Sunday Pleasure.

Anaphora : In writing or speech, the deliberate repetition of the first part of the sentence in order to achieve an artistic effect is known as Anaphora. (want to know more)

I got to know about this word in one of my Intro to Poetry lesson.

Here is my attempt at anaphora.

I am writing about the pleasure I have on Sundays.

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Sunday pleasure

It is a day with no alarms
It is a day with late starts
It is a day I sweep my room
It is a day without gloom
It is a day to see flowers in the garden
It is a day I beg their pardon
It is a day I click the photos of blooms
It is a day I try macros and zooms
It is a day to catch up with my family
It is a day I act a little silly
It is a day spent in leisure
It is a day that gives me a pleasure

I hope you will like my post. Please do share your views. I am looking forward to it.

Happy Sunday!

 

 

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11 thoughts on “Sunday Pleasure.

            1. Yes..that is so true! Thank you so much for sharing this lovely information 🙂 I am very much inspired to explore this writing form now. 🙂

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  1. Learning to use the basics is always important, eh? My humble advice to you is that you don’t get so caught up in the technicality of the form that you let it interfere with the flow of the poem. Consider the following adjustments. They keep the anaphora of “a day” and also keeps the rhyme scheme, but they add a little less stilted (ie more natural) speech rhythm and –hopefully– conveys the same info.

    It’s a day to see flowers in gardens
    a day to beg their pardon
    and click the photos of blooms;
    a day to try macros and zooms.
    It is a day to visit family
    a day for acting silly
    a day to be spent in leisure.
    It’s a day that gives me a pleasure.

    You’re on the right tack. Keep it up. Salute!

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words and feedback. 🙂 I like your point of view and the poem. I am glad you have corrected it. I will keep this in mind and implement in my next posts. Thank you so much. Happy Sunday! 🙂

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