems Around The World

Poems are the property of their respective owners. All information has been reproduced here for educational and informational purposes to benefit site visitors, and is provided at no charge...

3/1/2021 8:07:54 AM # 1.0.0.506