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Poems of Puncture

by Amanda McKittrick Ros

Step into a world of poetic peculiarity with "Poems of Puncture" by Amanda McKittrick Ros, where the boundaries of traditional verse are shattered, and a whimsical journey of poetic adventure awaits. In "Poems of Puncture," Amanda McKittrick Ros, the eccentric Irish wordsmith, unveils a collection of verses that defies convention and embraces the audacious. With her trademark melodramatic flair and penchant for elaborate language, Ros takes readers on a poetic odyssey that defies the norms of traditional verse. In this captivating anthology, each poem is a vibrant tapestry woven with ornate metaphors, daring imagery, and unique linguistic choices. Ros's unapologetic exploration of language breaks free from the constraints of conventional poetry, inviting readers to venture into an enchanting realm of creative expression. As readers immerse themselves in the whimsy and wonder of "Poems of Puncture," they will encounter a kaleidoscope of emotions and themes, from love and loss to nature's splendor and the human condition. Each verse is a puncture of poetic brilliance, offering a profound reflection of Ros's distinct philosophy on the power of words to provoke thought and evoke emotions. While Amanda McKittrick Ros's unconventional style may have bewildered some during her time, "Poems of Puncture" stands as a celebration of her literary audacity and unique voice. This collection is a delightful tapestry of poetic ingenuity that will enthrall poetry enthusiasts, leaving them spellbound by Ros's unparalleled ability to puncture the boundaries of traditional verse. Embark on a journey of linguistic extravagance and imaginative poetry as Amanda McKittrick Ros's "Poems of Puncture" delights and challenges readers in equal measure. Whether you are a seasoned poetry lover or a curious seeker of literary curiosities, this anthology promises an unforgettable experience of poetic punctures that will linger in your heart and mind long after the final verse.

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English

Original Language

English

Published In

1911

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Amanda McKittrick Ros (1860-1939) was an Irish writer who is best known for her over-written, "purple" prose and poetry. Her works were not read widely, and she is often considered to be one of the wo...

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