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Breaking the Writing Rules

How writing rules can get in the way of your own writing approaches and cognitive styles.

I hope to present many of my poems in this way in the future — photo courtesy of pixabay

I have always been a rule breaker, it was how I survived my childhood intact, more or less, and especially education.

We were made into rule followers, or that was the intention. Those who followed suite were deemed more worthy than those of us like myself who just could not abide by rules unless they…

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Sylvia Clare MSc. Psychol

Sylvia Clare MSc. Psychol

Mindfulness teacher, poet, author of ‘The Well Mannered Penis’, ‘No Visible Injuries’, ‘Living Well and Loving ADHD’ ‘Julia’ and others.

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