Tag Archives: poems

May Wonders Never Cease to Exist

Although I occasionally write poetry, I don’t make a fuss about it because I so rarely do it.  And because I’m never quite sure if I should call it poetry.  My poems don’t rhyme.  They don’t have a recognizable meter or structure (and I don’t even know what I mean by that, either).  They don’t […]
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Love: Lost and Found Blog Tour

Alone (double cinquain) Alone So incomplete Gazing at the moonlight Wondering just when you’ll be here Nearby With me To start our lives Never to leave again Becoming whole and not just half As one Pamela has written a second collection of love poems. Poetry is an expression from deep within the soul. It can […]
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Book Review: Dreams of Love. A Poetry Collection by Pamela

Poetry is like art.  I know what I like when I see it, or in the case of a collection of poetry, Dreams of Love, when I read it.  It’s difficult to believe that Pamela has not been writing poetry for years, that she has only recently engaged in the art: Difficult because her poems […]
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Throw away the rules that bind.

Looking for a place for your poetry, stories, essays, photography to be published both online and on paper? Jayde-Ashe of The Paperbook Collective has loosened up her guidelines a bit (much like me loosening up the waistline on my clothes … so much more comfortable :)). One highlight is she will now take submissions of […]
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T. E. Hulme: The First Modern Poet?

Who wrote the first modern poem? Learn more at Interesting Literature!

Calling All Artists! Calling All Artists!

Here you go! Submit, all ye striving writers and artists!

Championship for the Ages Round 3!

Round 3. Formidable poets, but you can only vote for one.

The New Bard Press

Here’s a forum for writers and readers alike. The New Bard Press offers a place for writers to post their poems, stories, and essays, and for readers to read those works of art and offer comments. It’s a low-key version of Zoetrope, but without the review requirements. Malcolm Sterling, the bard behind New Bard Press, […]
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