Rhythm and Rhyme Workshop
(6/20/2008 8:24:00 PM)
I must agree, and if you remember your English correctly, Emily Dickinson had writtren many many love poems still considered to this day the finest, however when her writtings were discovered after her death, she had no punchuation, or ending to sentences and it was quite difficult to break it apart to read for publishing purposes, however I have read many stories to this fact, one of which was a theroy that she was in love and wanted her writtings in code... or something to that matter only she knew the purpose of it... Poetry is what the writter intends it to be, and there are so many in variety today...
Comment of the Day
- You seem almost too conscious of your own writing- it's as though you care more about the words themselves than the lyrical qualities of the poem that...