Your life is an open book; a best seller. Your poem is the blurb from the back cover. It doesn’t need to be strictly on the level. Let your imagination and ambition color your background. What have you done; what do you dream of doing? Consider it accomplished and write your blurb.
MARIE ELENA’S RUN-ON DREAM:
“Our truest life is when we are in dreams, awake.” ~ Henry David ThoreauIf success… is measured by pleasure that graces wee faces; the glee you see as they adorn the knee of the one who will read and quench their need for story in rhyme, and take the time to let small fingers linger and point and think it a treat to repeat and repeat the giggley, squiggely words for the wiggley who can’t get enough of her picture book stuff, then yes, she’s been blessed with the grandest success. © Copyright Marie Elena Good – 2013
WORDS OF WALT
Years of struggling have paid off,
others scoff at Walt’s success, but the rest
of the world knew what he went through
to reach his dream. His ninth poetry
collection has taken perfection and
although turning it down a notch,
raised the bar to secure future success.
His best is yet to come,and some
find that hard to believe. Looks deceive
but his words tell it like it is.
Entitled “Bullcrap Sells,” this may well be.
© Copyright Walter Wojtanik – 2013
We’d also like to wish all the dads out there a very happy Father’s Day. It’s one of the toughest jobs on the planet, and hopefully one of the most rewarding.
Walt, we’d love to see a photo out here of you with your gorgeous daughters. *hint, hint* Happy Father’s Day, Pard!