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Of woe's opulence

Of woe's opulence

Where there is bliss there there is woe

by V.T.R.Vittal (14 reviews, add another)
Type: Print Book
Genre: Poetry
Language: English
Price: Rs.188.00 + shipping
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Description of "Of woe's opulence"

The book is a collection of sorrow poetry penned with woeful emotion. The verses reflect the thoughts of a broken lover, an ambitious whose dreams fade away and an idler wandering pointless as a cloud. The reader will also be enlightened with the knowledge of the cause of woe.

About the author(s)

The poet is a 16 year old student of Sri Chaitanya college doing his intermediate 1st year. He started those rhythmical curves with his pen from the age of 13. His poetry bloomed fully with flamboyant hue in the age of 15, it was also the hardest period of his life.

Book Details
Publisher: 
Pothi
Number of Pages: 
73
Dimensions: 
7 inch x 9 inch
Interior Pages: Black & White
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)
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Of woe's opulence truly signigies opulence by Adam Smith
6 July 2010 - 11:31am

For many days have searched near and low addicted my this boy poetry, for a book of his own. And now I behold the spectacular collection of divine lines and human feeling. I reccomend all the readers to read in between these lines for the poetry this fellow writes is partly secret. Vittal V.T.R I have already been bestowed the chance of reading this young man's poetry. The compositions of the gloomy poetry here turns into prose of heaven and strikes to the reader's heart a multitude of emotions to ponder upon and wonder aloud is life really so? Once again a very fine write from you my dear friend.

Re: Of woe's opulence by Pamela.16
6 July 2010 - 10:58am

The book is a collection of precious poetry which will one day make it onto he mouths of savants, onto school text books and university guys doing phd will do a research on vittal's poetry hehe i know i exaggerated but mein gott i've been hit with the arrows, VITTAL IS A RARELY GIFTED POET WITH A MAGICAL WAY WITH WORDS, his metre, rhythm rhyme wow! benevolent! Maybe when he come into more lime light he would be reffered to as the king of rhyme hehe! anyway lots of love to vittal. ( I know this doesn't like a review but his poetry is too awesome to make it sound as a review what's inside wish his book were for free lol)

Re: Of woe's opulence by felicia delight
6 July 2010 - 10:01am

The poem death fanatic supposedly one of the best poems in his book is enough to acknowledge readers with his ethereal clout in poetry. Although his poetry may seem dark, there is a glint of hope for why things happen this way between every verse. Really enchanting write, my favourite among all these would be a little girl's story oh i also love his a merry little house both of them flow with this constant woe but again suggesting hope. Madferit vittal

Re: Of woe's opulence by sadanad mukherjee
6 July 2010 - 9:18am

Ke bhalo kavitha lekayche! Anyway my warm regards to this opulent write of woe's opulence. What an idea! The beauty of sorrow, i am eager to see w hat lies inside and this is a must buy book for any teenager or adult alike. Very elegant write there Mr.Vittal. ( I feel intrigued by your talent)

Re: Of woe's opulence by ema_ferguson
5 July 2010 - 7:39pm

My sister victoria ferguson writes enchanting poetry for a 17 year old girl but this guy surpasses even her! Wow! I must tell her this. All of this guys diction stirs up those images really infron of ur mind to ponder for many hours. eally awe inspiring poetry.

Re: Of woe's opulence by holden_clair
5 July 2010 - 7:21pm

Wow my dear borther was right for the first, going through the poetry was the most worthwhile thing i have done till now today. So yound to write such mighty poetry, we teens would need a dictionary to read his poetry thouigh but the messages conveyed are so so so awesome! Cheers vittal!

Re: Of woe's opulence by ambler.holden
5 July 2010 - 7:07pm

I am a confused teen ager, all his poetry teaches me some sense, i don't know why but when i go through those magical verses something happens to me, i am going to tell all my frnds to buy this though. I will buy it myself offcourse. Cheers vittal!

Re: Of woe's opulence by venkatesh.rao72
5 July 2010 - 6:53pm

Wow mind blowing poetry i never expected to see this kind of poetry which is almost archaic all the metaphors similies personification and hyperbole are so elegantly classic. That too from such a young teen ager, vittal u will someday be the inspiration of every teen.

Re: Of woe's opulence by laxmi.das25
4 July 2010 - 6:24pm

OH MY GOD! This youn poet righjts like an old soul i mean the language which is elegantly crafted to musical verses and how he expresses his living emotion is - it is well INEFFABLE. This young boy is a prodigy people must surely buy his work.

Madferit by lisa.gallagher
3 July 2010 - 2:15pm

This guy is like the most awesome i guy i have ever read. and tht too 16 wow! His enchanting words express a lot more than a fair share of a teen's sorrow. Now this guy has got tht exceptional talent i bet this guy could make it up with just writing poetry all his life.

Truly opulent by jessica.edwards
3 July 2010 - 1:39pm

The preview just showed ten poems wow I am excited to know what's more inside. Vittal is a very gifted poet i must say he has a class of his own like he is ethereal if compared to all the poets right now. Yes i know that he is just 16 but wow he writes better than some of the old poets. A death fanatic is such a cleverly written poem with painful metaphors and personification, I doubt his age and caliber.

Re: Of woe's opulence by Younus_Khan
3 July 2010 - 1:24pm

The poetry has ghazal like quality and I doubt the age of the boy. But what surprises me more than the maturity of his poetry is what the boy has gone through to write such poetry challenging the toil o even professional poets. Who knows what happened when he was 15.

Re: Of woe's opulence by qwertyuiop1234
3 July 2010 - 10:53am

Woah man this guys poetry is wicked like i usually don't get to see this vintage style of writing and the rhyme is amazing. this guy really works out the charm on metaphors and personification. The preview is all tht says

Re: Of woe's opulence by louisa.smith18
3 July 2010 - 9:42am

An astounding write from a young mind! Vittal will be a great poet one day we all will say we knew him! Anyway the girl beside the stream and an old man's story stir up those sights of sorrow and he really know those magical words.

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