Poetry in Fiction, Samples – Slumming in Paris Part Three, Boys & Girls in Paris

In a recent post about a new painting ( https://felipeadanlerma.com/2019/01/29/deciding-when-my-painting-is-done-part-4-discoverng-and-painting-a-story-woman-in-moonlight/ ) I mentioned a creative similarity to painting with writing fiction & poetry, something I’d written about six years ago 🙂 Here’s an excerpt, and then the reblog which can direct you to the full article – thanks so much! (smiles) .

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excerpt –

It’s kinda ironic that, the strength I see most in each, is in its context.

The fiction excerpt has much more power in its context within thousands of other words to give it associated meaning.

And the poetry rendition of that excerpt, gains its power, from its opening to whatever it is the reader brings to the lines. Isolated from everything, except the reader.

I like both. 🙂

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Adan

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Poetry in Fiction, Samples – Slumming in Paris Part Three, With the Children
Boys & Girls in Paris

Third in Series, Poetry in Fiction

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Pictured Left : “Slumming in Paris, Part Three” – 24,912 Story Words.

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“the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a body of thought that works toward integrating various topics, yoga, fitness, and the arts – it’s a process…”

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Poetry in Fiction, Samples – Slumming in Paris Part Three, With the Children

Boys & Girls in Paris : Chapter – To Notre Dame

Please note, this post was updated Jan 29, 2019 🙂

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Linked to dVersePoets OpenLinkNight # 120, hosted by Joseph Hesch

Joe discusses his own search and methods of capturing inspired creativity :

“Lately I’ve been wondering about making a verbal note into the recorder of my iPhone. It’s bad enough, though, that I look back…

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