The churning current spins,
The roaring water crashes,
in one grand parade of power.
Wow! I love this! Your active verbs are so expressive, they captivated me!
I would like to use this as an example of good use of active verbs and also how
you can make such a powerful impact with a few words for my students in my
“How to Write for Fun and Profit” online home study.
I don’t see a way to contact you.
Would you contact me?
I would appreciate it.
Keep up the great writing!
Hi Sharon! Sure, you’re welcome to use my little poem if you’d like. Your home study sounds fabulous! My e-mail is email@example.com. So good to hear from you!
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And the tongue is a fire, a world of iniquity
out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks
minding the miracle of the moment
Embracing grace in the mess of life
a serving of the sacred beautiful in the ordinary everyday