Poetry Within The Senses

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Summary

This is a book of poems describing one word depicting four of the five senses. All these poems describe one word within four of the five senses sight, taste, smell, and sound. These poems will tease your senses and imagine what everything in our world is like just by using four of of our five senses..

Genre:
Poetry
Author:
Hadassah Smith
Status:
Complete
Chapters:
50
Rating:
5.0 1 review
Age Rating:
16+

What is Poetry?

Poetry is a pencil, dancing on the page.

It’s the color of a canvas, waiting for the brush.

It smells like a meadow, with endless possibilities.

It sounds like a knock, waiting to be answered.

It feels like a ship, waiting to dock.

Poetry is like a question, waiting to be discovered.

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Fabia Scali-Warner: Wow. This works reminds me of Allen Ginsberg, and at times even Prevert. The arching storyline is interesting, but I loved the care given to every verse. What a gem!

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