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Janette's Cat Book Blog
|Posted on February 16, 2013 at 5:23 PM||comments (0)|
We humans have a unique relationship with cats, and our beloved domestic felines come from one of the most powerful and deadly lines of predators to ever walk the earth. If you are a cat lover or are intrigued by cats, I believe you will enjoy my new poem written in tribute to them which I named:
|Posted on March 30, 2012 at 10:38 AM||comments (1)|
Coming soon is my new poem "Mortal Enemy, Immortal Friend" for cat lovers that reveals the former dark side of our relationship with them! Per my penchant for happy endings, it will end on a positive note. I will be using the alternating rhyme scheme of an Elizabethan sonnet of 14 lines.
My new poem is now released for everyone to read on my website. The final title is "Beloved Cat: Once Mortal Enemy, Now Immortal Friend" (click to read). I hope people like it!
|Posted on February 1, 2012 at 12:20 AM||comments (100)|
While I admire many ethics in world religions and went to Christian churches as a child,
I am foremost a humanist. I recently wrote a ten verse (aka stanza) poem titled "Spark" for idealists and humanists, and I hope it will be well received.
Since childhood, I have found contentment in the great sense of humanity that shines throughout the works of William Shakespeare, so I decided to write my poem in the iambic pentameter metrical form that he often used. Iambic pentameter poetry is pleasant to hear and recite, and I chose an "aabb" rhyme scheme for each verse. Poetry is very enjoyable to write because it is creative and challenging, and I encourage everyone to try it.
Webster's Dictionary defines humanism as "1. A philosophy or attitude centered chiefly on the values, interests, and potential of human beings. 2. The shift to secular concerns that resulted from the study of Greek and Roman classics during the Renaissance."
It's very true that humanity's continuing departure from supernatural ideas has led to a greater sense of self-awareness and responsibility in our natural world of reality. Now that we have come so much closer to that essential self-awareness, I hope we will use it to build better global societies that aim to better celebrate and enhance each human life on Earth.
I've published the poem on Amazon for 99 cents. The poem's first verse/stanza of ten is:
Oh Spark, made from your
father’s guiding force
And, aye, your mother’s most
fertile life source,
Of magic ‘lixir, you light up
Whenever you display love,
peace and mirth.
To read the next nine verses, you can download the poem below; please kindly give it a review if you like it. Thank you!