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The Garden of the Plynck   By: (1878-1960)

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The Garden of the Plynck by Karle Wilson Baker is an intriguing and thought-provoking piece of literature. The book is a collection of poems that takes readers on a mesmerizing journey through distant lands and ethereal realms. Baker's imaginative and evocative writing style creates a vivid tapestry of emotions and imagery that captures the reader's attention from start to finish.

One of the most impressive aspects of The Garden of the Plynck is the author's ability to create a sense of otherworldliness. Through her expert use of metaphors and allegories, Baker transports the reader to a realm where reality blends seamlessly with fantasy. The poems explore themes of love, nature, and the human experience, all with a touch of whimsy and surrealism. This unique blend of elements allows for a truly enchanting reading experience.

Baker's mastery of language is evident throughout the book. Her use of vivid and descriptive imagery paints a picture in the readers' minds, immersing them in the landscapes and emotions she's crafted. Each word is carefully chosen, creating a melodic and lyrical quality to the poetry. The rhythmic flow of the verses adds another layer of beauty to the already captivating imagery.

The collection's poems also delve into the human condition, exploring our deepest fears, desires, and hopes. Baker tackles complex and universal emotions with grace and sensitivity, offering insights into the complexities of the human psyche. Through her thought-provoking verses, she elicits empathy and reflection, making the reader question their own beliefs and perceptions.

Although The Garden of the Plynck is an enchanting and captivating collection, it may not appeal to all readers. The ethereal and somewhat abstract nature of the poems may be challenging for those who prefer more straightforward narratives. Additionally, some may find the symbolism and allegorical elements to be too obscure or difficult to decipher.

In conclusion, The Garden of the Plynck is a book that transports readers to a realm of enchantment and introspection. Karle Wilson Baker's masterful use of language, evocative imagery, and exploration of the human experience make this collection a must-read for poetry enthusiasts. It is a work that leaves an indelible impression and invites readers to reflect on the intricate tapestry of life.

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The Garden of the Plynck


Karle Wilson Baker


Chapter I. The Dimplesmithy

Chapter II. Avrillia

Chapter III. Relations

Chapter IV. The Invaders

Chapter V. Crumbs and Waffles

Chapter VI. The Little Lost Laugh

Chapter VII. Accepting an Invitation

Chapter VIII. The Vale of Tears

Chapter IX. Cheers and Butter

Chapter X. Sara's Day

Chapter I The Dimplesmithy

Grown people have such an exasperating way of saying, "Now, when I was a little girl "

Then, just as you prick up the little white ears of your mind for a story, they finish, loftily, "I did or didn't do so and so."

It is certainly an underhand way of suggesting that you stop doing something pleasant, or begin doing something unpleasant; and you would not have thought that Sara's dear mother would have had so unworthy a habit. But a stern regard for the truth compels me to admit that she had.

You see, Sara's dear mother was, indeed, most dear; but very self willed and contrary. Her great fault was that she was always busy at something... Continue reading book >>

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