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Thinking For Berky Analysis



Author: poem of William Stafford Type: poem Views: 11

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In the late night listening from bed

I have joined the ambulance or the patrol

screaming toward some drama, the kind of end

that Berky must have some day, if she isn't dead.



The wildest of all, her father and mother cruel,

farming out there beyond the old stone quarry

where highschool lovers parked their lurching cars,

Berky learned to love in that dark school.



Early her face was turned away from home

toward any hardworking place; but still her soul,

with terrible things to do, was alive, looking out

for the rescue that--surely, some day--would have to come.



Windiest nights, Berky, I have thought for you,

and no matter how lucky I've been I've touched wood.

There are things not solved in our town though tomorrow came:

there are things time passing can never make come true.



We live in an occupied country, misunderstood;

justice will take us millions of intricate moves.

Sirens wil hunt down Berky, you survivors in your beds

listening through the night, so far and good.






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| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest


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Dear Ms. Stafford:The hero that you wrote about in The Steps of a Hero, gave me my first job 10 years ago and to this day, his kindness to me and my fmliay, particularly during long absences from work because I wanted to spend as much time with my wife before her passing is still something that those of us who work for him still talk about. But, it is a story you will never hear him tell. Several months ago, this man reached out to several of his contacts in the publishing world and asking all of us to read this blog. I just wanted you to know that when you are ready, feel free to reach out to me. I work exclusively in a genre that does not cover what you write, but I can provide you names of editors at Random House and Penguin Press that would be interested in speaking with you.On a side note I just wanted you to know that he talked about you at a business meeting and many of us who have known him for many years still can't believe that he spends so much time asking people to help others (when it does not benefit him in anyway something you don't find in this business) so, as a favor to him, whatever you need, just let me know. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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Hi Kristy, That is wonderful that you are thinnikg of starting a blog. I am definitely not an expert, but here are a few things I have learned: -Center your blog posts around one central theme. Let readers know what you are about through that one theme. This way readers know what they can expect when they come to your blog. It is hard to build a brand if the blogger is jumping around from topic to topic. My central theme is grasping what matters in life. All my posts have to do with that theme. In addition, it is something I am passionate about. I chose to write what is on my heart and be honest in my writings. Readers want a blogger who is real and authentic, someone they can connect with. -Write consistently. The first year, I published 3 times a week. As my writing obligations and speaking engagements increased, I posted once a week. My readers can rely on me and know I will once post each week. I think writing one good, quality post a week that is well thought out is more effective than writing several rushed posts. -Try not to get discouraged. If your goal is to grow a community of readers, know that it takes time. Just keep writing and reaching out to other bloggers to get your name out. Be prepared for criticism. When you put yourself out there, you run the risk of being criticized. If you believe in your message and feel like your blog is serving the purpose that you intended, then it doesn't matter what other people think. Best of luck in your new endeavor, Rachel

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest




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