Tag Archives: poetry

It’s Valentine’s Day…

… and across the country, people are giving cards to the objects of their affection. But you’re a writer. Why not go a little further? Instead of just signing your card “Love and kisses” why not use your writer-y skills … Continue reading

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Practical Poetry

Poetry is beautiful. Poetry is inspiring. Poetry moves us.

But have you ever thought about poetry as a memory aid?…

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Poetry, per Oscar Wilde (Inspiration)

“All bad poetry springs from genuine feeling. ”
Oscar Wilde
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Poetry is not a Tame Art….

Poetry is not a tame art.

It doesn’t keep to where it’s told to. It pops out at you when you least expect it.

And it isn’t always formal, and delicate, either…

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A Wandering Poet….

I was at Lakewood Renaissance Faire last weekend when I met, by chance, with a wandering poet…. Continue reading

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911 (Catherine Kane)

“The Twin Towers fell.
Some times, words are not enough –
Silence must suffice….”

Catherine Kane

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