Poetry comparisons on war

Poets were invited to describe the prompts that gave rise to their poems.

Poetry comparisons on war


Antoine March 27, Thirty-five years ago, the word "Watergate" was being re-Webstered from meaning "a snazzy apartment building in Washington, D. Half of the current staff of Motor Trend hadn't even been born yet yes, Angus, we're getting old.

That year,would also mark the final moment for decades in which America's streets would be prowled by all three current-gen versions of the most iconic-ever ponycars: View 24 Photos Frankly, we thought we'd never see the tire smoke from the ponycar wars again.

Defying the oddsmakers, though, America's three trick ponies are back. And they're back big. Those days of yore are indeed long-gone -- but only because the new incarnations of the Camaro, Challenger, and Mustang are so far evolved from their famed predecessors they're recognizable almost by name only.

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Sure, the old cars looked cool and made lots of noise and got the girls, and some could even lay down a righteous longitudinal blast when the road arrowed straight. But none could match these current machines for blistering speed, cornering ability, braking power, driveability, reliability, and comfort.

I mean, when I was 16, we didn't have fancy computers to make our cars run like winged chariots, and we didn't have in-car iPod adaptors unless you count the Tijuana Brass on eight-trackand we sure didn't have You whippersnappers today don't know how good you've got it. What remains utterly unchanged, however, is a degree of nameplate loyalty and fan mania the likes of which might be matched by the current March Madness B-ball tourney.

After all, Camaro versus Mustang versus Challenger is deeply ingrained into the American psyche, the four-wheeled equivalent of the Hatfields versus the McCoys versus Doesn't really matter which car we deem the best or what the numbers say -- the feuding factions will stand behind their favorites like a third-grader defending his mom against the schoolyard rabble.

Poetry comparisons on war

Might even be a few bloody noses thrown in if the hostilities escalate to the level of, "Yeah? Well, your Challenger's so fatSee also the pages.

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Issue 15 celebrates that perennial feature of poetry workshops and courses: The prompt. Poets were invited to describe the prompts that gave rise to their poems. Poetry vs. Prose What is prose and what is poetry? Well, we hear both forms often in literature, but little do we know about their key differences.

Contrary to what the majority of readers may say, it is still very important to discern how to distinguish one from the other, as much as it is important to know how to.

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