A work in Progress . . .and needing feedback

So my grade for my poetry class is based 50 percent on the portfolio I turn in. I have divided it into two sections: One, Requiem Poems About Being a Widow and two, Abundance: Facets and Fancies of Life. I'm not sure which order to put them in yet. Suggestions? The professor has read and … Continue reading A work in Progress . . .and needing feedback



Today I received a Valentine's Day card -- I really wasn't expecting one, but my guy sure did melt my heart with his sincere words and loving sentiments. Thank you David! And we'll for sure watch The Incredibles the next time you come to Grandma's house. Cheers, KynEwynn (who is actually getting some things accomplished … Continue reading Cards

Some Quotes about Writing that I like

These are about writing in general and poetry in particular. . . True ease in writing comes from art, not chance, As those move easiest who have learned to dance. Alexander Pope We get only the inspiration we are qualified to receive. And unless we have laid the groundwork by conscious planning and hard work, … Continue reading Some Quotes about Writing that I like

Anziano Saga 2/13/08 – Jerky, House, Street

Email from Jason Feb 13, 2008 Ciao mom! How is this week going? Did you get your studying done? Two poems written? Good. Ok, to start off, my health is quite good. No worries there. The only thing that could be slightly troublesome is that I've lost weight. Like twenty pounds or so since before … Continue reading Anziano Saga 2/13/08 – Jerky, House, Street

Another One Bites the Dust

Another poetry lesson that is -- yes, I indeed conquered another one, only one lesson, one poetry portfolio (listen to that alliteration), and two tests to go, and I'll have the class whipped. Hmmm, maybe I should have taken the midterm, at midterm, instead of doing all the assignments first? Ah, well, it will save … Continue reading Another One Bites the Dust