Friday, September 09, 2016

Rules of Writing (Part One) - a poem about writing

Rules of Writing (Part One)
Greg Pincus

There are many rules of writing,
But here's one that's a myth:
You can never end a sentence
A preposition with.

It's true. I mean, it's true that it's a myth. That's something I'm sure of. I'm also sure it's Poetry Friday here in the blogosphere, and you can check out this week's roundup of posts over at Amy's amazingly awesome Poem Farm.

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JoAnn Early Macken said...

I enjoyed the way the poetic assertion goes out of its way to break the rule--and so does "something I'm sure of." Fun!

Matt Forrest Esenwine said...

This poem definitely gives you something to break out of the rules with!

Lee Wind, M.Ed. said...

so fun! thanks for sharing... and I hear there's a new book of yours coming soon!

Mary Lee said...


(Good to have you back in the roundup!!)

Ruth said...

Fun one!

Molly Hogan said...

Thanks for the smile!

Amy Ludwig VanDerwater said...

Totally giggling! I hope you write a ton of these, Greg!

Charles Waters said...