Sunday, January 22, 2017

Time

By Gary Boutin

Poetry 

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Time


1.Getting ready
2.Set the day
3.30 minutes
4.E-mail
5.30-minutes
6.Blogs
7.60-minutes
8.Reading
9.30-minutes
10.Television
11.120-minutes
12.Talking to customers
13.30-minutes
14.Hour with God
15.Dedicated time
16.Take the time
17.Hear His voice
18.In the morning
19.Schedule time
20.Worship music
21.One year bible
22.Journaling God
23.God's redeems
24.God's scribe
25.Meet with God
26.He renews us
27.Scripture encourages
28.God you are there for me every day
29.I follow in your footsteps
30.I listen to your words
31.I am living the life you want me to
32.Losing one job is like loosing the battle but God is there holding on to you.
33.So this may be a bad day, but you will fear no enemies or death within His arms.

Written By Gary Boutin

Vocabulary and Definitions:
What is a Cinquain and how many lines does it have? 

Answer: A cinquain has five lines.

Line 1 is one word (the title)
Line 2 is two words that describe the title.
Line 3 is three words that tell the action
Line 4 is four words that express the feeling
Line 5 is one word that recalls the title

 

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    Saturday, January 7, 2017

    Vocabulary and Definitions



    What is Abecedarian poem? A poem having verses beginning with the successive letters of the alphabet.

    What is accentual meter? A rhythmic pattern based on a recurring number of accents or stresses in each line of a poem or section of a poem. The information above was obtained by Jim Nasium and his web page is here.

    What is allegory? A representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning. Sometimes it can be a single word or phrase, such as the name of a character or place. Often, it is a symbolic narrative that has not only a literal meaning, but a larger one understood only after reading the entire story or poem. The information above was obtained by Jim Nasium and his web page is here.

    What is Abstract Language? Words that represent ideas, intangibles, and concepts such as "beauty" and "truth." The information above was obtained by Jim Nasium and his web page is here.

    What is a Cinquain and how many lines does it have?  A cinquain has five lines.Line 1 is one word (the title). Line 2 is two words that describe the title. Line 3 is three words that tell the action. Line 4 is four words that express the feeling.
    Line 5 is one word that recalls the title. Obtained from Poetry Forms




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    My Inner Person

    By Gary Boutin

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    My Inner Person


    1.He's male
    2.Fits me
    3.An advisor
    4.Help me
    5.Focuses me
    6.Whispers
    7.“Not like that
    8.The other way”
    9.“Screw in first
    10.Not the washer”
    11.Figure things
    12.Detailed
    13.Get the job done 
    14.Perfect for me
    15.My inner person
    16.Like music
    17.Enjoy your inner person,
    18.He/she will get through tough time
    19.Have conflicts
    20.Get along 
    21.Don't gossip
    22.The secrets in our hearts


    Written By Gary Boutin

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    What is accentual meter?

    Answer: A rhythmic pattern based on a recurring number of accents or stresses in each line of a poem or section of a poem. The information above was obtained here.
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      Wednesday, December 21, 2016

      Census Week

      By Gary Boutin

      Christmas



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      Poetry



      Census Week


      1.It was Census Week
      2.The night of Christ’s Birth
      3.Many trials all Inns were closed
      4.One Inn was willing to use the Cave
      5.Joseph and Mary were in the hay
      6.Mary was with child
      7.Time was nearing
      8.Joseph, the Inn keeper, were preparing
      9.The birth of the King of Kings
      10.These walls were silent
      11.Waiting for the special moment
      12.When stones would cry out His name
      13.This cave was Dry, Clean, Strong, and Thick
      14.The Walls were as solid as God’s promise
      15.Jesus was born to an orchestra of heavenly music
      16.Jesus giggles at the Stone in the Cave
      17.Blessed the Save and the World

      Written By Gary Boutin

      Definitions:

      What Is Christmas?

      Answer: Christmas is about celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Christians acknowledge Jesus as the Savior of the world.

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      Halloween

      By Gary Boutin

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      Halloween


      1.  A ghost
      2.  A lad
      3.  Twenty years
      4.  His face
      5.  Long and narrow
      6.  His frame
      7.  Thin
      8.  Lean
      9.  Muscled
      10.  His face
      11.  Gasping for air
      12.  His lip
      13.  Closed
      14.  His eyes
      15.  Sunken
      16.  Split seconds thoughts
      17.  Late father
      18.  Same build
      19.  Thin
      20.  Young
      21.  Good times
      22.  No responsibility
      23.  Its Halloween
      24  Ghost came back at night

      Written By Gary Boutin

      Vocabulary and Definitions:

      What is an Acatalectic?
       
      A verse having the metrically complete number of syllables in the final foot. 

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        Publishing Listing

        By Gary Boutin
        Alphabetical order

        • A Little Poetry: A periodic in print for 20 years. A Little Poetry is an ongoing electronic publication, updated as work is accepted throughout each year. This site has been online since 1996 and currently receives an average of 8,000 unique visitors per month.
        • Acorn: Journal of contemporary Haiku. Submissions will be read during January/February and July/August only.
        • Alaska Quarterly Review: Alaska Quarterly Review (AQR) publishes fiction, short plays, poetry, photo essays, and literary non-fiction in traditional and experimental styles.
        • Algebra Of Owls: A Yorkshire-based poetry e-zine publishes one poem every day.
        • Best Poems Encyclopedia: This anthology is published once a year.
        • FFP Poetry Forums - Family Friend Poems: Every 30-days they accept poems. Plus the web page has many tools to help the poet.
        • Pif Magazine: Click here for guidelines. The Pif Home Page. Anthology
        • Poems Encyclopedia: Submission is free and open to any poet or author and Poems must be original.
        • Ploughshares: One winner in each genre per year will receive $2,000 and publication in the literary journal. Entry to the contest requires a $24 fee, which is waived if the submitter is a current subscriber. Subscriber fee is $35.
        • Poetry Foundation: Link directly to the guideline page. Payment rate of $10 per line with a minimum payment of $300, and $150 per page of prose, for first serial rights. 
        • Poets & Writers: Learning lab, children and young people poetry and a mobile app. Digital subscription: Subscriber fee is $35.
        • Rattle: Contributors in print receive $100/poem and a complimentary one-year subscription to the magazine. Online contributors receive $50/poem.

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