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  • lee_min_saho_ 2w

    Tanka

    A Tanka On Life


    While life is about
    love, family, fun and joy,

    While life is about learning and service;
    we live it as if it were
    about money, might and fame.


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  • lee_min_saho_ 7w

    Free verse is an open form of poetry, which in its modern form arose through the French vers libre form. It does not use consistent meter patterns, rhyme, or any musical pattern. It thus tends to follow the rhythm of natural speech.


    #free #fog #wod

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    Fog

    The fog comes
    on little cat feet.

    It sits looking
    over harbor and city
    on silent haunches
    and then moves on.




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  • lee_min_saho_ 7w

    Alliteration

    Becky's beagle barked and bayed, becoming bothersome for Billy.

    Can you keep the cat from clawing the couch? It's creating chaos

    Fred's friends fried fritters for Friday's food..



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  • lee_min_saho_ 7w

    Reading books calms my mind and soul.����

    Poetry is a way of taking life by the throat.

    Reading brings us unknown friends.

    #books #poetry #bestfriend #friendsoftheworld

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    Book

    The world is full of poetry. The air is living with its spirit; and the waves dance to the music of its melodies, and sparkle in its brightness.




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  • lee_min_saho_ 7w

    A rhetorical question is a question that's asked for effect, not because someone is expecting a genuine answer to it. A rhetorical question is usually used to emphasize a situation or a point of discussion. ... It is used as a rhetorical device, meaning that it's employed in an effort to persuade the reader of something.

    #rhetorical
    #wod

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    Rhetorical

    I wonder if they like being raindrops?

    I suppose they do

    They always have friends around them

    They never travel alone

    Some people save them to wash their hair

    They make trees grow.


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  • lee_min_saho_ 7w

    Always read something that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it.

    #poetry #books #goodbooks #bestfriend

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    Poetry

    The world is full of poetry. The air is living with its spirit; and the waves dance to the music of its melodies, and sparkle in its brightness.





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  • lee_min_saho_ 7w

    Life always gives us another change; It’s called “To Move On”.

    Follow your intuition, it will always lead you to the right destination.

    Face the failure until the failure fails to face you! ����

    #life #love #motivaton #moody #spirituality

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    Motivation

    Life is a game, play it. Life is a race, run it. Life is giving, share it. Life is lost, find it. Life is sad, humor it..But life can't be forever so live it ;)




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  • lee_min_saho_ 7w

    Chainverse

    Nerve thy soul with doctrines noble,
    Noble in the walks of time,
    Time that leads to an eternal,
    An eternal life sublime.
    Life sublime in moral beauty,
    Beauty that shall never be;
    Ever be to lure thee onward,
    Onward to the fountain free.
    Free to every earnest seeker,
    Seeker for the fount of youth;
    Youth exultant in its beauty,
    Beauty of the living truth.






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  • lee_min_saho_ 7w

    ENOUGH

    Read and write sijo enough
    and thoughts will be plentiful, enough.
    A face lovely enough,
    the mind clears--enough.
    See! Write sijo enough,
    and knowing joy is enough.

    #sijo #wod

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    The Sijo

    SAME

    The black wasp, daily, ducks

    into the furled patio umbrella,

    trailing a necklace of green

    larvae upon a silken string.

    Jasper shards prostrate themselves,

    mendicant priests 'midst dull gravel.



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  • lee_min_saho_ 7w

    Today’s poetry prompt is a recipe for disaster! Or a recipe for happiness, hope, making the perfect snow angel… You decide! All you need is a recipe and an idea.

    #recipe
    #wod

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    Recipe

    To create a recipe poem, you might want to pull a few cookbooks off your shelves for inspiration on recipe terminology. You’ll need plenty of good food-related language to spice up your poem!

    For your poem, decide on a subject that isn’t related to food. You could write a recipe for how to have the perfect summer day, how to swim in the ocean for the first time, or how to make a best friend. You could even write a recipe for a supervillain! The options are as endless as your imagination.

    Then, brainstorm your “ingredients” and the steps it takes. For example, check out the ingredients for creating an Evil Villain™.

    4 cups goal

    3 cups motivation

    6 tablespoons backstory, sifted

    2 handfuls minor villains

    1.5 teaspoons weakness

    ½ cup accessories

    1 pinch gold or lapis lazuli

    Here are the steps for creating your own supervillain:

    Preheat the oven to 873 degrees Celsius (1,603.4 Fahrenheit).

    In a large black bowl, combine goal, motivation, and backstory. Blend at light speed for ten minutes, until dough forms blackish lump.

    In a separate, smaller bowl, stir minor villains until thawed. Then quickly fold into the main batter until completely engulfed.

    Add the weakness and knead carefully, spreading weakness throughout the whole lump. This is a most delicate phase—too many weaknesses will make the dough fall apart, but too few will make it dry and fossilized.

    Once weaknesses have been kneaded in, sprinkle accessories on top. This is the point in the recipe where you can add your own distinct flair: the curling walrus moustache, the pocketwatch that doubles as a sword, the bright red hair standing on end, or the evil villain cape of awesomeness, for example.

    Bake for 1,095 days in the back burner of your mind. Remove from oven and let sit. Should be burned black around the edges.

    If desired, add a pinch of gold or lapis lazuli for effect. Serve frozen or boiled in the lava of revenge.

    Feeds 1 story.

    Once you’ve brainstormed your ingredients and steps, write them all out in lines as a poem, and voila! You’ve got a recipe poem all finished! Make sure to share your poem with the family in your next teatime.


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