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Expressions of the Mind: Reality, Fantasy, and the Dark Side of Sanity
by:Robert E. Sullivan
This collection of poems are observations, experiences, and imaginations of Robert E. Sullivan, expressed in poetic rhyme and verse. They are from the mind of a boy, the heart of a man, the spirit of the soul, and vanity. Some of the poems are short stories or something I observed. In this collection, several styles are employed, including narrative,...
This collection of poems are observations, experiences, and imaginations of Robert E. Sullivan, expressed in poetic rhyme and verse. They are from the mind of a boy, the heart of a man, the spirit of the soul, and vanity. Some of the poems are short stories or something I observed. In this collection, several styles are employed, including narrative, epic, dramatic, and ode. There is something for everyone: parents and children, students and teachers, men and women, politicians, and veterans, the saint and the quaint. Through these poetic vents, the writer shares his emotions, his sanity and his insanity, his humor, and his yet- to- be- described, other side. With each poem entertainment is the objective as well as to encourage, to motivate and to inspire. In addition, there might be something to laugh about, to cry about, and to question; and something that will challenge opinion and precipitate cogitation. To close with a thought about these expressions of the mind: "One can learn and retain from poetry as well as one learns and retains from knowetry." Knowledge is good, an excellent commodity, but a poem has a way of leaving something in the shadow of the mind that entertains and has a lasting presence.The difference between knowetry and poetry:Knowetry, as defined by the writer, is the ability to arrive at an educated, responsible, conclusive decision or application through formal education or empirical knowledge. And his definition of Poetry: is the ability to inspire, to awaken, to challenge, to encourage, enlightened and to educate through poetic expressions, without formally studying the mechanics of poetic verses.- RES
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