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The most expensive ‘Lighght’ ever!

‘Lighght’, therefore, is not part of a textual image-building exercise – it is the image and the word in one. It has no reading procedure to it: It is swallowed whole at first sight, and is therefore felt, than interpreted.
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Committing Poetry to Memory- Part I

Robert Archambeau on "Poems You Carry in Your Head" When I ask students to memorize poems longer than, say, a sonnet, they tend to balk. But then I tell them that actors routinely memorize vast swathes of text, and that I've known
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Five Winning Tools of Writing

BY SARAH ANN WINN

A poet mentor of mine, Judyth Hill — read her glorious poem, “Wage Peace”— extols the virtues of the random, the benefits of reaching outside of yourself for ideas/ beginnings/ revisions. If you are an essayist, substitute the word ‘essay’ for ‘poem’, if fiction is your game, ‘plot point’ for ‘poem’. You get […]

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