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The Corner – Enigmatic Elegy

Eligaic couplets are the focus of The Corner today as a mysterious fog rises up to fill the air bringing mythology to the fore with the Ferryman carrying souls of the newly deceased across the rivers Styx and Acheron, their fate … Continue reading

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The Corner – Happily Haiku

Continuing with the exploration of Haiku structure, The Corner provided the ideal place to develop several short, theme-related stanzas. These are combined forming a single thought on the topic of love. A challenging aspect of poetic construction reflecting perhaps the challenge … Continue reading

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The Corner – Shine on Water

Taking time out from the realities of life to explore the hidden structure of Haiku, The Corner looks at a different way to construct thoughts through this interesting poetic form. Shine on Water The moonlight’s rays make Your face to … Continue reading

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