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|A Brief Review Of Michael Nwagbegbe’s Poem, “the High-breasted Hills” by daprofo: 7:01am On Sep 23, 2014|
I like this poem a ‘whole whole’ lot. I like it because I like a lot of things about it. It is imagistic; it is laden with the touch of poetic grandeur flowing out of beautiful and novel metaphors. It reminds me of some of our modern poets, their themes and their well developed movements, howbeit differently. The likes of Derek Walcot, Tade Ipadeola etc. Thus, there is an awareness and understanding of self, voice, and mission by the poet as exemplified in this poem. What a startling beginning, “The high-breasted hills!” — a sensuous flow of personification, and yet a grand metaphor. What can be more imagistic than the lines that follow, “Show up/ In the distance.” In my mind’s eye, I can see the hills. But first, I need not jump into concluding that these are just ordinary hills. The poet may be speaking symbolically.
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|Re: A Brief Review Of Michael Nwagbegbe’s Poem, “the High-breasted Hills” by Unionised(m): 7:02am On Sep 23, 2014|
post it here.
Can't be that long, can it?
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