3 thoughts on “A Poem: In The Name of Love

  1. Dear Benjamin,

    You have indeed composed a lovely poem titled “In The Name of Love”. Thank you.

    I would like to suggest that apart from publishing the poem as an image or pictorial quote, the poem be typed out as text for the following reason, which is quoted in my own words from my expansive post entitled The Quotation Fallacy “💬”, which you can easily locate at the Home page of my blog.

    To make matters worse, pictorial quotes harbour yet another disadvantage as they contain only graphic or pictorial data devoid of the actual texts constituting the intended quotations, thus excluding them from being relationally found, indexed and ranked by search engines, which, unlike humans, can neither “read” nor textually reconstitute quotations that have been previously reduced to nontextual information in the form of image data.

    Therefore, to increase the visibility and searchability of your poems, they should definitely be presented as texts (as well as images if required). There are also other reasons to do so, as discussed in great detail in the said post.

    You are very welcome to submit a comment to my said post to let me know what you think of those issues. I would highly recommend using a desktop or laptop computer with a large screen to view the rich multimedia contents available for heightening your multisensory enjoyment at my blog, which could be too powerful and feature-rich for iPad, iPhone, tablet or other portable devices to handle properly or adequately.

    Furthermore, since my intricate blog contains advanced styling and multimedia components plus animations, it is advisable to avoid using the WordPress Reader, which cannot show many of the advanced features in my posts and pages. Instead, read the posts and pages directly in my blog so that you will be able to savour and relish all of the refined and glorious details. Please enjoy!

    Wishing you a productive week doing or enjoying whatever that satisfies you the most!

    Yours sincerely,

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