Krishna

Krishna

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Montreal, Canada
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About Me

I joined the Cafe on April 14th, 2008.

I've always liked the slick interface of Writer's cafe, it's poetry brought to the masses indeed. There are a lot of supportive people in this community, which makes it a pretty safe place for a poet to play around. If you look hard enough, there are plenty of people who probably write like you, which is a bonus.

I try to write every day, and while I don't post on here that often, every now and then I like to encourage new writers and read the works of some of my favorites on here. I hope you find this place, as peaceful and inspirational as I do. All the best,

Krishna


Some words that would describe the schools that have influenced me the most are:

Metaphysical (e.g. John Donne)
Confessional (e.g. Plath)
Mystical (e.g. Aurobindo's Savitri)
Surrealism
Symbolism
Romantic (e.g. Shelley)
Women poets in particular (e.g. Restoration poets - Aphra Behn)






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Posted 11 Years Ago


thank you so much dear friend, for your kind review

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Posted 11 Years Ago


Thanks! I hope I write for a long time too. Lately I've been working on developing my short story and novel abilities... I find it easy to focus and be creative for the amount of time it takes me to write a poem; but it's a challenge to focus on something longer and more intricate, and still keep it interesting at every word. But I'm having fun and learning a lot ;)

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Posted 11 Years Ago


Thank you for your kind review. The words must have meaning and logical progression for me first in preference to the rhyme but I find that rhyme comes easily to me, so I use that gift to further enhance some poems. I have written free style as well but I love a good rhyme as long as it does not sound forced. I HATE a forced, cheap sounding rhyme. Thanks for the friend request as well, look forward to reading more from you.

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Posted 11 Years Ago


How come you're thinking of retiring?

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Posted 11 Years Ago


Thank you very much for reading my stuff! And, thank you for your kind words. I am not as active on this site as I have been in the past, so I would join your group, but I might have a hard time keeping up to date with challenges or topics, etc...
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