From Charles Dickens' Great Expectations: "It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade."
While searching for something to share, I discovered this poet, Judith Pordon, who is still writing. She is published in a number of places. Here is a Wikipedia article, really the most I could find about her.
I just finished writing poems for Laura Shovan's birthday month challenge, and immediately started the March Slice of Life challenge connected to the blog, Two Writing Teachers. I know some you are also doing that. Writing is its own reward, right? But when it's a daily deadline, I seem to need a wider reach and inspiration. Even if I'm writing prose instead of poetry, I still turn to reading poems, and most of the time, I find a line, a word that helps me start.
Judith Pordon's poem presents the idea of a blank page, also an inspiration, a desire to fill it up. See what you think! And enjoy everyone's links today!
Beautiful blank pages
that demand precision.
And the rest is here.