CALLIOPE

cal·li·o·pe  [kuh-lahy-uh-pee; for 1 also kal-ee-ohp]

noun

1. Also called steam organ. A musical instrument consisting of a set of harsh-sounding steam whistles that are activated by a keyboard.

 

 

 

 

2.( initial capital letter ) Also, Kalliope. Classical Mythology.  The Muse of heroic poetry.

 

 

 

 

 

3. Shirley Camia’s debut book of poetry. A collection that illustrates the rich emotional complexity found in instances – the choice moments of life, from bliss to darkness, that convey the eccentricities, vulnerabilities and strengths of human existence.