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💞”P.L.O.T.S. – Poetry, Language Of The Soul, Vol. I.”💞
“A special thanks to those who encouraged me to get this book written; Denise Bryan, Will Murphy, Antonia Valaire, Clover Mathis, Bob McNeil, Nakato Lewis (S.I.P.), and saving the best for last, My Mommy; Hyacinth W.M. – couldn’t have done it without you!”
~Maxwanette A Poetess
P.L.O.T.S. – Poetry, Language Of The Soul, Vol. I.
Will launch at the 2020 Harlem Book Fair
*Post Contributed By Poet, Mr. Bob McNeil
“My Mother wrote this piece in 1983. Here we are in 2020, dealing with the same issues. THERE MUST BE CHANGE! It’s not enough to march & protest. AS HUMAN BEINGS, we ALL must ban together & change the laws & policies in place. THIS MUST BE A SYSTEMATIC CHANGE, that’s then perpetuated globally.”~Maxwanette A Poetess
New Reader Magazine is looking for poetry, prose, art, and other oddities for issue 11, “Hiding in Plain Sight”.
New Reader Magazine is a quarterly journal for arts, culture, and the written word. When we’re caught up with everything around us, we sometimes miss out on the little details that matter or maybe are even blinded by something that’s preventing us from seeing the bigger picture. For this quarter, we’re looking for pieces that imply secrecy, hidden gems, and/or the mind-boggling insights on life.
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Deadline: June 22, 2020
So, have you ever heard of Narrative Poetry? It’s basically a poem that tells a story. But there’s a little more to it than that…
Narrative poetry is a form of poetry that tells a story, often making the voices of a narrator and characters as well; the entire story is usually written in metered verse. Narrative poems do not need rhyme. The poems that make up this genre may be short or long, and the story it relates to may be complex. It is normally dramatic, with objectives, diverse and meter. Narrative poems include epics, ballads, idylls, and lays.
Some narrative poetry takes the form of a novel in verse. An example of this is The Ring and the Book by Robert Browning. In the terms of narrative poetry, a romance is a narrative poem that tells a story of chivalry. Examples include the Romance of the Rose or Tennyson’s Idylls of the King. Although those examples use medieval and Arthurian materials, romances may also tell stories from classical mythology.
Shorter narrative poems are often similar in style to the short story. Sometimes, these short narratives are collected into interrelated groups, as with Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales. So sagas include both incidental poetry and the biographies of poets. An example is “The Cremation of Sam McGee” by Robert Service.
Narrative Poems by Famous Poets
Narrative Poems are a form of poetry that tell stories. Narrative poems often use rhyme, meter, repetition and a captivating and dramatic story to capture the readers interest. These classic Narrative poems include such classics as The Raven By Edgar Allan Poe, Paul Revere’s Ride By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Casey At The Bat and the chilling tales of the Alaska gold rush by Robert W. Service.
These are few snippets of Narrative Poems. Please click on the link to view the complete article & links to the poetry in its entirety.”
This narrative poem was a personal creation & combination of the poets experiences & that of others. It shines a bright light, on what many women have gone through, are going through & may go through, during one of the most precious moments in life. “Woman In Travail” is deeply felt.
This piece was written, based on the poets personal view of life, her surroundings & the messages that the earth gives us, letting us know it’s displeased with mankind’s heartlessness. It’s an awesome gathering of words, which renders deep thought.
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I’ve subscribed to Poets & Writer’s Magazine for a few years now. I share their articles from time to time as well. The resources are Abundantly Amazing! In my opinion, it’s something all Poets, Writer’s & Authors shouldn’t go without.
How are you? Hopefully during this time of COVID-19 & 5G, we’re being careful, cautious & wise. P.L.O.T.S. has been less active lately. Let’s share why…👀
I’ve been experiencing what I’m sure many are or have as well. Bonding, reconnecting, forgiveness & sharing love with others. GUILTY! If one can find that ray of sunshine & hope🌅, this would be it for me. Sure, it’s better to be able to hold the ones you love, give them that hug that says, it’s okay – we’re going to go through this together & I got you. At least we can call, video chat, email & share communications.📱💻
I confess, I’ve been tempted to bang on a drum🥁 or blow a trumpet🎺, to simply break up the monotony😅. Sadly I have neither & there’s no need to get an eviction notice😉. Maybe, run through my breezeway screaming, “WHE-E-E-E!” Again, not gonna happen, lol! But the thought is quite entertaining.
Honestly? I don’t even know if I’m what you’d call a “Blogger.” I simply share poetry, drop info, resources, love, positive vibes & go. But due to us having to spend more time at home & online, it’s becoming more personal on my part. And you know? That’s kind of cool & alright😉
As a Poetess, the feelings & emotions that’s universally felt & expressed, fuels my pen. I’m sure many can relate. INSPIRATION varies for everyone. As we have “time” create, meditate, relate & WRITE!✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾
~Maxwanette A Poetess