Poetry has served as a reliable vehicle of feelings over the ages, of love, anger, and much more, bearing in it at once, the ability to evoke thoughts and portray vivid mental imagery that may be preserved for hundreds of years. Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” written in 1681 and the author long dead for over three centuries, remains till date highly relevant in summing up a man’s admiration of his woman, the object (subject) of his undying affection and ecstasy. Even the best prose are often those written with poetic rhythm reverberating in their lines. Poetry is man’s soul reaching to his core – an elevated realm of weighty expressions, to give the world a lasting summary as best as his inspired mind can translate what he has perceived. Continue reading