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am a young upcoming writer and a nursing student and need a place to write for,that can help me earn!
well yes and no...
no1 first off you have to work at it like a job...write every day...
no2 like going to school read as many poets as you can all your life and little by little you learn little things...
no3 walk around with your eyes open, don't laugh, people are so busy they never see that thing that has beauty or pain in front of them
no4 practice practice... some of your work will be good, some bad, some ugly - ugly is generally good, a poem is always better if someone somewhere does not like it
no 5 submit submit - start early and submit your poems to newspapers, magazines and competitions... a lot of the time you will get rejected but do not notice send out 5 more tomorrow
no 6 keep records - where you wrote the poem, what you were thinking about, the date written... years after you start people will ask so this is important
n07 keep your scribbles and early works some day they will be valuable
no8 is this what you really want.... to be a poet and to record what you feel and share it around
no9 do not do it for the money, there is no money in it and anyway money is a form of poison... especially for poets
no 10 believe in yourself... if you really really want it then do it and every single day do something about it, do not sit in a fat chair and say I Wish or do not say If I... go and do it, a little every day... day by day...
good poetry can be learned, but great poetry comes from the soul.
Learn to be a good a poet by reading and writing as much as you can, and maybe one day you will find that your mind stops writing as your heart takes over...
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