on poetry

August 9, 2019

Rhyme is the rock on which thou art to wreck,
’Tis fatal to thy fame and to thy neck.
John Dryden
(August 9, 1631 – May 12, 1700)

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quote from Extracts from Absalom and Achitophel: Doeg and Og

on poetry

September 8, 2015

Jack Prelutsky
“If you are writing poetry, don’t force rhymes. It’s better to work on what you want to say and create a feeling for the poem than to try to make up things just to make the poem rhyme.”
Jack Prelutsky
(b. September 8, 1940)
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