Last 3 days to post in our Short Story Competition Final:
Would you care to vote?
Would you like to vote in our Short Story Competition Final?
Hello Mr. Darnay
I was curious to know if you found your Moses painting?
Was I anywhere close with my suggestions?
Ok. I was fully aware of the “risk”. I knew in advance that my text Naïve II wouldn’t be meeting the most recent dogmas of modern poetry.
In another fine anglo forum they said “completely outdated yet it’s a good lyrical”. And they found every stance perfectly readable I mean no “garbling” problem .
One thing is sure: each one has the right to have his/her own ideas based on the seriousness of his /her research, but no one has the right to say “behold the final rules of modern poetry”…!
Last but not the least I made the mistake of posting it on purpose.
As in fighting sports sparring: no mistakes – no wisdom…
And now ladies & gentlemans back to the ring…! ;-)
Hi... thanks for voting in the June elimination.
I submitted one of my stories "The Life and Death of a Coward" into the contest.
Critiques here on litnet have always been greatly helpful. As you have already read the story, I'd be highly grateful if you could take out time to comment on it in the following thread-->
The thinker! Lovely.
Charles- Would you give me the link to your book on amazon? I looked at it a while back and was interested in reading it, but it was a bad time.
The Poetic Warrior
Then dawns the Invisible