Introduction to AWPHUL Poetry
By Kristopher Ivie
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Published: Dec. 15, 2012
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AWPHUL poetry refers to a style of poetry that will likely appeal to those who currently don't like poetry. It isn't as limited in form as traditional poetry and still maintains poetic elements that are often abandoned in contemporary poetry. This is a short introduction to AWPHUL poetry with 4 poems that gained praise from those who don't like poetry but failed to impress the "poetry judges".
AWPHUL poetry is Articulation With the PHonetic Use of Language. It often employs rhythmical patterns that create a musical flow or quality to the work. It is not limited to simple meter and can use complex meter or even varying meter. It isn't random or off-beat like some contemporary poetry and fills the gap between the formalist and the contemporary poets. It attempts to stand out from the "accepted" poetry market that has essentially been rejected by the main stream. It seeks to reconnect poetry to the masses in a way that revives the art without trying to redefine poetry as a whole.
This book is an introduction to the concept of AWPHUL poetry and provides 4 poems illustrating some of it's forms. It also provides some of the basic rules of the AWPHUL style.
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