2 comments on “A Quest

  1. Wow, this is really beautiful. The language isn’t gooey or sentimental or weepy, but strong and direct. Love it. (Theme sounds just like the self-searching poetry I wrote shortly after college. It’s a hard journey, but poetry is a fabulous way to explore it.)

    I’m not sure how I missed the poem you posted at LF, either. Comments got rather heated, I see. Yikes. It looks like we have a know-it-all lurking on the forums. Don’t you just love that kind of commenting? Sheesh.


    • Thank you! Spent two days on the poem, trying to craft it just right.

      I hope my responses to the know-it-all was appropriate. It just seemed strange and disrespectful to me to assume writers on a writing forum didn’t know their craft or the history of their craft. Seems better to ask what they know then try to guess.



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