Lyn Anderson : Writing

Free Form Verse -- The Ruin of Poetry?

Free Form Verse -- The Ruin of Poetry?

A Story by Lyn Anderson


A rebuttal essay to an author who shall remain nameless but who believes free verse is the reason poetry has lost its appeal in modern society
Rained out!

Rained out!

A Story by Lyn Anderson


Sometimes rained out can be a good thing.
distracted driving

distracted driving

A Story by Lyn Anderson


he is very good at driving distracted ...
their own rules

their own rules

A Story by Lyn Anderson


making up their rules as they go along -- beware, sex and strong language**
thumbs

thumbs

A Story by Lyn Anderson


a thought in the wreckage of my mind -- the story takes a dark turn ... *** caution -- sex and strong language.
"Can I get some of that?"

"Can I get some of that?"

A Story by Lyn Anderson


a little snippet of Jayne's history -- a book I am writing, and this just had to be written.
The Bee Sting (by my little blanket girl)

The Bee Sting (by my little blanket girl)

A Story by Lyn Anderson


This was written by my just turned 7 year old.
am I not allowed?

am I not allowed?

A Story by Lyn Anderson


sitting in a restaurant alone
Bully

Bully

A Story by Lyn Anderson


as an author I am trying to write from the Bully's point of view.
living with it

living with it

A Story by Lyn Anderson


a confession of sorts


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