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20 June 2012

E is for: EMOTIONS OF POETRY

Pinamar, Argentina

Poetry represents the universal language of sweet love, for no rhyme is necessary to express its tender and deep emotions among paragraphs written from joyful tears.

The three most powerful words of poetry that any human can whisper or utter to another are…"I love you".

Love epitomizes the ultimate authority of the heart, for every manuscript created under the hand of the writer is born from emotions of poetry.

Preserving the very essence of his thoughts through silent dreams, the words of a poet become like books in a library…storing within collections of his work for others to enjoy.

Impassioned with the gift to decorate ordinary paper with words of beauty, a poet feels deep love to touch the emotions of a stranger through the art of poetry.

Emotions of poetry are really the greatest joys of a poet's life, for with every smile that welcomes his work, his motivation to continue writing intensifies through unseen tears.

*Photo provided by/copyright my dear friend ~ Nelieta at Nelmitravel

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54 comments:

  1. Oh my, Andy.

    I guess any of us who enjoy writing can relate to these beautiful words...

    You certainly have a way of getting right to the heart of the matter!

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    1. Dear Rocky Mountain Woman,
      As always, you are so sweet and kind to this humble poet. I am so grateful for every word written from your heart. Thank you so very much.

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  2. Beautiful, Andy! Yes, the words "I love you" are words that everyone yearns to hear. And definitely poetry is a good vehicle for expressing such deep emotion.

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    1. Dear Mary,
      Many thanks for the kind words. Yes, I agree with 100% with everything you said. I do appreciate it.

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  3. Andy it's beautiful.. but I've said that so many times already.. One day, I will find another word to describe your words!

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    1. My dear Crystal,
      One word from you about my humble work is worth many treasures in the night (smile). Thank you again for your very kind sentiments.

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  4. Andy you can really put such beauty into your words. I am always waiting to stop over and visit. You are an amazing writer!

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    1. Dear Anne,
      Thank you so much for your beautiful remarks. I am grateful my dear and sweet friend.

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  5. Bingo! Always on the heart of the matter. Very well expressed Andy.

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    1. My sweet Janu,
      Thank you for all the support you give to this humble heart of mine. I am so grateful for your friendship (smile).

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  6. Yes, as a Spanish poet said "Poetry is a weapon loaded with future".

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    1. Dear Leovi,
      Many thanks for the visit. Please know it was greatly appreciated.

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  7. Beautifully expressed sir!! I completely agree to what you've said in the post :)
    Poetry is indeed the easiest way to touch somebody's heart and create ripples.

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    1. Dear Swarnali,
      Your words are also very beautiful. Thank you so very much.

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    1. My dear Nilanjana,
      I am so happy you agreed with my humble work. Thank you for your kindness.

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  9. Very true Andy.. no one can express love as a poet does with beautiful verses..
    You are really gifted...
    Thanks for dropping by at Food Mazaa with your sweet words of appreciation.

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    1. Dear Shobha,
      Many thanks to you for your kind sentiments. I am grateful for the visit my friend.

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  10. Yes, dear Andy, you are right.
    Shakespeare rightly had said:
    'Never durst poet touch a pen to write
    Until his ink were tamper'd with Love's sighs;
    O! then his lines would ravish savage ears,
    And plant in tyrants mild humilty.'
    (Love's Labours Lost)
    -Portia

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    1. My dear Portia,
      Great quote my friend. Thanks for sharing such greatness with my humble heart.

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  11. Andy, you have brought such beautiful reflections to my heart and soul with your poetry. Sometimes I can barely contain it.
    Sending love,
    Leah

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    1. Oh dear Leah,
      You write with such deep emotions that my soul is touched with invisible tears (smile). Thank for the beautiful compliment my friend.

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  12. So true Andy. Poetry infuses the world with love. It's nice to honor it like you have. Enjoyed this.

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    1. My lovely Myrna,
      Thank you for the encouragement and affection. The honor is mine to call you....friend.

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  13. This was a little different direction from you. I love it! You have a gift with words, for sure!

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    1. My dear Anita,
      You are so very kind to me. I am thankful for your friendship and beautiful remarks.

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  14. A very clever post, Andy - you expressed so well what makes a poet tick. Your poems of course are so full of emotion - it's impossible not to feel strongly when you read them.

