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Short Poetry Workshop – Kenning Poem – Feeder of Eagles

Tuesday night’s short poetry workshop involved learning to write kenning poems.  What is that you might ask?  The kenning poetic device originated in Norse and Anglo-Saxon poetry and serves to use a two or three word phrase in substitution for … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Sometimes Radical Change Is Necessary To Reveal Beauty

“Should you shield the canyons from the windstorms you would never see the true beauty of their carvings.” – Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, psychiatrist and author (1926-2004)        

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Transparent Metaphors

Transparent Metaphor by Michael Romani Metaphors are important That’s what she said I agreed, they are significant I kept that thought in my head No gold star child was I I could barely look her in the eye Still, there … Continue reading

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