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Anatomy of a Lover

She has hair like satin cobwebs

She has eyes like broken hieroglyphics
She has eyes like gothic poetry

She has teeth like ordered tombstones
She has teeth holding every kiss in marble scripture… 314 more words

Poetry

Trump talk: Making hyperbole great again

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

He rambles, he blunders, he sensationalises, but it’s hard to deny that Donald Trump has a stocked rhetorical toolbox, full of strategies like “truthful hyperbole.” 936 more words

Money Matters

A Choice of Eternities

“Heaven or hell? Which would you prefer?”

“Is that a trick question? Or are you asking if I’m religious?”

“No no. This has nothing to do with religion. 292 more words

Fiction

Hyperbole

A bumblebee had a dreaming girl dreaming
The garden God’s playground in backyard,
A shy poet woman now dead in her flowers.

A not so shy poet would spread his dreams… 69 more words

A Poem A Day By A.J.Rao

The recipe's regime

Our television streams
Authoritative memes
Mixing with reality,
Their cleverest of schemes,

With everyone in teams,
And reprimands in reams,
We’re kneaded with brutality,
Flipped within our dreams. 49 more words

The LORD Your God in Your Midst: Structure

Gentle Reader,

You might be wondering if we’re ever going to get around to actually discussing the book of Zephaniah. Take heart! I know it’s unusual to spend so much time¬†introducing and contextualizing a section of Scripture that’s only three chapters, but we won’t walk away from this series with a complete understanding of the book without this background work. 1,026 more words

Writing

Haiku Poetics: Hyperbole

Hyperbole. From the Greek: Hyper: over; bole, throw. A figure of speech intended to overthrow the mind of the complacent audience?

Exaggeration.

Surplus energy. 234 more words

Hyperbole