'Poetry is what gets lost in translation.' --Robert Frost Giving voice to ''what gets lost in translation'' is the challenge every poet faces. With The Everything Writing Poetry Book, that challenge just got easier. Featuring examples from works of celebrated poets and instruction on communicating your ideas, this clear and accessible reference helps you gain confidence as you find your own voice. Written by a team who each hold a masteras degree and teach creative writing and literature, this easy-to-follow guide has all you need to take your work to the next level. With this handy guide, you will learn to: Create meter and rhyme Express your innermost thoughts Use imagery and metaphor Polish your word play Find your own rhythm Work with other writers and more The Everything Writing Poetry Book helps you make the most of this rewarding craft - whether youare a fledgling poet or a seasoned wordsmith.Mention the word car to twenty adults, and one will think of a Corvette, one will think of an SUV, one will think of a Toyota Camry. ... drove a blue Lexus ES with gold rally stripes, gold rims, a white leather interior, a ten-speaker Bose 200watt tuner, tinted windows, and a six-speed manual V-8 engine. ... Since voice in the verb sense has nothing to do with speaking, it isna#39;t necessarily the best word to use.
|Title||:||The Everything Writing Poetry Book|
|Author||:||Tina D. Eliopulos, Todd Scott Moffett|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2005-06-01|