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Poetry


Poetry is a category of literary art which uses the aesthetic qualities of language to evoke meanings in addition to, or in place of, the prosaic ostensible meaning.

 
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Rouge mémoire

By: Huguette Bertrand

Recueil de poésie comportant 51 pages.

Extrait : Entre les couleurs terre de Sienne / et noir d'encre / le jour marathonien s'essouffle / nous ravive entre deux néants / nous colle au coeur / puis disparaît / dans la bouche de la nuit / silence on tourne en rond

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La Femme Eidôlon : A Tale

By: Sean Fraser

A Concrete Verse poem which may be considered an elegiac Idyll on Beauty as Idée was written over a Thirty-year Entr'acte. It was composed of and with occurrences that began in 1963 of which some lines may be found in poems from "Miss Crabtree's Daughters" and "On the Nature of Existence".

Light as ponderous settling fog obscures | Reflections of flesh once was | Hundred-year mirror | Age has | photographs belied | They silently exist | by prusse Moon lit: | forgotten | were Reminiscences to be found; | Sorrows in Solitude solace consoled by one not seen; | embraces and caresses adumbrated | by Presence; | Existence frolicked imp-like: | Revelments paled | Resplendences paled | The currents set by Chronos slowed in the dark of Chaos; | And Beauty smiling |...

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Sous le Masque des Heures

By: Huguette Bertrand

Recueil de poésie, 57 pages

(extrait) Entre les pierres / la vie l’aventure / qu’une brise passagère / est venu raccorder / aux désirs répandus / sur les rêves les plus fous

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Les Visages du Temps

By: Huguette Bertrand

(extrait) Tellement loin tellement proche quand ça fourmille d'habitudes de grimaces entortillées autour du présent ça remonte et ça descend des rivières infinies frôle les astres dans l'immensité du coeur ses musiques d'accords brisés fragments d'un noir soleil répandus sur la peau des fleurs rosée matinale sur le visage toujours révélé par le frisson des pas absents

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Par la peau du cri

By: Huguette Bertrand

L'édition imprimée comporte 49 pages. L'édition numérique en format Pdf conforme aux textes de l'édition imprimée comporte 45 pages.

Mon langage achève le pays parcouru et ma pensée dégonflée a peur du cri les mains gravées sur la source corps poétique des lieux les plus rares les plus osés et le jour se lève doux comme le geste des yeux

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La Mort Amoureuse

By: Huguette Bertrand

Livre de poésie comportant 61 pages.

(extrait) mes mots explosent je leur aménage des espaces particuliers et rien entre les lignes n'est laissé au hasard ils ne pèsent pas lourd dans la mémoire je les apprivoise et je leur propose des organisations de toutes sortes ils s'écrivent comme des enfants blessés mais toujours renouvelés

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Dewan-e-Khalil : Poetry of Hussain Khan Khalil

By: Hussain Khan Khalil (ghulam hussain)

high standard poetry in urdu language. Near to reality heart touching

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The Glad Woman

By: Felicity Earnshaw

"Tattered, dusty, broken, light as birds, we wander in the rich pansy dark among the stars"—More vital than the roles, here mostly of woman, spoken in the voices of daughters, sons and others, and ranging from scientist, friend, dreamer and peacemaker, to mother, teacher, worker, helper, seeker and listener to spirit, nature and art, the focus is on glints of world peace, not brilliant but shining, not complete but requisite: However tired we may be of the dead end of...

...enter into the process quickly— the swiftly softly pealing notes of long flowing ribbon-in-the-wind scales— sentences in which we move into new realms, and then feel the nudges and booms of adjustment amid deeper structures, as if they applaud those cheerful graceful light-running rapidly graduating songs sung—danced—so perfectly; that youths return after their adventures, tell stories of pure celestial handshakes, brotherly, sisterly embrace of two wh...

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Nus les arbres dansent : croquis et poésie: croquis et poésie

By: Mrs. Mrs. Huguette Bertrand; Marie-Lydie Joffre, Co-Author

Ce livre comporte 12 trilogies de croquis ayant inspiré 12 poèmes s'y référant suivi de chaque croquis en gros plan totalisant 52 p.

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Sculptures et Poésie

By: Huguette Bertrand

Ce livre comporte 24 sculptures et autant de poèmes qui y sont associés.

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À Livre Ouvert

By: Huguette Bertrand; Huguette Bertrand

Ce livre comporte 30 poèmes illustrés par 30 tableaux numériques créés par l'auteure.

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Rando dans les mots, haïkus

By: Huguette Bertrand

Recueil comportant 37 haïkus

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Guardacaminos: Armando José Ramos : Ensayo literario: Ensayo lite...

By: Valentino

Ya casi me había dado por vencido con la poesía; ni siquiera era capaz de apreciarla, la sentía insípida, machacada y repetitiva. Me parecía que todos los poetas del mundo se habían puesto de acuerdo para escribir y cantar sobre los mismos motivos de siempre: un mal amor, unas metáforas y analogías poco convincentes, e indiscutiblemente un gusto desbocado por la obviedad de las cosas, cautivados, sabrá Dios por qué, por frases de redes sociales del tipo: “He caído pero m...

Ya casi me había dado por vencido con la poesía; ni siquiera era capaz de apreciarla, la sentía insípida, machacada y repetitiva. Me parecía que todos los poetas del mundo se habían puesto de acuerdo para escribir y cantar sobre los mismos motivos de siempre: un mal amor, unas metáforas y analogías poco convincentes, e indiscutiblemente un gusto desbocado por la obviedad de las cosas, cautivados, sabrá Dios por qué, por frases de redes sociales del tipo: “He caído pero m...

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Dark Days

By: Mu Pi Chan

A selection of poetry written between 20JAN17 and 20JAN18 some of which have the dark days of the Trump Presidency, the Brexit negotiations, and the rise of the new dictatorships as there background.

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Tolstoy's Ghost : A Collection of Poetry by Doug Tanoury: A Collec...

By: Douglas Girard Tanoury

A Collection of Poetry by Doug Tanoury

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Tolstoy's Ghost : A Collection of Poetry by Doug Tanoury: A Collec...

By: Douglas Girard Tanoury

A Collection of Poetry by Doug Tanoury

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Merida Poems : And other Poetry of Place

By: Douglas Girard Tanoury

A collection of poetry by Doug Tanoury

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Society = Gallows

By: Heitor Baldo

Society = Gallows is a philosophical-poetry book which provides acid criticisms to the contemporary society and art, each one submerged in slight connotations. The author criticizes the hypocritical facet that prevails in our society, the nuances of the transcendental nature of the human being, the cyberculture and the "supermodern" arts and trends that uninterruptedly appears on the Internet, constituting the framework of what has been called "post-Internet arts".

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Poetry by Walter J. Hochlowski

By: Walter J. Hochlowski

These poems were written by Walter J. Hochlowski and have been compiled from papers which he bequeathed to his daughters upon his death. It was his desire that his poems be shared with those who might find interest.

The past speaks of an open lore The battles have been waged before. Before us now the future unfolds None answer lest our past upholds.

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America

By: James Monroe Whitfield

"America" is a poem in American and Other Poems, published in 1853 by J.S. Leavitt.

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