How I Write Poems

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Poetry stands as my bliss and true office
No matter its rhyme nor beat
It sews my soul on my sleeve
Which I rip off and offer to you

No matter its rhyme nor beat
Those functions give energy
But can also distract

It sews my soul on my sleeve
In precise, blue-bird stitches
My paper is like beach sand

Which I rip off and offer to you
You finger its gritty-ness
Then drop the pepples like bread crumbs

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"Always try to add a little fizz and ginger to everything you write." --Matthew Stibbe

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