Is enjambment supposed to be pronounced with a French accent?
What do you do when you unpack a line and can’t figure out where you thought you were going in the first place?
Is a metaphor just a simile with the “like” or “as” taken out?
Is it true that some great poems were written in ten minutes?
How many times have I used the words ”wrists” and “shimmer” over the course of the last 40 years?
Didn’t I already write this a month ago?
Should you really keep reminding well-meaning friends that they’re called stanzas, not paragraphs?
If everything is a metaphor, then what’s a poem a metaphor for?
Why do words like “bucolic” and “trenchant” always blow their own tone?
How come a good poem sprouts flaws the minute you read it loud to someone else?