Tag Archives: Writing

‘Die Slowly’ by Pablo Neruda

I just don’t want to lose the enchanted as it finds its way to me so I am going to start archiving beautiful writing on this site…    Die Slowly   He who becomes the slave of habit, who follows the same routes every day, who never changes pace, who does not risk and change the […]

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‘A Clear Midnight’ by Walt Whitman

A Clear Midnight by Walt Whitman THIS is thy hour O Soul, thy free flight into the wordless, Away from books, away from art, the day erased, the lesson done, Thee fully forth emerging, silent, gazing, pondering the themes thou lovest best. Night, sleep, death and the stars.

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What does your handwriting say about you? (Infographic, Visually)

What Does Your Handwriting Say About You? (Infographic)

What it says about me, could be cause for concern… ;0 infographic courtesy – Visually.

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7 Deadly Sins of Article Writing

The 7 Deadly Sins of Article Writing for the Web

Great writers read for perspective and ideas.  Here is a new perspective on how the capital vices can turn into web writing sins. Sloth Don’t be lazy, edit every little detail. We’re putting this at the head of the pack because it just might be the most important detail in crafting a triumphant portfolio of writing.  Edit and proof […]

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt with Harry Hopkins, 1938

55 Grammar Rules

Franklin Delano Roosevelt is regarded as one of the very best speakers of all time – largely due to the positive, inspiring and influential nature of his speeches. To be a great speaker – in public or among few – you must master inflection, posture, eye contact and tone just as much as vocabulary, message and rules […]

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