• Scribe Scribbles™ Blog

    A few words or many,

    Subject could be any,

    Rhyme or maybe free verse—

    See what is in Scribe's purse!

     

    Sincere Scribe™ writes to share—

    Her feelings free to bare;

    Poetry and, sometimes, prose—

    However her pen flows.

     

    © 2012 Sylvia aka Sincere Scribe™

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    Take your test today with confidence that Every answer will arise in your mind. Say to yourself, ...
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    Ambition requires action to move. Courage will help you to get into the groove. Taking steps...
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  • Bard Behind the Blog

    “... a bard is the heart and soul of the people; he is their life in song, and the lamp which guides their steps along the paths of destiny." Stephen R. Lawhead

    Sylvia aka Sincere Scribe™

    Poet | Author | Anthology Contributor | Lyricist

    Need inspiration? Sylvia L. Green aka Sincere Scribe™ is one for the mission. Endowed with creativity, she employs her God-given gift of penning poems that make people smile. She shares Robert Hatch's sentiments, "I love inspiring people and helping them reach their potential." Her love affair with rhyme began in her late teens when she accepted God into her life and ceased composing secular rap lyrics. She went on to publish two books, Unafraid to Dream and Gift of Life, contribute poetry to five Gumbo for the Soul anthologies, and have her lyrics accepted by Michael Jackson's niece, poet Yashi Brown, as a part of a mental health song collaboration. In her poem, "A Single Lifetime," she states, "If I can manage, to influence someone, a significant deed I shall have done."

  • What People Said

    Applause for Sincere Scribe™

    "I think this poem is universal, not just for the woman, but for all mankind. I applaud your charismatic abstraction on the personality of the misunderstood widow. Wonderful usage of irony and poetic verbal dancing!" —​Richard Walls​

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