Poems about good vs bad

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Silk Poems by Jen Bervin

In conjunction with Tufts Universitys Silk Labs cutting-edge research on liquified silk, Jen Bervin wrote a poem composed in a six-character chain that corresponds to the DNA structure of silk; modeled on the way a silkworm applies filament to its cocoon. This poem, written from the perspective of the silkworm, explores the cultural, scientific, and linguistic complexities of silk written inside the body.
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Charles Lee and D. Wyndham Lewis discussed this problem in their famed anthology The Stuffed Owl , a collection of bad poetry that has served as a model for many such volumes to follow. Read the entire article. Follow us on Twitter , Facebook. We have seen thee, queen of cheese, Lying quietly at your ease, Gently fanned by evening breeze, Thy fair form no flies dare seize. We might grow slightly nauseated.

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Almost as long as there has been life, war has been a part of it. Mankind continues to wage war even though the consequences often breed nothing but misery. However, when a person is called to defend his or her country, or protect other defenseless people, it is his duty to fight. There is no question that there is evil in the world and we must not rest on our laurels and say it is none of our business. We cannot stand by and watch while others are being persecuted.

Poetry demands precision. The novelist can get away with less than precise expression from time to time because the story will pull the reader along. The job of the poet is to create a picture in the mind and an emotion in the heart. Every single word counts. The wrong choice—a word with the wrong connotation or the wrong number of syllables or an unlovely combination of consonant sounds—spoils all. The underlying thought of the poem is also important.

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