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    1. My friend Corinne,
      Great words from your heart to mine. You know I am a man full of deep emotions and love. I am very grateful for your kindness my dear.

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  15. Andy, you always share such beautiful and heartfelt wisdom with us! It is a pleasure to visit your blog.

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    1. Dear Pat,
      Thank you for those lovely words. I am moved and touched by your sweet and kind sentiments. Thank you so much.

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  16. Hi Andy
    How are you? I haven't been around much as have been pretty occupied. But how can I stay away from your blog. Your gift of words uplift the loneliest soul. There is nothing more profoundly beautiful than words uttered of love in poetry. And you have that gift. Thank you for being you.

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    1. My dearest Angie,
      It is so good to hear from you again. Thank you also for those kind remarks. They mean very much to me knowing they came from you (smile). Thank you so much.

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  17. Have to agree with your sentiments about poetry. Well said, Andy!

    =)

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    1. Dear Sue,
      I have to agree with you. Emotions in poetry are very real and personal. Thank you so much for the visit.

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  18. very well said, indeed!
    sending you big smiles that welcome your work!

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    1. Dear Splendid Little Stars,
      How kind you are are. In return I welcome your smile and your beautiful thoughts. They mean more to me than you will ever know. Thank you so very much.

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  19. Andy, I left you a little ribbon on my blog at The Heart OF The Writer if you're interested! Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us and your poetry as well! Very beautiful!

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    1. My dear Crystal,
      Thank you so much for the kind gift. I am grateful my friend. You are also very talented and sweet (smile).

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  20. Lovely and mesmerizing! But I think the three most powerful words are I TRUST YOU...!!

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    1. My dear Sneha,
      I agree with the trust factor, but i do believe we fall in love first and then trust after. Falling in love is so sweet that trust becomes automatic. Thank you for the kind words.

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  21. Poetry really does help explain emotions... I prefer when it goes farther than just the straight forward words, as you do. :-)

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    1. My dear Rachel,
      How sweet are your written words. I have to agree with you 100%. Thank you also for the kind words about my humble work.

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  22. What a lovely essay about poetry, and about what expressing your emotions through this beautiful medium means to you!

    And the breathtaking photo by your friend Nelieta is a perfect accompaniment!

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    1. Dear Laloofah,
      Many thanks for the kind remarks. Yes, poetry filled with romance and love means more to me than simple words can explain. Thank you again my friend.

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  23. Very lovely Andy. Some have a hard time saying those three little words. But I think those people know it must be felt or it is meaningless.~Ames

    P.S. Andy...don't let those lizards in Florida scare you away! :)

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    1. My dear Ames,
      You know I had to laugh about the lizard comment. Thank you for the kind words and for always supporting my humble work.

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  24. Thank you Andy. I had not thought of the umph behind writing as being ones emotions. But I think you are right as I look at my writings. Even what I don't call poetry is flavored by the mood (emotions) that I am in when I wrote it. Some I don't publish because I don't like the emotions that I am displaying.

    A thought; could we call these 'emotions' by the name, 'muse?'
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    BTW, my readers call me on writing what they think of as being 'dark.' This happened on my Sunday Jim's Little Blog.
    Also -- I haven't felt like writing a Sunday poem yet either. Emotions there?
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    1. Dear Jim,
      Thank you for stopping by and leaving such an interesting comment. The victory for the poet is to pen his thoughts. His reward is when the reader likes it. Thanks again.

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  25. Oh my. How right you are! Sonnets and love songs...nothing expresses emotions like beautiful, melodic words.

    Something you have mastered exquisitely.

    Thank you for this excellent link!

    A+

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    1. My beautiful Jenny,
      I can always count on you to make me smile. Thank you for the beautiful remarks my friend. I am most grateful.

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  26. such a beautiful blog...... i love the way u express love and emotion through words... keep it up looking forward for more

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    1. Dear Catherine,
      Thank you for your beautiful remarks. I really appreciate them. Hope to see you again soon.

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  27. Hi Andy,
    This visit is long overdue! Thank you for breathing life into my photo. I am deeply honoured. You are so right...love makes the world go round!

    http://nelmitravel.com

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    1. My dear Nelieta,
      The honor was mine to use the photo. I am so thankful that you said yes. I really appreciate each one of your kind words my friend. Thank you again.

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