Preposthumous Poetry: Thoughtful Poems for Thoughtful People

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"PREPOSTHUMOUS POETRY"- Inspired by Nature, a gifted poet takes his readers on a journey through unimagined realms of thought, exploring topics hitherto unvisited by his predecessors, identifying wonders, limitations, complications and barriers, revealing connections, insights and possibilities that are a revelation, and that can leave a lasting impression on readers of these thoughtful, tightly-constructed, rhyming poems. These poems, many resulting from deep thought, others from heartfelt (and patriotic) feelings, provide fascinating ideas, skillful word wizardry, little-known historical accounts, entertainment, inspiration, enlightenment, personal observations, musings and reflections, vital messages and suggestions, inferences and deductions, remarkable conclusions, "incredible" facts, commentaries on life, amusing jabs at some human foibles, pop song writing errors, unintended consequences, thoughts regarding loving relationships and age-old human problems, an award-winning riddle, and possibly, the best short love poem ever conceived! Readers will be amazed by the range of topics covered, from the sublime to the commonplace, from a rap summary of American history, to why children ask "Why" questions, from what we're made of (stardust!), to what household dust's made of, even to what "is" is (we don't know!), and to why plastics are a problem! Although alphabetically presented and categorized, some poems defy any classification! Inspiration for these poems has come from many sources, in and out of this world! This poet's intact pre-TV imagination and poetic muse haven't set any boundaries to what topics could be explored and delineated, in poetic verse. This has led him to some intriguingly possible explanations for events and circumstances that have affected humans throughout history. Through poetic imagery, readers will learn new things they've never thought about! They'll discover a world of ideas that may never have crossed their mind, things they've not been told before, told in interesting ways that inform, without being boring, of how Nature's workshops continually perform miracles, how survival's aided by "programmed death," how and why differing "worldviews" can wreak havoc! They'll be enthralled by a poem about the timeless enrichment of Art, "What we have, other species have not!," told of the value of "true value creators," of capitalism's "greatest good," and of the disaster wrought by stock market analysts' predictions about stocks' future dividends, of possible causes of "gender confusion," of how Earth's fury can "transport" souls, and how Nature may "recycle" them! This book's a sojourn into the many levels of a thoughtful man's unique mind, guiding readers through a "museum of his intellect." Poetry lovers will enjoy and respond favorably to this poet's "magnum opus," a book of poems written during his last career (teaching, age 66-75), after spending much of his life attending colleges, learning how to continue to be useful to our country, before and after the Cold War. He brings a new, concise writing style to his poetry, with hopefulness and an inspirational poetic vision of how we might shape our future for a better world. Visualization can lead to realization, as in "Visualizations, Past And Future," wherein it states that this poet-teacher-engineer had invented the encrypted PIN "keys," thus enabling the ATMs that have made the world's banks accessible, even when closed!

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Book Description Outskirts Press, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. PREPOSTHUMOUS POETRY - Inspired by Nature, a gifted poet takes his readers on a journey through unimagined realms of thought, exploring topics hitherto unvisited by his predecessors, identifying wonders, limitations, complications and barriers, revealing connections, insights and possibilities that are a revelation, and that can leave a lasting impression on readers of these thoughtful, tightly-constructed, rhyming poems. These poems, many resulting from deep thought, others from heartfelt (and patriotic) feelings, provide fascinating ideas, skillful word wizardry, little-known historical accounts, entertainment, inspiration, enlightenment, personal observations, musings and reflections, vital messages and suggestions, inferences and deductions, remarkable conclusions, incredible facts, commentaries on life, amusing jabs at some human foibles, pop song writing errors, unintended consequences, thoughts regarding loving relationships and age-old human problems, an award-winning riddle, and possibly, the best short love poem ever conceived! Readers will be amazed by the range of topics covered, from the sublime to the commonplace, from a rap summary of American history, to why children ask Why questions, from what we re made of (stardust!), to what household dust s made of, even to what is is (we don t know!), and to why plastics are a problem! Although alphabetically presented and categorized, some poems defy any classification! Inspiration for these poems has come from many sources, in and out of this world! This poet s intact pre-TV imagination and poetic muse haven t set any boundaries to what topics could be explored and delineated, in poetic verse. This has led him to some intriguingly possible explanations for events and circumstances that have affected humans throughout history. Through poetic imagery, readers will learn new things they ve never thought about! They ll discover a world of ideas that may never have crossed their mind, things they ve not been told before, told in interesting ways that inform, without being boring, of how Nature s workshops continually perform miracles, how survival s aided by programmed death, how and why differing worldviews can wreak havoc! They ll be enthralled by a poem about the timeless enrichment of Art, What we have, other species have not!, told of the value of true value creators, of capitalism s greatest good, and of the disaster wrought by stock market analysts predictions about stocks future dividends, of possible causes of gender confusion, of how Earth s fury can transport souls, and how Nature may recycle them! This book s a sojourn into the many levels of a thoughtful man s unique mind, guiding readers through a museum of his intellect. Poetry lovers will enjoy and respond favorably to this poet s magnum opus, a book of poems written during his last career (teaching, age 66-75), after spending much of his life attending colleges, learning how to continue to be useful to our country, before and after the Cold War. He brings a new, concise writing style to his poetry, with hopefulness and an inspirational poetic vision of how we might shape our future for a better world. Visualization can lead to realization, as in Visualizations, Past And Future, wherein it states that this poet-teacher-engineer had invented the encrypted PIN keys, thus enabling the ATMs that have made the world s banks accessible, even when closed!. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781478713289

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