© Marie Marshall
Love this imagery!
Love that pink!
A simple dessert really.
curdle and cuddle,both practical for baking bread-raspberry bread.
Ideal for sustenance whilst on a journey too.
It’s a good thing you play to an audience what gets metaphors. Once I wrote a poem for a (I thought) loved one – it began “I cut my teeth on your heart” – and in her mind only went downhill after that. Never use metaphor on a Chief Financial Officer of a corp. They are toooooooo concrete. I love the poem, BTW,
I have recently been asked by my publisher to contribute to their blog with a series of articles on how to write poetry. I haven’t actually drafted anything yet (I’m already trying to dash off a vampire novel for them!), but there has been one issue on my mind, and it is this:
When we write a poem, we communicate. That doesn’t mean what we write has to be ‘easy’ to read. Never underestimate the capacity of many very ordinary people to cope with ‘difficult’.
All of which is, I believe, totally irrelevant to CFOs…
Is sour in the brain or on the tongue?
Around the rim of the cocktail glass.
great images…and hit the mark..
As a poet I’m an archer.
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