Love Poems BiographySource(google.com.pk)
Comment: Poetry, good poetry that is, bites and stings. It arouses the senses. It burns a hole in the brain. It stimulates the imagination. Jon’s style was well suited to his thoughts, which are never subsidized by nice disquisitions, decorated by sparkling conceits, elevated by ambitious sentences, or variegated by far-sought learning. He pays no court to the passions; he excites neither surprise nor admiration; he always understands himself, and his readers always understand him: the pursuer of Jon wants little previous knowledge; it will be sufficient that he is acquainted with common words and common things; he is neither required to mount elevations nor to explore profundities; his passage is always on a level, along solid ground, without asperities, without obstruction.
Jon London's rigorous blend of instinct, insight and eloquence are the timeless quality of greatness. i have rightly described him as 'the kind of poet” most poets wait a lifetime for.' It moves like a light through the murk of human motivations, where the erotic and the lethal exist in such ambiguous interplay beyond imagination with a simple certainty of phrase: no high emotive words, no staged emotions.
Like the threads of yarn in an argyle sock that crisscross, intersect and link forming a unique, colorful pattern, he has contributed a glimpse of his writing experiences to make this site worthy of those who are interested in writing and are novel.
As a distinct loner living in a European circle, he produced an idiosyncratic style marked by epigram, dreamy landscapes, terse phrasing, and incisive images of all the things he want to present.
His poem creates a world that somehow touches the reader. That world is built of images that come to the reader through vivid sense details and the music of vivacious language.
Strong, accurate, interesting words, well-placed, make the reader feel the writer’s emotion and intentions. Choosing the right words for their meaning, their connotations, their sounds, even the look of them, makes a poem memorable. The words become guides to the feelings that lie between the lines. And he has got the ability to hit the right word at the right place.
Simple is better. Clean words with clear meaning, Direct to the point. I especially like poems that set up the reader for an expected ending, and then deny him or her that ending. I like poems that give the reader a kick, or bite or scratch at the end. Life is like that. Things never turn out quite the way we expect them to. Life is always different than our expectations of it. That's what makes it so damn interesting.
It's easy to write in a predictable way. It's easy to write such that even your love or your happy life knows what's coming next. I can't even stand to read such stuff. I must confess, I find a lot of that around in print. Likewise, it's easy to write in a lofty obscure way - a way so vague and confusing that even you don't know what it means. It's easy to throw some words on a page and indent them in an odd and peculiar manner. It's easy to say one knows how to write and Jon knows how to.
His Love Poems speak about the passion, desire and vulnerability of being in love. Poems about true love and saying I love you. When you can share your life with another, the whole world is completely different.
The popular saying “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, ”, is the basis for the lesson, which asks me to analyze the features of a his work then create my own poems based on the original model. By exploring sample poems and their parodies, i focus on the language and style of the original poet, all in the process of playing with poetry.
Effective writing in the workplace is an essential skill. I mean, every one knows Jon is a good poet, but this - this is great. You have just crafted the perfect analogy it’s punchy, it’s tongue-in-cheek, and most of all, it’s just so clever! .