Poetry Matters

I Like To Blend Poetry & Song Lyrics

The Makings of a Lyrical Poetess

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My close readers comment on the lyrical nature of my poetry. I rarely conform to traditions, and mostly, play with pop music allusions, rhyme, rhythm, imagery, wordplay, and repetition. Often, I end up embedding an allusion to a well-known song in the poem, or I write the poem in a musical manner.

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Poet | Teacher | Sex Positive Feminist | Top Writer | Editor: Put It To Rest & iPoetry. (BEd, MA) | Casa de mi Corazon: A Travel Journal of Poetry & Memoir.

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Lindsay Soberano-Wilson

Lindsay Soberano-Wilson

Poet | Teacher | Sex Positive Feminist | Top Writer | Editor: Put It To Rest & iPoetry. (BEd, MA) | Casa de mi Corazon: A Travel Journal of Poetry & Memoir.

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