Apostrophe To Man Edna St. Vincent Millay 22 February 1892 – 19 October 1950 (On reflecting that the world is ready to go to war again) Detestable race, continue to expunge yourself, die out. Breed faster, crowd, encroach, sing hymns, build bombing airplanes; Make speeches, unveil statues, issue bonds, parade; Convert again into explosives the… Continue reading Writing by dead writers, Edna St. Vincent Millay
What comes after you have finished a project?
I wanted to share something that many of you may find interesting, may have been thinking about.I was on a writing and poety message board tonight. This was a question I replied to: "Do any of you, having just completed a project, be it a long or even a short poem, have a sense of… Continue reading What comes after you have finished a project?
Adventures In American Writing, The Next Generation
"If you're going to be crazy, you have to get paid for it or else you're going to be locked up." Hunter S. Alright, with over six hundred followers I now think that I can try something new. This site will be under construction for the next couple of days, new categories might appear, and since this happens in… Continue reading Adventures In American Writing, The Next Generation
Another Summer Project, Page 21-22 (Lyrics and Single)
Link at the bottom of the picture and text, To Single by The MonkBirds: "Sold Out, At Last". For those who really don't care for the music I understand, but below is the cover and the lyrics to the songs. This is an adventure in writing, an exercise, a side project, a meditation, and it's something fun, and… Continue reading Another Summer Project, Page 21-22 (Lyrics and Single)
A Written Timeline
Good-day people... I'm busy with a bunch of projects and small town travels and literary investigations that are going to be taking me away from this blog (what the heck is a blog?) for a while. When I do come back I will slim it down, make navigation easier, and well, just write more about one human and his' Adventures in… Continue reading A Written Timeline