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turtle
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1 posted 02-16-2009 09:19 PM       View Profile for Balladeer   Email Balladeer   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Balladeer's Home Page   View IP for Balladeer

Very informative, Turtle, and I'm sure a lot of people can benefit from this information.

I'm not sure this is the right forum for it, however. Critical analysis is for critiquing poems, as far as I know. The moderators here will be able to advise better on that point.

If they ask you to move it, permission is granted to place it in the poetry workshop.
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2 posted 02-16-2009 09:20 PM       View Profile for Falling rain   Email Falling rain   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Falling rain's Home Page   View IP for Falling rain

Finally! I understand the meaning of Meter and "foot". Well I understand it but it'll be trouble some to add that in my writing. Oh well.

Practice, practice, practice! right?

-Zach

When I see your smile, and I know itís not for me, thatís when Iíll miss you.

turtle
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Thanks Balladeer.

Yes, I was a liitle weary of posting this here. Brad, or not, I'll move this to the workshop  

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Hi Turtle: One way of avoiding assorted textual errors like "weary" for "leery" is to write outside the box in Word or whatever, read it, and spell check it.  It adds credibility.

Of course, I ignore my own advice all the time.  

Best, Jimbeaux
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5 posted 02-20-2009 09:49 PM       View Profile for turtle   Email turtle   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for turtle

Yes jim, You are exactley right. Just being lazy. By the way I'm terrible at spelling.
Thank God for spell check.  lol

BTW I don't worry myself over such things as credibility. I'm just a turtle

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