Eve Redwater, Taking Poetry to the Next Level!

Captain Jace over at “The Captains Blog!” has so very, very, very kindly produced an article about me and my work! Words cannot express how wonderful this makes me feel, especially after these days of self-doubt! Thank you so, so much Captain! Please everyone, I’d love if you’d take a peek at his wonderful blog; there’s insight, mischief and giggles to be had with every post. He’s a real rising star!


8 thoughts on “Eve Redwater, Taking Poetry to the Next Level!

  1. Associate Jingle

    Without realizing it, you’ve named a great verse… or stockroom title.

    If only Santa had…….

  2. Words carry the most power and impact than anything next to God Himself. We can make or break the heart of a person. We can crush or heal a person all with just the words we utter. The art of words is by far the oldest art form of all, and the most honorable if we speak words that feed the readers.
    Your poetry, though I may not always understand have a enough power in them to give me a feeling. Like I can hear you trough feeling rather than the comprehension of the the words. Which is one more example of the power of words.
    Hugs, xx

    • So true Deb, so true! You’ve really captured my interest in words here you know. There’s a little quote I’ve written in the right sidebar of this blog, that sums up how I feel about them (words) quite adequately! If I can give you some kind of feeling through my work, then half of my battle is all ready won. πŸ™‚

      Thank you so much for this!

  3. I couldn’t agree more with you. Sometimes I doubt the statement, “A picture is worth a thousand words” as it sounds more like an exaggeration to me. The fact is often words are more powerful than pictures, especially when they are combined in such a way that is aimed to be powerful.

    And writing poetry, due to its compact nature is truly the most difficult skill of writing. I believe so. Well done on having this skill beautifully resonates in your lovely blog! πŸ™‚

    Warm regards from Down Under,

    Subhan Zein

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