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Rated: E · Folder · Other · #861979
and to write is not too wrong!
. . . . to me, writing is a form of meditation . . . the works in this folder relate to the art (and meditation) of writing.
Portfolio -> We have a Write to Escape
    Rated: 18+ · Religious · #1718731
    To my friend that I met on my porch . . .
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1468148
    Some of us are lost in hope as much as fear. From Bottle in the River
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1463231
    This is a concrete poem.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1463227
    Concrete poem about our mutilation of trees. From Dan Sturn's Bottle in a River.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1468809
    We should just start writing without regard to what we write. From Bottle in the River.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1468810
    Journaling can help you “listen” to your muse.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1476373
    A theory of art, architecture, poetry, music, technology, and God.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1468812
    Journaling focuses us to be aware of our thoughts. From Bottle in the River.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1476586
    More about my theory of Multivalence. This focuses on poetry itself.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1512010
    Represents Multivalence. Though dictionary lists 3 meanings, notice hotel, curtains, etc.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1468813
    This poem is preceded by a blank page. From Bottle in the River.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1468163
    Before reviewing, know what a "concrete poem" is. CTRL - backs you away from the screen.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1468845
    Concrete poem about meditation. From Bottle in the River.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1481250
    Ground rules for protesting meter and form.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1468847
    Illustrating Microsoft Word's change tracking in the concrete poem: Story.
    Rated: E · Nature · #1481268
    Does the Muse, organic as it is, really want us to prune the message with form and meter?
    Rated: E · Writing · #1480118
    In an ongoing protest against meter, this Poem rues the act of cutting words so they fit.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1493323
    duh DUM DUH dum . . . against a form, this poet is . . .
    Rated: E · Writing · #1479029
    My rebuttal to form, meter (or do you say metre?), and forced structure!
    Rated: E · Religious · #1485656
    Form and Meter . . . . is it a religion? Do we have a rite to use free verse?
    Rated: E · Writing · #1600985
    This is what writing is about.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #860982
    for those who find writing is meditation
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1602799
    We writers wrestle with sleeplessness.
    Rated: E · Religious · #1602759
    To those who journal through insomnia!
    Rated: E · Philosophy · #1512699
    An ode to to the Poetic Responses of the Armorbearer.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1486850
    This started out a signature, but Flower liked it so I made it a poem.
    Rated: E · Nature · #1482732
    Do the words in our journals hibernate until we return to "prune them?"
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1474527
    Though called "small talk," the weather is actually not so small after all.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1481458
    An appeal for an in-depth review.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1462743
    Introducing the art of journaling as a form of meditation.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1463386
    Journaling, as a form of meditation, can open the window to the Muse. But is it safe?
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1464851
    The Poet longs for the euphoria that meditation used to bring.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1464858
    Warning: “cleaning your closet” brings monsters into the rest of the house!
    Rated: E · Writing · #2046749
    I felt the review of my haiku, and my response, would make interesting reading.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1958922
    Was journaling about journaling, and this came out.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1958698
    Just thinking too much!
    Rated: E · Other · #1919762
    This is a modified version of "The Book," rearranging the stanzas to tell a story.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1917121
    An ode to English and Grammar before the days of modern media.
    Rated: E · Other · #1912911
    Trying to "become one" while lost in my journal.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1910951
    Overcoming white paper phobia.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1849005
    Tongue and cheek -- no offense intended, and I see myself in some of these descriptions!
    Rated: E · Writing · #1847672
    Reviewers often say, "I don't like the long dash."
    Rated: E · Writing · #1840524
    While "pruning" old Poetry, this came to me.
    Rated: E · Political · #1822364
    I was thinking about politics while looking at my piano, and this came to me.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1820684
    Bored in the journal, I pulled out some dictionaries.
    Rated: E · Writing.Com · #1781044
    Journation (what causes me to hear my Poetry) is writing 3 pages every day without fail.
    Rated: E · Other · #1727214
    Irritated during journaling, this emerges.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1720886
    Among Other Things (like how we write)
    Rated: E · Family · #1649305
    What started as killing time in the journal, ended with an hour of playful pruning.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1611456
    Transition. From: Journal to Portfolio? Summer to Winter? Rebirth?
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