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The Best Pen for Writers

Here’s a change of pace for this blog–a product review.  Long story short, I need to practice my penmanship for the written Connecticut school administrator’s exam in October, so I invested in a bunch of different pens–including some nice fountain pens.   147 more words

Writing

In the Fire

Entered this world naked
Left with little dignity.
Slumped onto the pavement, 
Blood cries out it’s a murder scene
Face on a t-shirt
The cemetery got paid off. 211 more words

Six reasons why HANDWRITING can hurt WRITING performance

In our previous discussion on the links between handwriting and writing, you were asked to write down your thoughts regarding the validity and relevance of the… 1,364 more words

Children's Writing

Birth pains

Peace treaty broken
Enemy lines resurface 
Governments go to war
And it’s the poor children that suffer.

Innocent blood is shed
When troops launch rockets, 131 more words

Stage Fright

Endeavours to fight the weather,
Silly me
Rain drops jabbing my face
My persistence not to yield
Made heavy showers lay into me mercilessly 
God spoke through the rain… 247 more words

Memory Loss

I’m curious as to whether or not students have to memorize poetry these days. Perhaps it’s a lost art like penmanship, but I can’t think how lucky kids are today if they’re exempt from memorizing long-winded poems. 1,994 more words