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Writing Poetry by guest author Charlie Zoi

In by New Author on August 22, 2010 at 11:33 am
Stephen Fry in his book “The Ode Less Travelled”, mandates that his reader, if he is to be his student through the pages of this text, carries with him at ALL times materials with which to compose  poetry. AT ALL TIMES!
There are two other rules for writing poetry (and I like to write both poetry and non-verse stuff!*), and these are:
1. Do not be afraid.
2. .Take your time – in both writing AND reading.
I will follow these rules and Fry’s directions!  I have too long been afraid of too much, and have too often been in a hurry.
* Non-verse writing is called prosody, or just prose.

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