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If writing poems is all one wants to do then it's enough.
Being able to do what makes you happy is life at it's best!
It depends what your goal is.
In general no, you can write whatever you wish! I have prose and poetry in my hubs. Mainly poetry though, tempted to start on my autobiography too! So writing is limitless if you are publishing it in certain places.
It's enough if that's what you're into, like me
I have posted around 45 poems, which is 90% of my total hubs
My view count is shockingly good...but in general, poetry doesn't draw a big audience
cool I am bad at writting stories so I think I sticking to poems.
It's up to you. Some people are poets and some are authors, some can be both. I don't think that being one is a problem. It should be enough if that is who you are.
If that is what you like to write then yes that is enough. I like to do stories also.Mix it up a little
It is certainly enough for me. I write academic articles for a living but I can often be found neglecting my work to pen a new poem. When I write poems the words seem to flow out of me and I am never quite sure where it is taking me until near the end. At that point it is as if I am brought back into the equation to shape the final meaning behind the poem. I love the whole process. It always releases me and sets me free.
My partner is a poet, and poetry is the main reason my partner writes on Hub Pages. "Poetry is Life!" Wish I could write as good! So the Answer is - hell, yes!
by susan beck7 years ago
I'm interested in poetic process. I personally believe the real writing comes in the editing stage and that all first drafts, without exception, are abysmal. As a result, I edit and rewrite a piece...
by Victoria Stephens3 years ago
Hello, I have quite a lot of poems that I am considering putting on here. Any ideas what the traffic is like for poetry, does anyone read it anymore?It doesn't seem as popular as it use to be.Thanks.xxx
by Jennifer Arnett6 months 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 Linda Jo Martin7 years ago
Just wondering! I have a lot of old poems (I no longer write poetry often though I once did). I still write a lot of stories... especially flash fiction.I could put my poems and stories here on HubPages... but my main...
by Wesley Meacham5 years ago
How well do poems and short stories do on HP?I noticed a while back somewhere that HP staff had mentioned that creative writing such as poems and short stories don't do as well as informational pieces. I'm curious to...
by Kat Eyes7 years ago
How long have you been writing poetry? also do you write wedding poems..
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