Here is a particular scene I want to write about. The natural scenery may inspire a few lines!
"There is no one way to write a poem. Nor is there a magic formula or process that, when followed precisely, will automatically transform a series of words into poetry."
This is a wonderful book and I ma learning so much. Writing poetry is one of the most difficult and demanding skills in all arts.
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"Images are different from ideas and words because images are full of sensory information."-- How To Write A Poem by Margaret Ryan
Question of the Week: When you've read a book, what do you do with it? (Keep it, give it away, donate it, sell it, swap it..?)
Answer: I keep them and dream of a warm reading room, with window seats, soft cuddly cats about, while listening to running water and reading about fabulous adventures off the print!
I have thought of selling some online and donating books to our local bookstore. Some make very nice gifts, too. So, what do you do with your books?
“You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me." C. S. Lewis