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Table Of Contents

Make me a Butterfly
Now only I
Loves senses
Contradictions
Te whisperers
Goodbye Valparaiso
A heart in anger
Just for a smile
Passion spent
Reflections
Te Fish eyed furry Framper
Sad spirit of the pool
Servants
For Christine
Truly, it’s all lies
Te secret glade
Vermin
A child in time
Eternity
Te death of Eos
What love wants
Lost
Just two years
When did you last
Reste der schwärzesten Nacht
Time
Savage love
My addiction
Now put away
Whatever
WHATEVER!!
Fred
Funny love
Love speaks
Te social network
All that rhymes with love
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All that Rhymes with Love

All that Rhymes with Love

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Poetry is an ageless form of art. It speaks to our soul, gives rise to a myriad of emotions, and lays a foundation of intellectual stimulation that lasts long after we finish reading. Alan Gilbert delivers such fine poetry in his collection, All that Rhymes with Love.Influenced not only by the poets of the Romantic Era, but also more contemporary writers such as Phillip Larkin, Gilbert has developed a unique way of exploring evocative poetry in his range and style. Focusing on the main theme of love, Gilbert explores the incredible range of feelings from joy to sorrow associated with this all-encompassing emotion. Using lively, fun language, Gilbert creates an incredible tribute to love in all its varied stages. In “Make Me a Butterfly,” he shows how this delicate, winged creature personifies a devoted suitor waiting for his love to realize the truth of his feelings for her. “Loves Senses” takes a delightful turn in describing the different sensory aspects of love while “Reflections” focuses on an imagined conversation between a man and the mirror over his lover.Selected to appeal to a wide diversity of ages and tastes, the poetry in All that Rhymes with Love will challenge and inspire you to explore the most basic of all human emotions: love.
Poetry is an ageless form of art. It speaks to our soul, gives rise to a myriad of emotions, and lays a foundation of intellectual stimulation that lasts long after we finish reading. Alan Gilbert delivers such fine poetry in his collection, All that Rhymes with Love.Influenced not only by the poets of the Romantic Era, but also more contemporary writers such as Phillip Larkin, Gilbert has developed a unique way of exploring evocative poetry in his range and style. Focusing on the main theme of love, Gilbert explores the incredible range of feelings from joy to sorrow associated with this all-encompassing emotion. Using lively, fun language, Gilbert creates an incredible tribute to love in all its varied stages. In “Make Me a Butterfly,” he shows how this delicate, winged creature personifies a devoted suitor waiting for his love to realize the truth of his feelings for her. “Loves Senses” takes a delightful turn in describing the different sensory aspects of love while “Reflections” focuses on an imagined conversation between a man and the mirror over his lover.Selected to appeal to a wide diversity of ages and tastes, the poetry in All that Rhymes with Love will challenge and inspire you to explore the most basic of all human emotions: love.

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Publish date: Mar 4, 2010
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