13 Easy-to-follow Steps

Learn how to tend a garden in 13 Easy-to-follow Steps, How To Write The Last Line Of A Poem, and why the witching rod is a hoax, at Rasputin – A Poetry Thread.

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The guru says You don’t have to understand poetry to appreciate poetry, and There are no rules. If you like what you read, or are mystified, take a moment and comment on Rasputin.


About Jim Brennan

Jim is a Philadelphia-based writer, author, poet and editor for the Schuylkill Valley Journal.
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2 Responses to 13 Easy-to-follow Steps

  1. LB says:

    Jim, I left a comment on Rasputin, but it looks like it showed up as Unknown, Google is a confusion to me sometimes.
    How to Write the Last Line of a Poem is wonderful! Perfect for those, like me, who like poetry but are intimidated by it, too.


    • Jim Brennan says:

      Thanks LB, Leonard says you don’t have to understand poetry to appreciate it. It’s music, a feel, a ride on a Harley on a country road at sunrise.


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