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- clean in thinking
- sincere in expression
- respectful to the canvas of the imagination
Capt Semant "Sentimental"
personally the poetry comes out of urge to express deep emotions . i never could set up a poetry . and even if i did try i myself never had an inspiration to read back .
I write what comes from my heart, no "formula" just passion for what I am writing. My writings are typically based off of what I am experiencing emotionally (usually when I'm at my darkest point in life). I just let it come to me or out of me.
I love simple poetry, matches my mind you might say, hahaha
I write poetry on absolutly any subject, but all written in my simple way.
However I do appreciate everyones work.
Poetry is a very personal art I never go for any formula and it is usually what strikes mnd what I want to express and in what way at that perticular time.
Absolutely, if you always write from your heart it is a formula for success!
My initial formula is a strong emotion. I just go where the emotion takes me and worry about editing (if I think it's worth it) later. Some will say that you need to wait until that emotion passes so you can handle it objectively, but it seems like you would risk losing the essence of it. Needless to say, I don’t usually do much planning out beforehand when it comes to poetry.
I love to do poetry and which i feels when i was sitting alone in my room then i write poetry from my heart and this is the best formula of writing poetry.
Yes....know more about your subject than you plan to write about in the poem. This will give you choices and allow you a broader match in terms of words and phrases employed in the poem. It also helps with the rhyme if the tool is employed in the verse. WB
I never plan anything I am going to write...I just let my mind and my emotions take control...I also take my notebook everywhere I go...just in case I get an idea that pops in my head...I even keep it next to the bed...I have been known to wake up in the middle of the night with an idea! haha...and I usually edit as I go, sometimes...since I am such an english freak about spelling....
I love to write acrostics. It challenges me in creativity and linguistically. But sometimes I find I'm inspired to write prose. I also like long poems.
I write what I know something about. I take time to tap into memories and unlock their key. I let the words come to me rather than seeking them out. I try not to try too hard. I find somewhere quiet. I write.
by Jennifer Arnett6 days ago
Does anyone have any tips for beginning to write poetry?I haven't written very many poems in my life. It's just not something I'm good at, but I would like to get better. Thank you!
by libby19706 years ago
What subjects do you usually write about?I love to write about many subjects! Self help and animals! My degree is in Biology/Chemistry so I love to write about that as well! so what subjects do you usually write about?
by Wayne Barrett5 years ago
What do you enjoy reading and writing most; poetry or prose?Do any of you enjoy writing prose but prefer reading poetry...and vise-versa?
by Kat Eyes7 years ago
How long have you been writing poetry? also do you write wedding poems..
by The Demon Writer6 years ago
What draws you to writing poetry over other forms of writing?
by jay2jay17 months ago
What's your major inspiration for writing poetry?
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