Western Cork’s relaxed in winter sun
Unexpected pleasure , though desired
Uncork that wine and let’s enjoy some puns.
No-one thinks the Irish need their fun
We may need to have our brains rewired
Western Cork’s pole-axed by winter sun
Now everyone has reason to be glum
Sunny days yet evenings dark as mires
Uncork the wine and let’s thwack our own bums
We like drinking when we’re feeling glum
Spare not the whiskey ,hail oh Lanarkshire!
Western folk write cheques in winter sun
When I get undressed, my lover’s stunned.
My generous body to eros aspires
Uncork the wine and squeeze me juicy plum
I have no kernel ,nut, nor night attire
I studied numbers infinite in desire.
Western Cork can prove dough in mid-June
Uncork the wine and let it make us dumb.
This is very interesting.
“Americans no longer know how to talk to each other. During the 2016 presidential campaign, the novelist George Saunders explained that we had become “two separate ideological countries … speaking different languages,” while journalist Nathan Heller lamented the “collapse of public discourse.” This sounded bad enough, but when we heard Kanye West describe Donald Trump’s speaking style as “very futuristic,” we knew we could no longer stand idly by. We hope you will join us in “The Crisis of Language Project,” a new initiative to restore the possibility of communication in our beleaguered republic.”
rI find words ending in ion hard to use in metre and thyme
Are we called to our vocation
A calling to a richness green and flowered
Yet context’s needed for gestation
In writing true not imitation
We are seeking our vocation
With spirit we must make relation
That native genius develps becomes ours
Helps reach those unknown destinations
We each create our own vocation
By love and work in combination
Imagery means to use figurative language to represent objects, actions and ideas in such a way that it appeals to our physical senses.
Usually it is thought that imagery makes use of particular words that create visual representation of ideas in our minds. The word imagery is associated with mental pictures. However, this idea is but partially correct. Imagery, to be realistic, turns out to be more complex than just a picture. Read the following examples of imagery carefully:
- It was dark and dim in the forest. – The words “dark” and “dim” are visual images.
- The children were screaming and shouting in the fields. – “Screaming” and “shouting” appeal to our sense of hearing or auditory sense.
- He whiffed the aroma of brewed coffee. – “whiff” and “aroma” evoke our sense of smell or olfactory sense.
- The girl ran her hands on a soft satin fabric. – The idea of “soft” in this example appeals to our sense of touch or tactile sense.
- The fresh and juicy orange is very cold and sweet. – “ juicy” and “sweet” when associated with oranges have an effect on our sense of taste or gustatory sense.
Imagery needs the aid of figures of speech like simile, metaphor, personification, onomatopoeia etc. in order to appeal to the bodily senses. Let us analyze how famous poets and writers use imagery in literature.
Marry with taste or depend upon treasure
None so kind as those who will not be.
There’s many a blue word spoken unblessed
I never said to you that I am seeding.
Oh flood sweet maze,and let who will have weather.
He was just bad luck in the doldrums
To see or not to see,that is so testing.
How can we knit the entire purled?
Don’t receive me or my woe.
Angels stored his stolen braces