Writers’ Errata

The word merchants of this world are often poets as well as writers of fiction and non-fiction.  Some of us just can’t help ourselves, because otherwise there is no sense to this crazy kaleidoscope world, at all.

If you are a roaming rhymer and interested in verse, metered and otherwise, rhyming and non-rhyming, you may be interested in my other blog page “Down the Poet’s Path…,” located at http://emarshallevan.wordpress.com/.

This brief bit of doggerel is from that collection:

The Jealous Poet

I envy the poets … Who fill each line … With colorful action … Of every kind. … Who rhyme … On a dime … And open the mind’s door … To so much more … Insight and thought, … Trapped and caught, … Than I ever knew was there. … It just doesn’t seem fair … That I am left scribbling words … Whilst they are writing in colorful flocks of birds.   by E. Marshall Evans

God grant me

 

 The PAGE International Screenwriting Awards's photo, posted by Renaldo R. Keene of Leatherneck Magazine.

The PAGE International Screenwriting Awards’s photo, posted by Renaldo R. Keene of Leatherneck Magazine.

...and followed by this from Faisel Malik.....

…and followed by this from Faisel Malik…..

 

If There Are Too Many Sportswriters, Where Are They Supposed To Go?

http://contently.net/2014/08/11/stories/many-sportswriters-earth-supposed-go/

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