A term combining the words poem and opus, meaning a compilation or literary work, sometimes almost seeming musical in composition but that of poetry, specifically. This term was coined by an upcoming Canadian poetess.
The latest opem that she recited was bitter, yet thrillingly exciting, the words flowing together like a strummed guitar chord in minor, echoing out into the wind.
by Rebecka Nothing October 28, 2009

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