Do you like reading poems?
October 26, 2007 9:17am CST
Hi!All I used to avoid poetry until an e-pal told me I should recite poems and not look up the meanings of the words. Poetry uses many difficult words and idioms but the best thing is to just forget about them. I started with small poems, but now I think I like long poems. I have different feelings with different poems. When I have had a bad day at school, I read Keats and forget everything. When I'm sad, I read Wordsworth by the right of a candle. when the poem is finished, I close the book and my sadness is gone.
26 Oct 07
I do like reading poems even though I am not a poet laureate. I love to read the power of words, the brevity and the element of conciseness. It presented or written in short sentences, but the elaborative meanings of sentences aspired me to the relevant world in my life. The proverbs given makes me easy to understand the stories in it to make my quality conclusion. Sometimes from one sentence, only, do apply to many living things and its life. The connections and inter-relation or correlation. Like your name, taskata; tas mean "to heap or to tassel" kata mean "a pre-arranged set of defensive moves and attacks against an imaginary single or multiple opponents" References for the meaning; http://www.televisionpoint.com/dictionary/default.asp?define=tas http://www.unh.edu/shotokan/kata.html Thanks, taskata.