She thought she heard the click of a door closing. How odd. Rose was sure she had been the last to turn in. It was late and the family of the house had retired long ago, as had the rest of the servants.
Jim was daydreaming of getting home, grabbing a cold beer and throwing himself on the couch to watch the playoffs. “I want a divorce,” Tina suddenly declared from the passenger seat.
In my last post, Introduction to Poetry 101, I started off the series with a few handy tips to reading poetry. Now, as we are diving into the more technical parts of writing and reading poetry, let us begin with talking about the different types of poetry, as well as what makes a poem, a poem.
Pointless, this craving. Sound to the deaf might
Show more useful than this eternal longing.
Fingers running over cold sheets turned to rite
As resolve begins to crumble, another hit calling.
I love romance, especially romance with strong female characters. This, of course, means that I love, love, love Pride & Prejudice.
My intention with Poetry 101 is to write about what I have learned regarding both reading and writing poetry, and share with you the different aspects of poetry.