“the st. lawrence, purgin its waters submergin’ quebec city vergin on being the place we would go to find solace: a palette for sights, under lights, we’d converge in” a thousand fish were in the school, amid the pool of tides, that day, when all things gold could stay away from home & none was known to be a drag that weighted down the saddled bag of tricks the rider used to hunt the stag-, until the crow would caw to him or her when, overhead, the light grew dim. he saw the sand & piper bird[s] -sand’-bee[s] & fleas, on beaches’and-(s) of dune(s), amid the tunes of sands of time to scale and climb a wall of sand & storm the gates, before the fish(,)all (,)met their fates. the farmer’s kale was on a keel, & balanced to surpass the pale & find a means to catch the tuned composers’ kale & fishes tales   the butcher’s kale would never fail to place         her thumb upon the scale &; so, she’d cap the          sushi wrap; her hip would pop amid hip hop in   harbor garb or find a line to dance away to   see the sight: st. lawrence way. the sturgeon was urgin the muskie to merge in from right of the pike of the tide-wall-eye sight was in line to be fine, on the sea, so sublime &, the fish, on the main, try to flee from the pain of the gaff of the staff of the great river skiff.

The Use of Poetic Scansion in Conjunction with Word Paletting and Outlining to Equip Writers with the Ability to Scan, Analyze and Write About Poetry, Connecting and Leading them to Acquire the Means for Applied Research Writing

  As a pre-writing strategy, poetic scansion is amazingly prone to get any writer over the obstacle of “writer’s block”.… Read more The Use of Poetic Scansion in Conjunction with Word Paletting and Outlining to Equip Writers with the Ability to Scan, Analyze and Write About Poetry, Connecting and Leading them to Acquire the Means for Applied Research Writing