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This morning we shall spend a few minutes
Upon the study of symbolism, which is basic
The form and figure of Ganesa
Is the symbolic representation of
Iseult stands at Tintagel
on the mid stairs between
light and dark symbolism
Does she stand for phonic
We are poor examples of the beautiful
principles of life - physical manifestation
always falls short, yet the wonder of the
concept behind the attempt to illustrate
Others tell us what ‘truth’ should be when we
are small and with this tunnel vision we tackle
the world of experience and symbolism, bored
in our mental citadels
Reading in the jungle of the English language
I begin to feel swamped Lost for derivative words of nouns adjectives and verbs
My travels on that day
had led me to Dan Murphy.
The biggest liquor store
in all of our Down Under.
A pretty fragrant flower is the Lotus
It occurs in hues of pink, blue and white
Lotus has been accorded a divine status
It's majestic beauty is a delightful sight.
A poem is a tale that is set to rhyme,
Preferably, to some, it meters time.
But some people just write whatever in the world
they want without any rules whatsoever.
Waking from a deep sleep, citing thoughts that have crept
beneath folds of my brain.
Under many beautiful landscapes I find nothing except
Within the dread of the moment
I must dought that Shakespeare
Sat up all night, Writing his plays
Knowing they'd be timeless
((Reverse Etheree: With Satire, Allegory, Symbolism & Climax))
2 in 1
Alpha-beta-gamma, an Arabian
Drama - in Mesozoic era, jumbo
'CR..' said Pooh, holding his paw tight round CR's hand as he did when he had a Disturbing Thought, 'how do you pronounce St? '
The Animals were agitated. It was like a day in March when the wind blew leaves and things to finish up where they shouldn't be. Some tourist had thrown aside an academic paperback with an essay on 'The Divine Symbolism of Dante and Hundred-Acre Wood' by someone called Po... (the page was torn just there) .
Helluva day the day I fought
the lion to the death
when the women found me
prone across its flanks
Poetry isn't just rhyming words; verses of Self-expression, planned orderly creation
Pearls of wisdom woven into a necklace: Epic tales, Experiences, facts, fine integration
Soulful walkthrough into a dreamy real world: Integrated Realm of Reality and Imagination
Enjoying the beauty of meaningful words: grasping symbolism to pun, Evolution.
Desktop Gods and bathtub mystics. I coined the phrase but, don't understand the ballistics.
The craze.. the phase.. the purple haze clouding my brain.
It all must just be symbolism
Enough to fill a thimble-ism
I love you now and forever, I need you with heavenly ties, girls only want love if is fake or unattached at emotions hip, their touch had symbolism which neither could deny, will she change for me as I do for her, can time always be with us or will our separation end in disaster, is there a reason for love? worried a lot are for loneliness strikes all, he was so alone, his tormenters picked him apart so, she in a miserable exist is so different than others, why is everyone so emotionally different, creating evil in a wake, can a spark heal them? both are outcast of different times, don't outcast stick together? can you save me, can I save you? my friend, are you left? my outcast, I am here for you, you here for me?
October is rich in autumnal gold.
Although its symbolism is so old,
It always inspires bold new thoughts and dreams.
It highlights sorrow, but it also redeems
I remember my literature teacher,
When she made contrast of a window and a shutter.
I had always thought their difference is the same,
That it was just in the name.
an acrobat swinging from one rope to another
has become a achromatic symbolism of your existence.
blanched in black and white syrupy sticking saccharine.
and love is dingy, and nacreous in its opaline beginning.
If science fails
If life is off-putting
If I scream at myself
It amounts to pain
Looking through life's looking glass,
Seeking symbolism for all it brings.
A crystal clear message we yearn for,
Shedding light on all life's things...
A mark of reminder,
in the mind or on the skin,
which you often see,
as in memory,
Renée Vivien Translations
Renée Vivien (1877-1909) was a British poet who wrote primarily in French. She was one of the last major poets of Symbolism. Her work included sonnets, hendecasyllabic verse and prose poetry. Born Pauline Mary Tarn in London to a British father and American mother, she grew up in Paris and London. Upon inheriting her father's fortune at age 21, she emigrated permanently to France. In Paris, her dress and lifestyle were as notorious as her verse. She lived lavishly as an open lesbian, sometimes dressing in men's clothes, while harboring a lifelong obsession for her closest childhood friend, Violet Shillito (a relationship that apparently remained unconsummated) . Her obsession with violets led to Vivien being called the "Muse of the Violets." But in 1900 Vivien abandoned this chaste love to engage in a public affair with the American writer and heiress Natalie Clifford Barney. The following year Shillito died of typhoid fever, a tragedy from which Vivien never fully recovered. Vivien later had a relationship with a baroness to whom she considered herself to be married, even though the baroness had a husband and children. During her adventurous life, Vivien indulged in alcohol, drugs, fetishes and sadomasochism. But she grew increasingly frail and by the time of her death she weighed only 70 pounds, quite possibly dying from the cumulative effects of anorexia, alcoholism and drug abuse.
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