Some books are like enjoying the calmness of a harsh summer daybreak. You’ve to sit back and let the characters enthrall you like apparitions. They are there but you know they are not real or might be. They are just like the shadow that leave a long shadow on the thought process of ours, the readers.
National Poem Writing Month 2018 Finale: Today,
write a poem that engages with a strange and fascinating fact.
Original Poem: Gandho Bichaar (গন্ধ বিচার) by Sukumar Ray (1887-1923) Continue reading →
National Poem Writing Month 2018 Day#28: Today, Continue reading →
National Poem Writing Month 2018 Day#27: Today,
following Lauren Hunter’s practice of relying on tarot cards to generate ideas for poems, we challenge you to pick a card (any card), and then to write a poem inspired either by the card or by the images or ideas that are associated with it. Continue reading →
National Poem Writing Month 2018 Day#26: Today,
taking our cue from today’s craft resource, we’d like to challenge you to write a poem that includes images that engage all five senses. Try to be as concrete and exact as possible with the “feel” of what the poem invites the reader to see, smell, touch, taste and hear. Continue reading →