Everyone is an artist.
"It can be as difficult to determine someone’s home as to look in the opposite direction without having switching close to, inch had written Holly Donald Thoreau. Which will appear like a odd estimate coming from an individual that’s known for located by yourself within the woods.
I sure do. My instrument is sitting in my living room corner, right next to my Bistro and the colors match completely. But I don’t want to match my guitar to anything. I want to play it!
I think I have fallen in love the Palindrome poem. I have been fiddling with them since Philly Dreamer gave us the challenge to write one. I noticed that some of our friends didn’t quiet understand the process, so I am going to explain as I go. Everyone should love creating this type of poetry. It’s so much fun to do. The lines go first to last, then last to first. Using the very same lines with no variations. The following Palindrome is one I jotted down last night.
Just a journal analysis of Brave New World By Aldous Huxley.