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I like the idea of keeping a notebook handy when reading. Like Like.

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Nice post Josephine, I like the examples of different readings of line of the same poem. I have several notebooks on the go which can be confusing.

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Probably too many but compartmentalizing in this way fits with my brain! Thanks for commenting. Like you I always carry a small one but I also have multiple notebooks for different subjects. I keep a personal journal online private and also dream journals that are in long hand. I scribble down prose and poetry, citations, ideas for future blog posts, doodles, mandalas and small drawings in my notebooks.

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Yes, using private blogs is a good idea. You are commenting using your WordPress. I remember sitting in school on a hill above Belfast watching the ships move up and down the Lough — it was always a way out for me rather than an entrance, the horizon always somewhere I could never reach. Love the PS poem!!! It would be an interesting survey to see if the poets that use the sea as a recurring metaphor all had experience of the sea in their childhood… For me the sea always meant holiday! Someone wiser than me once said that poetry needs to be of use, and I try to keep that in mind on the ocean of the imagination, choppy though it can be at times.

Thank you, Kim, for posting the poem, and for your scrupulous and insightful introduction.

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I loved it. I treated myself to Unsent recently and do urge others to read these poems.

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