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Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Hey look everybody… I responded to one of the Linky Blog tips and Brent put my poem and link right on the tip for every reader to see. He told me he has done that on several tips for people who have responded with a good suggestion or addition to the tip.
Brent said: "Write a poem. Don't immediately dismiss this idea.
Poems might sound a little cheesy to most folks but there are such a wide variety of them you should not immediately dismiss the idea. You can write a poem or find one that already exists.
Poems can be beautiful and inspiring, gut wrenching and tear-jerking, or hilarious. You can often find poems related to just about any topic that are just silly and fun.
Harness the power of Google and see if you can find a poem, limerick, or rhyme that would give your readers a smile or something to think about.Here's a poem by Kenna McKinnon she wrote in response to this tip (visit Brent's blog here):Faeries whispered in my earMy fingers flew on a brand new postWhat fun to write a rhyme, they saidTo read and laugh and love and toast."