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Re-do of the Red Wheelbarrow: The Black Chalk Board so much depends upon a black chalk board covered with equations beside the gray waste basket. METAPHOR I know, I know, metaphors rule but their birth is often Caesarian. Is your … Continue reading

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Come jump into my arms, you furry-feathered verse! I’ll know you when I see you, either wordy or terse. Let your metaphor roll in like an occupying force; sit up high in your saddle on your literary horse! A shining … Continue reading

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