On the Scrambled Eggs page you will find hints and suggestions as to how to make practical poetry work to improve your quality of life.
How we perceive the world is in our own minds. That is why poetry is an art.
How you perceive the messages in the poems presented here is indeed an artful thing.
No two of us will interpret and apply the messages in exactly the same way. It all depends upon our life experience and thinking abilities.
In addition there is no finite way, as in inches, gallons or pounds, that you can measure the value or degree to which these practical poems will help you deal with change.
How much the poems help you is a variable based on how much effort you expend and how patient you are. What may take you 30 days to engage and enable change, may take me 300 days or maybe more.
Our circumstances are not exactly the same, nor is our motivation to deal with the phenomenon of change of equal value.
The intent of the poems on this blog are offered as a guide. Hopefully they give you ideas, strategies, a ‘hand up’ to possibly copy the poetry formats used here in a way to create, develop and write your own poems that can help you help yourself and others deal with the daunting challenges of change, day by day.
In addition, this poet hopes these poems help boost your initiative and motivation to create ways of responding positively to change. In this way the quality of your life improves one day at a time.
Best of luck and just “keep-on-keepin’-on” in building your ability to deal with the challenges of change in your life.
Blooming Bobville principal tender of the Practical Poetry Garden