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WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Poesy And The Inner Library
Books, like seeds, are added to the chemical configuration we call our cognition, our consciousness, our manner of being.
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Mocean Dance (Poem)
"She is she and another she where existence hops and happens like a nuanced inebriation verified in beauty."
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Despair And Poetic Inspiration
What would we be if we didn't struggle to blend our creative impulses and the world as it is into new understanding?
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

A Historian Considers His Lunch (Poem)
On the way to Auschwitz the train stopped at a KFC stand, and 4,000 orders taken; the short cook bitched about lousy pay.
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Death In Poetry
In death's face, you may try very hard not to remain where you are, what you are, feeling the unyielding pain as you do.
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Wasyl Szewczyk (Poem)
"This method I learned from Charlie: After the meal wash your bowl and spoon. Let them dry on the counter until you eat again."
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

But You're Not A God, You're A Mentor!
Young writers might regard mentors as deficient, ones who don't get it, and ask, "Isn't the writing obvious with sincerity?"
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

On Writing Early Riders
The psyche is a busy dude, and commonly-assumed reality is often not much more than mere putty to one's imagination.
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Early Riders
"We entered and departed the castle in what seemed a single day, but it was a thousand years we slept and this single day of coming and going."
By James Strecker


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Playing Love Song
Poetry is a personal ordeal, but if you inspire yourself then transfer that energy to making sure readers are inspired too.
By Diego X. Jesus





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