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Saturday, December 18, 2010
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Fields of Frozen Glass





Mist surrounds a deep dark moon;
Below leaves of innocence lie quiet—
shadows revealing untold secrets
faded within roots
of guilt.

Colours turn softly as our world
turns itself back.
Each moment ticking by
transports us slowly
to an ice-enchanted place
of wonder— barren
where none guilty
of inhumanity
shall reign.

All past is void;
only ice-aged fields
of frozen glass-
shall remain.


—Michele Cameron Drew





Copyright ©2009 Michele Cameron Drew. All Rights Reserved.

Thursday, December 09, 2010
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Top 40 Poetry Blogs on the Web

Today, while looking for a post that I had recently commented on, I decided to try to find it by googling myself.  Instead, I came across a link for Poetic Expression, on the Guide to Art School's list of the Top 40 Poetry Blogs on the Web. I would like to thank SR Education Group for putting together this wonderful list of blogs, for their kindness and for the honor of being placed in their list.  

SR Education Group offers Guide to Art Schools as part of their SR Education Group network. "Because the path to and through higher education isn't clearly marked, they strive to offer a place where students can find the resources they need to make informed decisions. A place for them to hear advice from students who have been in their shoes. A place to find tools that will enhance their careers and educational endeavors. Most importantly, a place where they can connect with schools to begin their future and attain success."

You can learn more about their sites here.



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Saturday, November 20, 2010
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Sonnet XXIV




Alas good knight, why hast thou turned around?
Thy message reached me, but it makes no sense.
To turn and run at thy sweet love’s expense,
Though thee hast reached halfway to proving ground?







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Saturday, November 13, 2010
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A Thousand Days



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A Thousand Days
(A Book of Sonnets)

A Thousand Days, a book of sonnets and also my newest endeavor has recently had its own page(which can be reached from the link in the top bar) added here at Poetic Expression.  Updates will be added to the page as they are published and become available for your enjoyment. I have linked the first two installments, Sonnets XXI and XXII below, respectively.



 
A thousand days or so had come and gone…

Continue Reading
 
Entering from stage left in brilliant form… (A Thousand Days pt2)
Continue Reading








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Saturday, November 13, 2010
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Poetry 101: The Basics of Poetic Form


The first of a series of light history and tutorials on the basic principles of traditional English poetry, by Michele Cameron Drew.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010
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So Many Things





There are so many things I wish to say,
I bite my tongue so not to cause a stir.
So many things, in oh— so many ways.
To stir would cause the pot to overturn.
Just like I do most each and everyday,
Guess I'll just settle down right here and learn,
And wait for signs to fall down from the sky,
And send me where his heart calls by and by.


-Michele Cameron Drew





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