Dare I say it? Have I scaled the final barrier to creating the first draft? Last week I reported I had 11,985 words. I also noted that certain details were missing from my memory and I needed to read the first two books again to aid my failing powers of recall. I’ve now done that …
I rarely write poetry, but one of my efforts was recently included in the results of a competition I entered. If you scroll down to ‘Flowing Form’ you’ll find it there.
Scroll, click, and read the best of new poetry from poets from around the world:
SHATTERED, by Annie M.
THE OCEAN THE WIND, by Vikky Lonie
MIDNIGHT, by Chisala Kataya
IN A ROOM NO LOVE ONLY LUST, by Prince Kutch
FEAR OF THE UNKNOWMS, by Gibson Kuria Chege
WHEN YOU WAS IN THE WORLD, by Linda Hay Gibbs
THE LADY IN PURPLE, by Kat Fankhauser
SPREAD YOUR WINGS, by Lana Rafaela Cindric
BIRDS FROM THE EAST, by Sharon Mo-sh
INSOMNIACS LULLABY, by Ruthie B.
POETRY BY, by Tiwari Vikas Kaiv
MY WORLD, by Semih Bilgic
POETRY BY, Charles Howe
POETRY BY, Pamela Hobbs
POETRY BY, Eddiee Gomez
POETRY BY, Anannya Uberoi
FLOWING FORM, by Stuart Aken
PRECIOUS LITTLE GIRL, by Murna Safford
THE PAINTER, by Theresa Pio