And neither have I wings to fly.
I love this line; it's beautiful, and so full of TCE possibility!
Oh! An epic! Gah, it's such a pretty line my head might explode with possibilities. I was thinking yesterday: how pretty would a novel be with every single sentence oozing with poetic goodness? By George, it's called an epic! May is actually National Epic Writing Month. Guess who's getting a head start on ideas?
Are you kidding me? Epic Poetry Month!!! Sign me up for that head exploding thing too.
Argh, let me cradle my brain and protect it from the explodey-ness :P
I agree, this line is beautiful. I have so many ideas for this one!Who knew there was an epic writing month? Wow. That's beyond imagining, to me. lol. Very awesome. You guys doing it then?
I don't know about Trisha and Madeline, but a 5000 line poem in 31 days is a little too ambitious for me right now. But I definitely admire anyone who is going to try it.
Um, yeah...no. hehe. I do poetry, but it's only ever non-epic. ;)
I concur with the rest; that line is positively bee-yoo-ti-ful. This should be fun. :P
Too much time and zeal results in the most absurd challenges accepted. So I guess I'm writing a 5,000 line epic next month. I've never written one, so it might be a train wreck, but live and learn. (And in my case, perhaps fail. But hopefully succeed!)
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