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1(description/language/scene) poético(beauty/moment) lleno de poesíathere was poetic justice in it — se hizo justicia
- Most of his writing has been in XILOTL and is often poetry or poetic prose.
- His prose is rhythmical and often poetic; individual sections contain carefully balanced and readily memorable phrases.
- An important point that can be made about Shahid's poetry is that it drew as much upon English poetic traditions as it did on Urdu literary forms.
- Lyrics should be poetic, concise, imaginative, theologically strong and expressive of worship to God.
- In the world of language and poetic rhythm, Tipperary is a name made in heaven.
- Lyrically poetic and understated, this album has a churchly feel that makes for perfect nighttime chillout music.
- Extravagant designs that look theatrical, dramatic and poetic are given heavy emphasis.
- You have the space to be creative, poetic, artistic and sensitive.
- Rather than abjuring claims to poetic vision, her poetry pretends not to aspire to authority even as it quietly seizes it.
- She also wrote a book called Music of Speech about the relationship between poetic rhythm and speech which probably influenced her approach to ritual.
- Although similar from track to track, the lyrics are poetic and occasionally touch on more meaningful issues within society.
- The thundering guitars, melodic vocals and poetic lyrics seemed to transcend classification.
- Besides having a tune, these words are actually imaginative and poetic.
- He plays this raw, emotional indie-folk with poetic, symbolic lyrics.
- A poetic, provocative choreographer, her work continually challenges aesthetic conventions.
- Their argument was that a whole new set of poetic strategies was needed to keep poetry alive in modern times.
- The lyrics are passionate and poetic, the musical arrangements full of juxtaposition and surprise.
- Those who knew nothing of the poetry knew of the face in the least poetic of contexts when they opened a cigar box.
- His technical facility is astounding but, more importantly, he is a sensitive, poetic artist.
- In time, he became better known as a sculptor with a strong poetic bent, rather than as a poet in the traditional sense.
- Such feelings become ‘embodied’ for me in the poetic form, in its sounds and rhythms.
- All aesthetic expression has a poetic quality and is essentially eulogistic.
- For poets and those who read poetry, the poetic form can be relatively obscure as a discipline and as an art.
- The writing is rhythmic and poetic and the characters so real that you long to know what became of them in later life.
- Adam invites into our midst a deeply lyrical, sorrowful and unforgettable poetic voice.
- The sight is beautifully poetic and expresses the leitmotiv tension between heaven and earth.
- Anger always makes for good poetic verse, so pick up thy pens and write. I expect to see verses two, three and possibly four in the coming weeks.
- The rhythmic quality and easy flow of the poetic forms allow the reader to feel the life in these characters in a powerful way.
- I then used their poetic forms and wrote about a third of the book in that style of verse.
- These are the very veins of poetic stuff; poetry which runs all false and true.
- Its poetic quality lies not in ornamentation but in rhythm.
- Traditional in form, her poetry treats primarily romantic themes with elevated, poetic language.
- The tunes are creations of spellbinding joy and the lyrics poetic enough to turn men with steel hearts to jelly.
- And here he was representing one of history's most ruthless dictators as a dreamy, soft, poetic, kind of chap.
- His songs are catchy, his lyrics poetic and probing, and he is handsome.
- It could be set in the east, but it wouldn't be as poignant and poetic and elegiacal.
- In the process of discovering and translating Hebrew poetry a Russian poetic community was formed.
- I love dialogue that sounds beautiful; dialogue that is lyrical and poetic.
- The numerous space and controlled organisations of poetic colours lend subtlety to his part collage-part paintings.
- The beginnings of any kind of valid poetry or poetic stirrings in Australia date into the present century.
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