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|Poetic Myths (standard:poetry, 73 words)|
|Author: wordylaw||Added: Apr 24 2004||Views/Reads: 1846/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|This is about a short mythology of poetry. Well, gotta learn poetic myths befor attempting to mythically poeticize! Ok?|
Poems are made by way of human feelings, We express our feelings thru communication; Some are geared toward poetic myths, Enjoying the inventions of Homer. The undying epics of Homer-Iliad and Odyssey, They represent the unknown false; The non-existent, the immaterially fictitious, Imagining the improbable things in life. Poetic myths are but natural themes, For a very best reading,we employ them; Creating the other side of nature--the unnatural, Surpassing the nature`s true essence. Tweet
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