If this is your description of writer's block, I wish I knew where I could buy your brand.;-)
Me, too. No lack of fire in these words. I love "paper dragons". "A poet's pyre" is brilliant.
Brilliant... the sonnet locks work for me.. :-)
Broken & torn, my paper boat has disintegrated in the water. There's practically nothing left, not even a partial poem...
I just can't keep saying "Wow!" but I do.
A little down here, eh Mom Zee? Cheer up, why not trade your paper dragon, in for a new crosscut paper shredder? Fire nor pyre, neither not needed...
Your poems are sometimes like perfect bite-sized desserts. Usually, after one, I want another, so I'll have to re-read some other sweeties. Thanks.
You'll need them as starter kindling for the logs this winter, eh?
Ah well, we all have those – and yet, you've outsmarted them after all, and roused them.
You're no paper dragon.
I've felt the same way about writing projects that just don't go they way I wanted. I love the phrase "paper dragon". It feels similar to the idea of a paper tiger, but with a touch more of the fantastical or simply even magical aspect we want our art to have.
Good description of pancake poems.
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