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  1. Tinker

    I Love Rock and Roll

    I Love Rock and Roll I like my poems short and neat reading or writing I prefer to be brief. Some go on and on without relief meter goes long, I nod off to the beat. Gilgamesh, the Illiad, Canterbury Tales, to read them in full you'll hear my wails. "put another dime in the juke box baby" "condense, condense, condense" aren't those the words of Whitman, so what's up with Leaves of Grass? That goes on forever, . . . Amen. But if I could write like that . . . I'd fill the page with dynamite and stop rhyming rat-a-tat-tat. "put another dime in the juke box bab
  2. Down through history, contributors of poetry, prose, or other means of written expression, have been accepted by readers to be great works of art; writers are considered great authors. I do not expect all readers to follow my reason for writing this. The following article is written to create an avenue for discussion, and I am open to be enlightened,and accept critism without prejudice This is a question I pose to all who care to reply ************************************************************************ WHO IS A POET? This may seem like a meaningless point to ponder, but for me,
  3. bob

    Captured In My Pen

    How many writers have awakened from a dream, and declared: “My greatest work just flashed through my mind?” This writer had that experience once, and while dreaming he devised a way to capture his story. This poem is written with four words per line. Captured In My Pen© Eleventh hour softly proclaimed; Endeavoring vainly to write, Contriving, creating a draft, ‘Ere I sleep tonight. Pen slows, then ceases; My tired eyelids close. Head begins to nod... Reluctantly, I must doze. Marvelous words are coursing, Through my apprehensive mind; Conjuring pictures and fantasies
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