Orange & More Awphul Poetry
Over 50 poems dealing with a wide range of subjects. Orange is the color of controversy and many of these poems deal with social issues. The book also unveils the AWPHUL style which challenges the CRAP (Contemporary Regurgitations Applauded as Poetry) being passed off as poetry by the Dung Beetle Society that is modern poetry. AWPHUL is an acronym. More
AWPHUL Poetry is Articulation With the PHonetic Use of Language. It doesn't fit in with most modern poetry and attempts to reinvent the use of verse. The book is titled Orange because the color orange often symbolizes controversy. Not only does the color invoke varying emotions but it has haunted many poets who have ever dreamed of rhyming the word. There are 50 poems (+ some extras) in this book as well as information on AWPHUL poetry. Some of the poems in this book cover social issues that are often surrounded by controversy. Those who are easily offended may find content that they disagree with in this book.
The number of poems in this book has forced me to use sections for the NCX table of content navigation. To navigate to individual poems there is a TOC (table of contents) at the beginning of the book with links to each poem.