(1) The tunes are creations of spellbinding joy and the lyrics poetic enough to turn men with steel hearts to jelly.(2) He plays this raw, emotional indie-folk with poetic , symbolic lyrics.(3) The numerous space and controlled organisations of poetic colours lend subtlety to his part collage-part paintings.(4) Shapiro does not offer monologues or narratives but poetic dramas in which multiple voices are allowed on the stage.(5) The beginnings of any kind of valid poetry or poetic stirrings in Australia date into the present century.(6) The writing is rhythmic and poetic and the characters so real that you long to know what became of them in later life.(7) I then used their poetic forms and wrote about a third of the book in that style of verse.(8) Her poetry is reminiscent of the soft tones in the poetic works of Frances Cornford or Charlotte Mew.(9) Unless, that is, you spent the mid-Nineties ticking off the more poetic dramas mounted by the Royal Shakespeare Company.(10) For poets and those who read poetry, the poetic form can be relatively obscure as a discipline and as an art.(11) These are the very veins of poetic stuff; poetry which runs all false and true.(12) In time, he became better known as a sculptor with a strong poetic bent, rather than as a poet in the traditional sense.(13) Its director, Guka Omarova, makes an auspicious debut with this taut, raw, poetic drama.(14) A poetic , provocative choreographer, her work continually challenges aesthetic conventions.(15) Adam invites into our midst a deeply lyrical, sorrowful and unforgettable poetic voice.(16) The show melds modern dance techniques and poetic prose narrative to illustrate her desperation.