Poetic Motivations:56

Poetic Motivations_56

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I can’t talk from experience, but this lovely image has the ring of hard-earned truth. Thanks for starting off the week so pungently Davy.

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I would imagine that is pretty accurate and much more eloquent and beautiful than “P***ing in the wind” !

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Wow….as in wow…really …reality bites..

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Great thought to ponder. I wonder, though, D… how does one measures the ‘echo’?
Sales? Impact? 🙂

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I’d like to imagine poetry being like dropping a rose petal in the mind and spreading the echo of its beautiful scent. I know this is off track of the publishing, but nice thought 🙂

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Like a bird drinking in a stream.

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You cracked me up! I think I’m with Fiona! So are we writing for echoes? Sales? Fame? Or just because we need to communicate what our hearts are wanting to share! And how are we to measure the effect of our writing and our lives? I think we are eternal optimists (poets) and hope that our words will be heard and make a difference and impact in someone’s life? Even if only to inspire someone else to be a poet! LOL!

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