Late Night Writes
When night falls yet I cannot sleep, words crowd my brain. The following two poems, one serious and the other silly, are the products of last night’s writing: “Hover” I lay still in my bed yet hover ‘tween the sheets propelled by the heart which wakefully beats. A’whirl my mind spirals through darkening, deep space… Continue readinganxiety poetry, funny poem, humor, insomnia, inspiration, journal, late night, late night inspiraton, night writing, poem, poems, poet, poetry, poetry about fear, poetry about insomnia, poetry about nervousness, poetry about poets, poetry about writing, poetry humor, poets, rhyme, up late, write night, writer, writer’s block, writing, writing humor, writing process
Poetic Purpose: Why Meter Matters
“Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words.” ~Edgar Allan Poe Aside from signing my friends’ yearbook with personalized limericks, I admit that I have little experience with poetry. However, I adore reading it, as it was meant to be read, aloud. I love the sounds of its rhymes, the flow of the lines,… Continue reading
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