L'œuvre de Nature (Introduction)

L'œuvre de Nature (Introduction)

A Poem by Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)
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PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU READ ANY OTHER POEM IN THE L'œuvre de Nature collection!

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This is just the introduction to my collection of poems called Luvre de Nature.  Some of the poems featured in the collection may contain words and phrases often used throught out the testiment i.e. for ex."filled with the brutality that leaks from everfailing human society/nature".  Though it may seem that I am being monotonous by writing several poems of the same idea, it is clearly just a collection of many different accounts about a fictious place that we dream about and might visualize when we think of a "perfect" place.  I got the idea to put several poems in one collection when numerous poems that I wrote seemed different, but describe such a place of fantasy.  In French Luvre de Nature, translates to The Works of Nature, which tells you that the collection will emphasize the role of nature and exaggerate different ideas that nature withholds.

             - "Live Long and Prosper"  

 

© 2010 Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)


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Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)
Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)

Where The Wild Things Are, CA



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just started writing poetry, a way of art to express myself, to release my emotions I enjoy the works of Walt Whitman, E.E. Cummings, Langston Hughes, W.E.B. Dubois, William Ernest Henley, Ernest H.. more..

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