I’ve been playing around with a new poem and trying this editing thing I’ve heard so much about when it comes to poetry. I usually write and post, never looking back to rework lines or improve my writing. New year, new process.
How do you work through your poetry? One and done or rework until perfect?
Cornieta and Brandon Whitfield’s book “Interruption” is a must-read for anyone who has experienced a setback in life. Whether a life-changing tragedy or a small blip on the radar, this book will help you understand how all detours can help point you toward your God-given purpose.
Originally posted on Shell Vera: Poetry & Fiction:
The day had not gone as planned. It was supposed to be an easy execution, but the prisoner spoke up at the last minute, causing a delay. The person provided information causing the warden to call…