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"It's been a long time, I shouldn't have left you"

After a much too lengthy hiatus from the Waxy&Poetic blog, I’m back to continue with regular posts. Since I was AWOL during National Poetry Month, feast your eyes on the collected haiku that were daily posted on Twitter during April. 419 more words

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POET JENNY BROWNE ON LONG WALKS AND LOVE LETTERS TO STRANGERS

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Poet and educator Jenny Browne

By Veronica Anne Salinas

PUBLISHED: APRIL 16, 2014

The Yanaguana is not just a place forgotten in history. 444 more words

Literature

The Pulse of a Poetry Revolution

It’s amazing how many people ask why I bother promoting a genre that is rapidly dying. Of course, I vehemently disagree that poetry is close to being pronounced dead on arrival. 139 more words

Kym Gordon Moore

What I Learned from National Poetry Month, or, Trying to Get Published in a Major Magazine, or: How to Tweet?

After the intensity of my daily posts in May for National Poetry Month, I haven’t blogged much. I actually had a brief mourning period when that month was over–mostly, I felt relief because choosing the poems and blogging them felt like a very important task that I was constantly worrying over–but I also loved the feeling of being so connected with readers and poems. 671 more words

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We remember you ... Maya Angelou

Today we lost one of literature’s most endearing, inspiring, brilliant leaders, Maya Angelou.

She was known for many things – actress, director, producer, teacher, activist, but perhaps what set her apart was her brilliant contribution to the world of literature as a poet and writer. 276 more words

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