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poetic

, poetical
1. of or relating to poetry
2. characteristic of poetry, as in being elevated, sublime, etc.
3. characteristic of a poet
4. recounted in verse
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Salvatore waxes poetically about Julie, his white fluffy love, and while he struggles with his conscious about stealing, love must overcome.
It manages to veer between laughout- loud funny and poetically insightful.
The pencil, ink and collage illustrations are gentle and memorable and capture each month as poetically as the text.
Okereke weaves a poetically evocative story, accessible and moving.
More poetically known as the 'Stairway to Heaven', the flight is a daunting test for holidaymakers on the canals, who face a four-hour passage through the locks.
Each month people from all backgrounds come to our open-mic nights and pour their hearts out poetically.
People may talk poetically of white flannels and the sound of leather on willow, but for me, watching people attempting to eat Scotch eggs with gloved hands still remains the true signs of summer's return" Actor Michael Simkins "Even the greatest numpty in the land knows that we are up the financial creek.
She will be discussing her latest work, Hiroshima: After Aftermath, which is an attempt to visually and poetically address the magnitude of what disappeared as a result of and what remains after the dropping of the Atom bomb in 1945.
The author is able to describe beauty and horror vividly and almost poetically, but not as graphically as most modern authors would--and yet scenes are strikingly real.
Poetically and politically complicated without being alienating or pretentious, The Calling would, in a perfect world, be a creative template for wannabe stars to follow.
Casey is that star of the Mudville League who was poetically immortalized for striking out and leaving his team and young fans high and dry.