February 27, 2013
I Fight with a pen
Try to live by your own word
And write with the sword
Filed under Poems
Tagged with haiku, philosophy, poetry, thoughts, writing
About Sean LynchSean Lynch's work is crudely balanced between the visceral and cerebral. Lamont B. Steptoe has described Lynch’s writing as having a precociousness that is “observant and compassionate”.
Hi Sean–I’ve had a terrible time trying to get through WordPress. I signed on once and then everything got lost. I’ll try to sign on again. I talked to you in the bookstore–I wanted to post a comment about the play, the one about the boy and girl sitting by the river. I think it could be performed. the dialogue is good, also the details, the smoking,her texting etc. I’ll try to grt to the site and post a fuller comment. Alex
Alex Marshall right? I wrote down what you said about the other story, I’m going to implement your advice, I hope to see and speak with you again in the near future.
Yah, pen is mightier than the sword.
I wanted to expand the banality.
Humm! Well done. ;-)
It’s quite simple, I thought of it while walking home from work that night.
You should rap. You’d do well with rhymes like the ones above.
Sometimes I do freestyle with my friends, but I’m not very good.
Neither am I, but it never stops me.
Oh, I’m glad my comment got through. I typed too fast and there are typos in some of the messages I sent.
It’s quite alright, this isn’t a very formal site.
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