Bradbury Challenge entry 3: William Shakespeare's Sonnet 3.
Audioblog version of Sonnet 2 Decyphered My second breakdown and analysis of Shakespeare's Sonnets. This week I #amwriting about owning my biases and grounding the Bard because that's where the words took me.
Continuing the Bradbury Challenge. I will read poetry, short stories and technical articles in order to contemplate why they work. In this post, I will be working with Shakespeare's Sonnet 2.
In an attempt to learn how to write better, I have given myself the Bradbury Challenge. I will read poetry, short stories and technical articles in order to contemplate why they work. In this post, I will be working with Shakespeare's Sonnet 1.
Render unto Caesar what is Caesar's Also unto God, what's God's This great Republic, shadow of Rome Boldly calls itself home Of the brave, the free The needy refugee I won't deny those words sting my eyes Hope, pride, shame and compromise America has lost her way And in some ways that's OK My Homeland is no longer England's Bride But there is another shame she hides
I felt like stepping out of the norm a bit. These 10 minute writing challenges have mostly focused on little stories, writing a little poem was a welcome change.
A little poem about how a big kid is amazed by how mommy cares for baby
A little poem from the heart, reflecting on the passing of time and the changes it brings.