This is all more confusing and less confusing than it should be. I’ve decided to set up shop here for awhile as I’m extremely exhausted from dealing with the cyber-spam that my Blogger account seems to have attracted. Hopefully, this will be a quieter, more comment friendly atmosphere. If not, I can’t say what will happen.
So, welcome to my new home here at WordPress. I still haven’t quite figured everything out. I believe that will take a long time. There is more and less here than than at my previous blog. I certainly aim to be more impersonal and writing conscious with my posts, although I’m not certain I’ve the ability.
That said, I was thinking about repetition and how it applied to poetry, so I looked up fractals and poetry to see what was available. Here is one link that caught my attention and another. Here are the interpretations.
Of course, here there are subsequent questions about the use of fractals, but I’ll leave the questioning up to you.
Here’s a link to a picture of the teens that I worked with doing some poetry for a few hours at the Teen Writing Experience. They were an awesome bunch of kids.
Welcome to your new home. May it be more and less.
Thanks Leona. I certainly hope it is.
It’s a lovely home, Tracy.
By the way, I bought The Art of Salvage by Leona Theis at McNally on our way through Saskatoon last week. I look forward to reading it.
Cool. I’ll have to find one here. Congrats Leona!