[Bards] Just introducing myself...
marie.adams at visionoflove.net
Mon Jul 7 10:25:30 PDT 2003
I believe poetry is usually accepted in bardic circles, just as readily as
songs or stories. However, I think songs and stories are a bit more
popular, maybe because they're sometimes easier to write and perform.
(however, get other opinions besides mine; I've only been a bard for 2
years, and am just saying this based on observation) I myself am not too
fond of performing poems, probably because writing them isn't easy for me,
and I love to sing. I do like to hear poems, though, if they're good ones.
Welcome to the Bardic Hams of the North! hee hee
On Sun, 6 Jul 2003 Fitzmorgan at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 7/6/2003 2:26:03 AM Central Standard Time,
> born2bonstage at yahoo.com writes:
> > Greetings fellow bards...
> > I am Brenna O'dempsy, and I was just wanting to introduce myself to my
> > fellow bards... I love to sing and tell stories and I would like to consider
> > myself a poet, and YES, I too am a horrible ham... I have a question. How well is
> > poetry excepted in the bardic circle? Most of what I hear are songs and
> > stories... I would love to hear from all of you... Thank you.
> > The Gypsy Brenna O'dempsy
> > Born2bonstage at yahoo.com
> As with most bardic it is welcome if it is entertaining and
> appropriate. Poets are well respected.
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