After you write a poem. After all, we can call ourselves writers if we write, so if we write a poem can't we call ourselves a poet.
I don't think it necessarily means that we have to be published or famous.
As soon as you write a poem and feel comfortable with it. Whether anyone reads your poetry or not, you're still a poet. Just keep writing.
by Mike Pugh 8 years ago
Do you consider yourself to be a true Poet?If so please explain what certifies you as such, you can draw from your writers experience here on Hubpages, or from your true life on the ground of writing for the shear love of poetry. (No spammy answers though with links or the likes.) Note: The purpose...
by Cindy2011 12 years ago
How comfortable are you to call yourself a writer?I've noticed when socializing that people expect me to have published a book if I'm calling myself a writer. It leaves me feeling awkward, then annoyed at myself not being more confident in myself.
by HandGun 11 years ago
What is your favorite Poem or Poet so far this year on Hubpages?
by Jubin Thapa 8 years ago
What remark does the poet make about rain in the poem 'Life' by Charlotte Bronte?The poem RAIN by Charlotte Bronte
by B.C. Hollywood 11 years ago
Do you refer to yourself as a writer?Do you think it matters (when calling yourself a writer) if you have never been paid for your work? I have written poetry and short stories since I was a teenager, admittedly with a break of a few years, and I now write a blog and some hubs. I consider myself a...
by mmeff1949 13 years ago
I am a published poet, but I am working on writing a book, how would one find a ghost writer to help
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