poetry form week 29, Epiphany or Manifestation in writing poetry

https://purpletreehouse.blogspot.com/2020/03/poetry-form-week-29-epiphany.html

 

Derived from the Greek word epiphaneia, epiphany means “appearance,” or “manifestation.” In literary terms, an epiphany is that moment in the story where a character achieves realization, awareness, or a feeling of knowledge, after which events are seen through the prism of this new light in the story.

 

a sample

 

once becoming a mother, some women become a good human, they babysit,

they feed, they find ways to nurture a fresh life,  if a mother ever frowns once,

the baby could grow doubt, if a mother ever feels too tired to feed, a hungry

child could lose confidence, I try to believe that: attitude matters,  a good childcare

leads to good bound between parents and children, James and George have become

presidents, they seem always being a good company to their family members.

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