(1) Fill those pages to find your answers. (2) Pass those stages and keep moving forward. (3) Walk those trails to find what you are looking for and if you don't find it that keep on moving forward. (4) Failures are like jewels on your personality... Wear them proudly. (5)Close your eyes and smile... Give it time, your cart will fill on its own. (6)You... Only you can give yourself a second one... A chance to chat things.. a chance to restart
The term "anaphora" comes from the Greek for "to carry up or back." Anaphora is a figure of speech in which words repeat at the beginning of successive clauses, phrases, or sentences.
For example : "In every" is repeated in the following stanza–
In every cry of every Man,
In every infant's cry of fear,
In every voice, in every ban,
The mind-forg'd manacles I hear
– William Blake
like Cinderella’s coach, like
the sun when he looked it
straight in the eye.
is narrow, he sleeps alone,
tossing between two pillows,
while it carried him
bumpily to the ball.
but friendly. A peasant
built the frame; and old wife beat
the mattress till it rose like meringue.
morning light pours in
like wine, melody, fragrance,
the memory of happiness.
– Jane Flanders
--Today, write a poem in the format as given in the above example-- You can write about your closet, your lover's handwritten note, Wordsworth's poems or anything else that comes to your mind. Just describe the object of your poem as given in the poem and make it more than an object.
A list poem also called catalogue verse, is simply a list. This could be a list of single words, or it could be a list of sentences. These lists do not necessarily need rhythm or rhyme but they must have a relation to each other, tell a story or offer commentary.
--Today, write a list poetry on "things you left when you left someone"--