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May 31 2009 Poetry Newsletter

It seems like time simply flies! This week, I have been busy moving to a new home. In between, I was becoming frustrated with my writing. I began to think about how Writer's Block affects all of us! I found a great Sonnet by William Shakespear that voices his frustration with with writing and new styles in poetry. Here is this week's article:

Overcoming Writer's Block
The best of us can get frustrated with writing poetry. William Shakespeare lamented his inability to change styles in his 76th Sonnet.


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Quote of the week:
"People have writer's block not because they can't write, but because they despair of writing eloquently." Anna Quindlen

Angela Saunders, Poetry Editor

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