Of Tuesday... in A Day in the Life

  • Jan. 18, 2022, 12:43 p.m.
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I have more poems to put in my journal. Most of my poetry deals with either the beauty of nature, or of my life’s course of events, that affected me in one way or another.
My case manager is going to take me grocery shopping, but not until next week. I have food on hand, but will be glad when I can get to the grocery store. My case manager is also going to assist me with the enrollment process for the waiver program. I am beginning to think that it entails a lot more than I imagined. Hopefully, my case manager will be able to help me with this.
Bear thought that there might have been something wrong with his tablet, because it would not hold a charge. As it turned out , it was the adapter, that was causing the problem.
It is sunny, here in the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia, sunny and very cold.
My hope, is that those of you whom read my poetry were able to derive a certain degree of enjoyment from my poems, or that perhaps you could relate to some of them. Poetry is not for everyone, and it is not always easily interpreted by all. There is much “poetic language” in poetry. Similes are comparisons, usually beginning with the words “like” or “as”.
Metaphors give human characteristics to non-human persons and things. Assonance is using the same consonant at the beginning of a word or phrase, consecutively. Alliteration is making reference to someone from the past, in your poetic work. A poetic license more or less means that any style is permitted in the writing of poetic literature. For example, my style is Shakesperean. I have to go. More later.

post script : I had to go. I had a pharmacy delivery. Thank you.

Last updated January 18, 2022

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