Harvesting Words   Leave a comment

Seeds I’ve planted in verse and prose, I tend by culling and pruning; out go adverbs and superfluous words, leaving the meat of the fruit fully borne (oops, an adverb).  Tonight I’ll be harvesting my Poetry Newsletter for Writing.com and posting some reviews of poetry and prose. 

 Harvest your words; Write on!

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Posted September 6, 2009 by Kate2World in Writing

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