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See the flying French depart
Like the bees of Bonaparte,
Swarming up with a most venomous vitality.
Over Baden and Bavaria,
This is the ceremonial festival of marriage,
A bride is decorated with garlands and rings,
Necklaces she has worn with costly ornaments,
Beauty is attracting all, groom has to come.
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It is night-time when the saddest and the darkest memories haunt,
When outside the printing office the most glaring posters flaunt,
The Chance Operations Of The World Literature Into A Verse Paragraph
10 January, 2019
In the attempt to define the term 'literature', one can distinguish between two general directions: a broad and a narrow definition. The broad definition incorporates everything that has been written down in some form or another, i.e., all the written manifestations of a culture (hence, there are terms such as 'research literature', 'the literature on civil rights', etc.) . Needless to say that such a broad definition is problematic as it does not really facilitate communication about the topic. Furthermore, this concept neglects the fact that in many cultures in the past and for a number of indigenous peoples today, literature has not been captured in written media but has been passed down in a long oral tradition of storytelling, myths, ritual speeches, etc. Attempts to come up with a narrow definition have, however, led to such a diversity of approaches that one can hardly talk about 'the' narrow definition. Nevertheless, it is possible to sift out some of the criteria scholars have applied in order to demarcate 'literary texts' from 'non-literary texts'. These criteria include:
Shy slight shimmering serene silky subdued specks
Swayed strayed seeking star spaces
Drowning desires delicate demonstrative
Cows milked: mitigated mooing in the meadows then
Weaving on the warp, some workaholic women
Each word's a chord,
A tone, a colour,
Juxtaposing images and sounds
In harmonising order,
I see no cure in mining poetry,
We write just to please our soul,
When our limits is off then we back out.
Overwhelming, onset of October
Ogling old owls
Overjoyed with orange overgrowth
Oh, obsidian opulence.
The title, I say,
ha bin alway the go;
the title a bin e'er the way.
the life of a nearby poet was almost
lost in translation had it not been for
a probability of emoji ridden skirmish
in a late bank holiday spring. no-one
O express the flesh and spirit of poetry;
In flowing lines of metaphor and simile.
Punctuate it with splendid alliteration.
Let it breathe with soft assonance; and look upon
we chose red for the alliteration
ignoring the politics before.
We're now livid
Sheer Selections in Six Selected Seconds
After having read his sweet sensational selection
the self has come to mind,
these lines to create for thine
Making here, breaking there,
Uniting here, separating a pair;
The Lord acts in His free will,
Indulging in His desire still,
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