Poetry is one example of an author, poet, or any writer for that matter, to express one's own views or opinions about a specific topic or reminisce about things from the past such as childhood, family, weddings, or other events. This is not excluding fictitious writings and short stories. Poetry is definitely considered creative writing for these reasons, and many more. Creative writing can be anything one's imagination or mind wants to show them, or allow them to write or share with other readers a...
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...ents that define poetry as being literature. Image and tone are two of the elements found in poetry, once again classifying it as literary work. It is obvious that A Night Without Armor by Jewel Kilcher, is a body of written works of language, creative writing, including basic elements of literature which categorizes and aids in the classification of poetry as being considered modern literature.
"Literature." The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language. 4th ed. 2000
Jewel Kilcher. "Camouflage." A Night Without Armor. New York, NY: Harper Collins, 1999. 43.
Jewel Kilcher. "Cautious." A Night Without Armor. New York, NY: Harper Collins, 1999. 18.
Jewel Kilcher. "Dylan." A Night Without Armor. New York, NY: Harper Collins, 1999. 23.
Jewel Kilcher. "Sara Said." A Night Without Armor. New York, NY: Harper Collins, 1999. 35.
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