Jerald Brooks - Element of Literature

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Element of Literature 1 Element of Literature Jerald Brooks ENG 125: Introduction to Literature Professor, Connie Densmore 04/02/2009
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Element of Literature 2 Poetry has come a long way from just a thought onto a feeling. When people progress their feelings within their writing, their readers can experience the truth behind the words. Many plays have centered the stage to present conflict, love, honor, and loyalty. Many people have fallen in love with poets of all kinds and ages. Many plays have been written to express a poet’s passion for Literature. From Shakespeare, Poe, Guthrie, Alexei, and Dickenson these poets express their true love and passion towards Literature. Many believe within the writing process, people can understand how love is. Love has been the main points to a relationship, along side of saying the right words. Many believe that a dove represents love from God; others believe a simple rose comes from the heart. Many tend to over look the importance within the feeling and neglect its meaning. From the beginning of time love was formed between man and woman. This particular love was formed to become a strong foundation within a relationship. Many people started saying poetry from playing a guitar outside of their loved ones window. Other people buy roses to either cover up an argument, or to say I love you. Love has been neglected by certain magazines that contain models. Many have believed that in order to be happy they need someone who is skinny and well figured. Some people believe that poetry is dying because; of certain judgment some people are placing on others. Many believe poetry is the key to all happiness. Some of the best poetry comes from, single men and women alike that feel love is everything. Their spirit feel lifted with delight when they fall in love with a perfect stranger. Words start to pour out of them like water that fills a page with love. Love writing has its very own meaning within each letter.
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Element of Literature 3 Beauty comes in many forms; from, love, writing, colors, and feelings. Many poets have written their love in poverty. Some poets have written their love in vain to conquer sadness. Some poets have written their works in hunger for love of their crush. Poetry can bring out a truth about a person’s heart. Some poets write about past experiences, then others write about what they wish that could happen. As for E. Dickenson; “This was a Poet, It is That Distills amazing sense from ordinary Meanings, And Attar so immense.” (p.925) Many poets admire their fellow writers, many lead by example to achieve their love for the writing style. Some poets have made a huge impact on society; Emily Dickenson was one of these talented poets. Many poets come and go just like the wind that blows. Many people get hurt and climb mountains, as for others they write pages upon pages of poetry. Poetry is the calling for self release, in doing so the aggravation and hurt lifts off the mind of the poet.
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