By Williams Oladele
Didactic Narratives and other Poems
The Juvenilia: Three Retold Tales and other Poems, is a collection of poems that presents the works of a nascent poet as the title implies. This collection is meant to be a first of many. The collection is divided into two major parts. The first part features three long poems which are retold tales written in rhyming verses; a lengthy one, a moderately long one – both written in the poet’s preferred couplet pentameter and a relatively shorter one written in rhyme royal. The other part contains short poems of different forms and styles which cut across various themes.
Unconventional poet and blogger
I’m a published narrative poet, freelance writer, ghostwriter and blogger. My first book is an anthology of poems titled “The Juvenilia”. It was published in October, 2018. I love writing; it’s who I am. It’s what I’m created to do. Fun fact: I’m a graduate of microbiology and I’m also a digital strategist and entrepreneur. Click the button below to read more on my writing journey.
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Available April 13, 2019
This book is going to be an anthology of poems. The titular poem is an interesting epic – narrative poem of considerable length. Other poems will be contained in the anthology.
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