This week's article is great for poets and song writers. It is also a wonderful article for those who don't have a clue what it takes to turn a phrase in a way that touches and moves the reader in a new way. Using examples from Shakespeare, Glenn offers encouragement for those who want to express themselves through creative phrasing.
Here is the beginning of the article:
I love to study phrases. Songwriters and poets have my utmost respect because they can take a limited number of words and still bring about an incredible emotional response. In three and a half minutes they can pull you into a world that is memorable and connects on multiple levels.
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THE PHRASE TURNER
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