(A Wedding in Hell) [E–book] ✓ Charles Simic

  • Paperback
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  • A Wedding in Hell
  • Charles Simic
  • English
  • 14 July 2020
  • 9780156001298

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A Wedding In Hell by Charles SimicPublished by Harcourt Brace Company Orlando Florida 1994 Kelsey Williams If I had to describe A Wedding In Hell by Charles Simic in one word the word would be simplistic He writes the most brilliant poems with incredibly powerful messages in a very simplistic way Simic s style is one that I would love to try and copy in my opinion poetry is best when it is clear and understandable I always hate when I have to read a poem five times before I can get anything out of it I would have to say that A Wedding In Hell is one of the most relatable collects of poems I have ever read I find myself reading his poems over again not because I am confused but because I enjoyed reading them so much With its cloudless sky Of late summer And its trees shivering In the first cool breeze On days when we put all Our trust into the world Only to be deceived The World Simic chooses very deep specific topics he is incredible at really focusing a poem on something small whether it be an event or an object and then he condenses his poem into so few words that each word has a powerful punch and the poem collectively has a strong meaning Charles Simic has an elegance to his writing Heavy mirror carried Across the street I bow to you And to everything that appears in you Momentarily And never again the same way Miracle Glass Co Never before have I ever thought to myself wow that was a beautiful sentence but after reading the collection I am blow away by the beautiful words and meanings of his poems Simic has a very consistent style thorough his collection When reading his poems I can feel how much time has gone into the crafting to get the poems message to be just right All of Simic s poems have relatively short lines and with the exception of a few each poem is split up into multiple stanzas which to me also adds to the simplistic feel of the collection Before we even get to read the words our eyes see the page and already have an opinion of what we are going to read When my eyes see a slender column of text I know I am going to be forced down the page uickly and the poem is probably full of action and when I see a huge block of long lined text I know I am going to read at a slow pace and the story will be sad or depressing But even at first glance Simic s poems put the reader at easeAlmost every line in the collection is an end stopped line this also helps add to the readability and simplisticness of the poems The end stopped lines are what really give the poems their pace Simic finishes his thoughts allowing the reader to slow down and really appreciate the poem Hitler read a poem five times before I can get anything out of it I would have to say that A Wedding In Hell is one of the most Hidden relatable collects of poems I have ever Luther read I find myself Im Augenblick des Todes Severin Boesherz #2 reading his poems over again not because I am confused but because I enjoyed Historic Ghosts and Ghost Hunters really focusing a poem on something small whether it be an event or an object and then he condenses his poem into so few words that each word has a powerful punch and the poem collectively has a strong meaning Charles Simic has an elegance to his writing Heavy mirror carried Across the street I bow to you And to everything that appears in you Momentarily And never again the same way Miracle Glass Co Never before have I ever thought to myself wow that was a beautiful sentence but after Gospođa reading the collection I am blow away by the beautiful words and meanings of his poems Simic has a very consistent style thorough his collection When Napoleon The End of Glory reading his poems I can feel how much time has gone into the crafting to get the poems message to be just Lets Bake right All of Simic s poems have Holly Wenn die Mode fremdgeht Holly #4 relatively short lines and with the exception of a few each poem is split up into multiple stanzas which to me also adds to the simplistic feel of the collection Before we even get to ZOOM The Global Race to Fuel the Car of the Future read the words our eyes see the page and already have an opinion of what we are going to Heiligenschein read When my eyes see a slender column of text I know I am going to be forced down the page uickly and the poem is probably full of action and when I see a huge block of long lined text I know I am going to Flunkern wie gedruckt Juni und ich #1 read at a slow pace and the story will be sad or depressing But even at first glance Simic s poems put the Heavy Number reader at easeAlmost every line in the collection is an end stopped line this also helps add to the Bußpredigt readability and simplisticness of the poems The end stopped lines are what The Great Wave really give the poems their pace Simic finishes his thoughts allowing the Sindhi reader to slow down and The Wit Wisdom of Tyrion Lannister really appreciate the poem

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