Short Poetic Tip Of The Day
As a poet, strive to see the world from another’s eyes and, at the same time, see through a different light that which another sees.
Take the reality which you wish to incorporate into your poem, make it your own and dig deep into the many truths it holds.
"I’m a tour guide."
"What’s your greatest strength as a guide?"
"Have you ever seen the movie Kate and Leopold?"
"I can’t say I have."
"Well, it’s no masterpiece. But there’s this one scene when Hugh Jackman goes back in time, and he witnesses the opening of the Brooklyn Bridge. Then he’s transported back to present day, and he sees the bridge is still standing, and he shouts: ‘It’s a miracle!’ And a nearby hotdog vendor says: ‘No it’s not, it’s a bridge.’ So what I’m trying to say is, I’m Hugh Jackman. And not the hot dog vendor."
SWOT Analysis - The Power of LoveIn case you’ve also had it stuck in your head that it would be nice to finally have a SWOT Analysis of “The Power of Love” by Huey Lewis and The News. I’m now free from this thought and can move onto my next absurd mental hang-up.You’re welcome.