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Trivium: Rhetoric

We’re back with the third part of the Trivium: Rhetoric.

Rhetoric is the art of persuasion through communications, either written or spoken. There are always two components to rhetoric – the rhetoric and the audience. 403 more words


Writing metrical poems

Before I seriously began writing poems over a decade ago, I studied metrics for about six months.  I started by reading Timothy Steele’s All The Fun’s In How You Say a Thing: An Explanation of Meter and Versification… 313 more words

Published Poems

The History of Literature #93 - Robert Frost Finds a Friend

It’s a curious but compelling story: it starts in the years just before World War I, when struggling poet Robert Frost (1874-1963) hastily packed up his family and moved to London in search of a friend. 284 more words


A day fueled by indecision

Have you ever had those days where you never know what to do? You know those days, those days where you second guess all your moves and thoughts. 156 more words


The Road Not Taken - Part 1

In his poem “The Road Not Taken”, Robert Frost depicts a man who gets to a fork in the road and has to make up his mind which one to choose. 797 more words

“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,

and sorry I could not
travel both,

and be one traveler, long I stood,

and looked down one as far as I could”… 88 more words