Posted by Ben Naga
Readers who write poetry themselves may find this article of interest.
Posted on January 13, 2015, in Not A Poem At All, Poetry. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
There is no “death to poetry.” As the writer states: “people will always write poetry, regardless of who is reading or listening or what other media temptations may exist, and as long as poetry is being written it will continue to be relevant to lives around the world.”
Very good piece. Thank you. 🙂 ps. I believe.
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Please continue to hold your banner high. As shall I. 🙂
I’ve been writing poetry since I was a child and told I had a sense inside of me that showed promise. And since then I have followed that path. I find peace and truth in the process and words that come through my heart, soul and mind. It is a need I want always to be part of my life. 🙂
I feel to be the pen rather than the hand.
I believe they are joined as one, the pen and the hand, but without the pen one would have to use find a means to record what is part of our nature and the words need expression.
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