State and poem
Write a list poem. Where the Deer Were by Kate Barnes It's always hard to form a true picture of what's happening, isn't it?
Well, here goes some scribblin' that's a little past due, But I reckon I'm always a-thinkin' 'bout you. I can't see their faces.
State and poem
Write a list poem. When it lifts once more, I see nothing over there but a hollow in the long grass like the places where deer have been lying, and the only thing I hear is shallow water making excuses to stone. But I ain't ungrateful, I just can't see Such a hullabaloo 'bout a cowboy like me. Through divine television I caught the dedication And heard some tributes by a mighty swell nation. Perhaps they are fighting—very evenly. I've been readin' the papers in my own little way, And I see where you messed up my last birthday. I wish you had erected a memorial to peace; We'd be happy up here if war talk would cease. List as many images of Ball State that you can fit into 75 lines. Write a letter-in-verse to an incoming freshman about life at Ball State, and about the legacy you would like to leave for them.
Poetry Contest Guidelines The creative writing program is looking for poems with expressive and diverse imagery. Write a poem about how members of the Ball State faculty have inspired you.
That journey began during the Mississippi Legislative session. Write a letter-in-verse to an incoming freshman about life at Ball State, and about the legacy you would like to leave for them.
December 30, According to the Library of Congress, while 42 U. I always called Claremore a big little town, With guys like Mort Harrison and others around.
Perhaps those sounds are groans of pain. Write a call and response poem. Perhaps they are fighting—very evenly. Her poetry, however, lives on, known to readers by its intimate tone, its attention to nature, and a third characteristic she once said was common to all poetry: "the trancelike effect of language artfully used. It will then go to the Tourism committee. It's late summer, a misty day, but warm. Once the poem hopefully makes it out of committee, both houses of the legislature will have to pass it. Difficult to know what's what. I can't see their faces. But I'll tell you the part which touched me the most, And it ain't like me to speak up and boast. When it lifts once more, I see nothing over there but a hollow in the long grass like the places where deer have been lying, and the only thing I hear is shallow water making excuses to stone.
She is encouraged because the committee has contacted her about coming to read the poem during the first couple of weeks of the session, which begins next week on January 3.
People who heard or read the poem encouraged her to see what it would take for it to become the official state poem. But, dern you, I love you, I guess it's my pride That chokes me all up and hurts me inside.
But I'll tell you the part which touched me the most, And it ain't like me to speak up and boast. The author s give s permission to Ball State to publish the entry in print, on the Web, and in promotional materials if the entry is selected as a winner or finalist.
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