A poem about being present and recognizing that everyone is more than one thing.
If you're a writer or filmmaker, you need to be thinking about color. The colors we see shape how we think. Colors are emotions. This article helps writers begin to think about how they should bring color into their own work.
A poem about how we see ourselves vs. how others see us.
This poem imagines the mind as a chaotic museum filled with projections.
This article aims to teach you how to select the right word for the right line in your poems by analyzing the use of phonemes in "Sappho 31" and Bob Dylan's "It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)."
A poem about processing the death of a lover and the way grief changes over the years.
An analysis of how three natural elements—smoke, trees, and water—are commonly used in poetry as metaphor.
Learn how to use white space to add emphasis, dimension, and emotion to your poetry.