Rod Aparicio

Teach the game in verse

Published 11 days ago • 1 min read

Friend-of-the-list and daily emailer Kevin Freidberg sent this message "Teach the game in reverse".

And I read "Teach the game in verse", which also makes absolute sense, since his writing sounds like that to me (do go check him out).

You can think of how you share your thinking in a sense of poetry —verse.

Trying (to see) that will push you into some boundaries: space, time, ideas.

This will get to be more on point on what you wanna say.

And without the need to fill in the things with tons of pretty words, but the important ones with that element of surprise that will make it matter.

And if poetry doesn't sound so cool, you can try music. :)

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