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Poetic Suppressions

Poetic Suppressions

‘Blowing your own trumpet leaves less breath for climbing’. Relishing play with own sentiments for self pity or ego, completely eliminates benevolent application of educations and guidance. Instead of devising strategies to overcome failure, a poet sits to write verses:- And Richard II had his own style of playing with his miseries: ’When sun appears, […]

June 7, 2016 | 0 Comments More
Negative Effects of Poetry

Negative Effects of Poetry

(Translated from a contribution in Urdu) Great Greek philosopher, during 450 BC, declared poets to be dangerous specie of persons inducing irrational tendencies in normal behaviour of mankind. He submitted his suggestions to his government for taking steps to save the civil population from infections of poetry. One of these suggestions was to establish settlements […]

June 12, 2012 | 0 Comments More