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Loren, I love the combination of title and photo. Thank you. đź™‚
Frost and I thank you, Keara.
I have been reading some of your poetry in the past few months and this one says something to me. I write a few lines of poetry myself and dedicated one to a brother recently who upon listening to it advised me not to tear them any more as they are my creations.
And I agreed, for the urge to put my thoughts into writing is my way of constructing the reality I experience as well as of what could be. It is my way of deciphering order and meaning out of chaos and meaninglessness.
Thank you very much. I’ll try them and let you know the result.
Could you please advise me on what options would be ideal for me to put my poetry on the web without much hassle. I have tried wordpress this morning and does not seem to be getting anywhere. Thank you for your attention.
I think Blogger is the easiest site to begin with, Laide, even though I prefer WordPress myself.
I actually started with Blogger many years ago before Google took it over, and it has certainly gotten much better since it was taken over.
It’s easy to register and easy to get started, yet it has the power to change if you decide you want to change something in the future.
I have been on blogger and registered but couldn’t get a simple template to just word process. Can you help please?
I also noticed you did not respond to any of my comments on your blogg, why is that?
Did you start by reading this?
It gives you most of what you need to know to get started, but it will definitely take some patience to learn something totally new.
I’m sorry but I don’t have the time to reply to every comment, but I did reply to two of them.
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