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On the Inspiration for Poetry

This will be the first in a series of posts regarding the nature of poetry, with the final poem being one of my own, if all goes well. 423 more words

"The World Is Too Much With Us"

As a child, I was fascinated by Greek mythology. My teacher had a large book that she would let me and my siblings attempt to absorb, filled with stories of mighty Zeus and jealous Hera, lovely Aphrodite, wise Athena, bloodthirsty Ares, and stories that we would not comprehend fully for many more years. 176 more words

The Great Coffee Challenge

In the last two or three months, I’ve noticed a rash of “challenges” on Facebook.

“I challenge you to dump a bucket of water over your head and if you don’t, give $100 to a non-profit.” 237 more words

Experiments And Challenges

What does your poem choice say about your view of the earth?

(National Poetry Month, Day 22)

A special treat for Earth Day: 2 poems!

Let’s take a look at two poems that explore the same ideas, but from decidedly different perspectives. 541 more words