Competition Write a free verse poem on competition. Tell what it means to be competitive and why you love competition or not. Free verse is a form of poetry that does not necessarily follow to any specific meter patterns, rhyme, or any other pattern. Free verse, despite its freedom, often still has some elements of form. Most free verse does observe a convention of lines and structure. No rhyming patterns.
yes I have a suggestion...slow down...I don't know how I forget to review this...I never have before...must have read it and got up to do something and forgot...Bard is free!!!get your motor running...LOL...now I must move on...next...LUFF Ya Linda xxoo
This is very good my friend. You are doing better and better. Hope I can use some of this in mine if it every gets going.
Some comments and a spag or two...before hop(p)ing on the Metro link
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That poem is damn good, an amoeba climbing to the heights but still just as small- really smaller by thinking looking down makes it any bigger. Kind-of puts things in perspective. Please, don't crank up the action making this more of an espionage thriller than a traditional detective story. The best sequences are those between the bard and Tenyaya.
This was an interesting chapter, lots of action. Could the detectives set a trap for the Chief and his accomplices to walk into? Maybe, on the pretext that someone knows they are in on the crime and is out to blackmail them. I am sure you will come up with better ideas yourself. Great write as always. Faye
This read "professional" to me. I think I could go to any bookstore and find this, and it would be a hit. Its action-packed, humorous, reminiscent for us Boomers, and just mysterious and obtuse enough to keep everybody interested. Very nice job. Keep up this story like this and we'll find ourselves at your book-signings,