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WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

The World's Shortest Poem (Kid's Lit)
For the record, the shortest poem in the English language contains only one word and begs probably the most important, single, universal question ever posed to mankind.
By Christopher Teague


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

About The Enchanted Voice
As everything, and particularly language, is entirely elastic, determine to go at the creation or unleashing of inner literature by more fully elasticizing consciousness.
By Robert Priest


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Inspiration? Just Call It A Ping
Most writers need to consider two options Why? Well, for one, the inspiraton question allows no manageable, concise, consistently accurate answer.
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Poetry For Kids - Choosing Format (Kid's Lit)
It is no wonder children prefer poetry that contains those musical elements of rhythm, meter and rhyme -- all essential ingredients in the kids' poem-writing recipe.
By Charles Ghigna


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got Those Strings
Our hearts must beat in order for us to live and in turn to speak or sing our poetry. Rhythm, being fundamental to human existence, is inherent in poetic utterance.
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Father Goose Poems (Excerpt - Kid's Lit)
"Iíll rope and Iíll ride and Iíll be the best, of all the cowboys in the world and the West, and when it gets dark on the cattle drive -- well, maybe Iíll wait until I'm five."
By Father Goose


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Posturing, Truth and Poetry Recordings
Dylan's "new regime" lyrics are metaphorically focused, idealistic and poetically cocky. His singing is uncompromising and defiant with aching optimism. The recording itself spits.
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

On Hearing Mike Seeger's Banjo
"The voice I find myself singing clings to earth like the moss-green dipping of time. Then it sings, in this valley, each genesis of song that still knows another."
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Poetic Pontifications
Second by second, we must pay attention to what we are doing as we write, lest we allow restrictions and habitual limits.
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

When The Lady Cat Sings (Poem)
"At half past midnight of a memory where beginning ends in trial by woman, trial by man, the pains of silence tap."
By James Strecker





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