Thursday, March 3, 2016

AMERICAN FARM SCENE, WINTER (a poem) by Patricia Crandall



Icicles
hang from rooftops
of an old farmhouse
and a leaning barn.
Skaters
spin around the ice pond.
A pair of horses
clip-clop over a wooden bridge
pulling a sleigh
homing two passengers.
Snow clouds emerge
depositing
spectacular snow-blanketed scenery.

The Rules of Grammar by Mary Deal

The rules of grammar are to, first, benefit a reader. Grammar is standard format to which good writers will adhere. Secondly, it provid...