Bijay Kant Dubey


The Definition Of Poetry


Poetry scholastic, pedantic and medievalistic,
Poetry classical and theological,
Poetry metaphysical, moralistic and spiritual,
Poetry romantic, spontaneous, natural, imaginative, lyrical, fanciful and loveful,
Poetry historical, mythical, mystical,
Poetry archival, musemological, architectural and sculpturesque,
Poetry full of wit, irony, humour and satiric tone,
Poetry confessional, sexual and slantingly,
Poetry biographical and autobiographical,
Poetry urban and pastoral,
Poetry modern, modernistic and post-modernistic,
Poetry wordy, verbose, oral and written,
Poetry imagistic, impressionistic, linguistic and photographic,
Poetry pithy, witty, caustic, sarcastic and sardonic,
Poetry therapeutic and cathartic,
Poetry dramatic, narrative, novel, analytical, experimental and exploratory,
Poetry prosaic and poetical, with the rhymes or rhythmless,
Poetry shorter, succinct, syncoptic and brief,
Poetry laden, weighty and syllabic,
Poetry stanzaic and paragraphed,
Poetry poetical and non-poetical,
Poetry interdisciplinary,
Poetry poetry

Submitted: Friday, August 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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