Tag Archives: poetry
Why bother telling a story in a nonfiction piece? After all, your readers just came by for information; they’ll find what they need and be satisfied, won’t they? 3 reasons why you need to tell a story in a non-fiction piece: You’re in competition with thousands of other writers. When a reader looks for truth,… Read more »
’Twas the day before Christmas and all through the land, The people were travelling, some hand in hand, No stockings were hung, no chimneys in sight, Just walking – keep walking – until it is night. Some people were nestled all snug in their beds While others had nowhere to lay down their heads, And… Read more »
In my last blog post I asked and tried to answer this question: “What is poetry?” Even as I was coming to my conclusion, I realized I would need to answer another question before we went on to other things poetic: “What is a poem?”.
Welcome to our newest contributor, Violet Nesdoly. I’m delighted to be re-entering the world of group blogging. Though I enjoyed my hiatus, I’m happy to get back into this saddle. In my posts here, I plan to talk about a genre dear to my heart—poetry. It’s a huge topic with a history as old as… Read more »