Poetry For Beginners

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Great info! Love it. 😀

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This process is a delight, D! I am currently stuck at S

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Great post, Dave. I wish I hadn’t followed it literally, the window didn’t taste too good(!)

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Really love this, even without the class, you gave a contextual insight with that bar.

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Haha. Best poetry writing guide ever.

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If everyone taught stuff in such a fun way, learning would be a blast 🙂

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Ohhh I needed this laugh today–thank you, Davy!!!!!

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This is funny and cool. Love it. I wonder how many poets get stuck licking windows and such?

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    Thank you Liz C. There are so many different flavours of window available. You should take care though when there is ice on the window 🙂 Thanks for dropping by and taking time to enjoy the post and comment.

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I love this poetry guide Davy! Especially love Step 2 on Research. Seeing the world through the eyes of a poet…Now that’s fun!

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I’m a big fan of Davy–he’s the whole package: fun and funny, sensitive and articulate, a brilliant international gem. This post is all kinds of wonderful, so if you’re not familiar with him, visit his blog for more that will delight!

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Totally loved the instruction like all above! Good job, Davy!

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