“By evening, the women are mountains wrapped in dark shawls.” =
“A narrative poem expresses an experience. A lyric poem expresses a feeling.” = Diane Frank.
What do you think?
“The language of the first man is represented to us as the tongues of geometers, but we see that they were the tongues of poets.” =Rousseau
I am here in Costa Rica again. The words of the Nicaraguan poet, Ruben Dario comes to mind:
Now is come the month of roses!
To the woods my verse has flown
Gathering fragrance and honey
From the blossoms newly blown.
I am grateful for the opportunity and hope to write some good poetry here. What do you do for inspiration?
Funny, down to earth, irreverent poems communicate before they are even understood. This workshop will explore genre and encompass form of poetry by traditionally loved and lesser known contemporary poets. Join us at 7 pm Wednesday, November 13 at the Kent Memorial Library, 50 North Main Street, Suffield, CT. RSVP: 860=668=3896.