The South Bank Review Winter 2017 | Poetry
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P O E T R Y

 

 

Poetry is a way to use various styles in order to turn emotions into words and rhythm that flow well together to depict the feeling that the person is writing about. It is a framework of literature expressing pattern, rhyme and metre. You can make poetry as creative as you like, it shows how deep your words are and how powerful it can be. These are the following creative pieces which allow the readers to have a wide variation of different kinds of poetry; Pressuring, relationships, winter, time, emotions, life and memories.

“Poetry is simply the most beautiful, impressive, and widely effective mode of saying things, and hence its importance.” – Matthew Arnold

 

By Tahmina Uddin