Just wrote this poem after reading others poems on here and felt compelled to write this tell me what u think?
The Poetry Effect
The words in the lines
Weaving through to make a rhyme
Through the ever leaving time
We pass into the future
Emotions, words in poems
Your heart on your paper
The times of your life
The ink in your pen
Passes to the paper and the past
So we pass also, writer and reader
Moving forward through these lines
Writing words sharing life
The words pass to the reader
For a moment two beats are one
As we read their heart
Heartbeat on paper
Beating on and on
Through time and through others
Carry these words on our paper
Suggestion by notsohardtofigure
not bad,could use more feeling,keep at it.
Suggestion by sahara
Suggestion by Jacee B
This is great. I think it’s pretty deep, the connectedness of all that is required to create, whether it be a painting, sculpture, poem and how it effects others.
A question about the reason for disclosures for financial statement readers?
Is APB Opinion 22, on the disclosure of accounting policies, important to financial statement readers in determining:
1. whether accounting policies are consistently applied from year to year
2. whether the working capital position is adequate for future operations?
I think it may be 2, but I’d like to hear from someone that knows.
Suggestion by capwest5a
It’s 1. Accounting policy disclosures are about telling stakeholders what policies are being used by the company, not about financial analysis like determining what the working capital or the financial position of the company is.
Can I ask submitted works on my website to be released under Creative Commons?
I run a blog in which readers can submit their own satirical news stories, which I then publish everyday.
I was wondering whether I would be able to ask submitters to release their work under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license, so that I can publish their work and possibly make profits from my blog in the future (through advertising).
Thanks in advance.
Suggestion by jslinderml
You certainly can notify you posters that their works will be covered under Creative Commons. As the site owner, you set the conditions, its their decision whether or not to post under them.
Is it better to rush through a story?
Or is it better to know all the details. I’m writing a story it takes place in the future. In the beginning the scientist talks about her life, and how she became interested in science.She also talks about how the future came to be. I wondering should I skim through this idea or go through it in details. The last story I wrote someone told me the events went by too quickly. How do you determine this, and what to get rid of. I don’t want my reader to get bored.
Suggestion by miseinen04
Make sure your reader has enough information to know what is going on.
It’s definitely not a good idea just to simple speed through parts of a story. If you want to speed through them, you might as well just leave them all out!
Suggestion by â™†Katniss Everdeenâ™†
Rush the first draft if you want. You can always go back and beef it out a bit — meaning give more info for the reader’s benefit and not just to drag the story out. You’ll probably have about 5 drafts before your final one. Maybe more. Depends on the writer.
“She also talks about how the future came to be.”
This is a sign that you may need to reread and make sure that this part hasn’t turned into an info-dump. Make sure to show more than tell, and that when you do tell you don’t “info-dump,” basically.