Poetic Motivations:51

Poetic Motivations_51

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Yes, Davy. Feeling, I often think, is MORE than half the battle with understanding.

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totally agree, feel it 🙂

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I needed to read this.
And how is the radio segment going?

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    Glad you liked it Vanessa. I did the first one last week and it went well. Due to do the second one in about 5 hours time. It’s ten minutes at the moment but they are talking about maybe a longer slot with some music, so fingers crossed. Thanks for asking and how are you?

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      Oh I am glad it went well, that must have been a relief.
      What a coincidence it’s today, I had forgotten what day you said. Good luck! The longer segment sounds really positive! And I am guessing you like the music idea?
      I’m not bad thanks. We have a few friends in different crises right now, so I feel a little bit like we are in the eye of a storm, trying to juggle different needs, and that wonderfully elusive balance of taking care of your own health too, right? Ah life.
      Thank goodness for poetry 🙂

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      Thanks Vanessa. Sending some thoughts and blessings over from the UK for you all and try and keep a piece for yourself in that balancing act 🙂

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      Thank you! That is very kind and much appreciated. 🙂

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Yes! I agree. If I struggle to feel it when I write a poem, then it’s time to move on to another idea. If I don’t feel it when I read a poem, I make myself try to understand the authors thought process. It usually works because poems are messages from our minds that need to be released.

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    I agree Eugenia, if we can get into the mindset of the poet it can help us to get into the emotion of the poem. Thanks for taking time out to add to the conversation.


I am.nodding in agreement….🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔😥

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totally agree! alot of people don’t understand what I mean sometimes but it’s beautiful to see what my work means to them!

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    That it is the joy of writing poetry. It is good to read and see the many different interpretations, some of which you never thought of when writing the poem. Thanks for taking time to visit and comment.

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I love this, probably because I often feel before I understand.

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