Who Said That?

National Poetry Month is ending as April comes to a close. Did you try your hand at a new poem this month?
In an earlier post about poetry, I suggested that an intrepid poet might consider the Cento form. (I’m still working on mine.) Someone took exception to that form and likened it to plagiarism. What do you think?

This week I’m participating in a writing intensive class where author William Bernhardt is cracking his whip. Today, he packed every moment with useful information, even making us write on the spot. As a result of this class, I turned down a dinner invitation tonight. I can’t remember when I last said, “I can’t go out because I have homework.”

Therefore, in the absences of a scintillating post sure to draw lots of buzz, I leave you with a link to a quiz on Brainy Quote; the category is Poets – Who Said That? Let me know how you do – I’ll bet you remember more from your high school literature class than you think.

Happy Poet-ing!


About Linda Joyce

Writing is a curious journey. You don't pick it, it picks you. See my website at www.Linda-Joyce.com to learn more about me.
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2 Responses to Who Said That?

  1. qualandar says:

    Reblogged this on Bleeding Heart.

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