everyone's still arguing their opinion and making plan to attack and i'm just smoking a cigarette with the local drunk on a coffee break i've overstayed and i'm speaking my honest truth. there's not a lot to people, really, just a desire to be heard, respected and i get that; i respect and i hear and people listen if you do the same for them (most of the time) and those some times are worth it. people have a lot more to show than they pretend. they don't really need as much as they want. i want people to stop freaking out about each other. i need people to love each other and we need people to love each other. we all agree on that, don't we? down at the core we need something real and we're all chasing it, aren't we? we all want a piece of that pie for sure (i'll take mine with a cup of coffee and a fresh rolled drag, thank you). -Charlotte Griffiths
"..I definitely recommend this book for any poetry lovers, regardless of what style you're into - it seems he has a knack for any kind - and more so recommend giving his article a read to help understand his process and, as a result, his work, better. This is a great first-time experience of Armitage's writing/poetry and speaks volumes for his craft and honest voice in all stages of his life. For a collection of this size and consistency to come from such a modern poet, we must all pay our respects to this CBE!..."
The original home of Australian writer, Charlotte E.E. Griffiths, WritersCafe.org is an online social community for writers of any style. Gaining Charlotte success in print in 2015, her first poem was published as a winning submission from a contest online at WC and she has not stopped reviewing, writing and recommending it to fellow artists since. Her work can be viewed on her account but, similarly, your own work can be submitted and managed completely free. Friends are easy to make on WC and there are constant on-going contests that might win you just a badge on your profile or, maybe, some profit and/or publication. It's worth a try, right? (note: C. E.E. Griffiths used this on a locked school computer - we would like to recommend this for school students but also do not know if it remains an unblocked site. here's hoping!)
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