I like poetry because it's a fun way to express feelings in creative form. It's also nice to read poetry and see how many diffent ways other readers find a message....
This is a difficult question to answer. Poetry changes with the authors; and, readers grow. I personally like the way a story is told within the structure of verse. Other people reject structure and verse altogether. Emotions are a common theme, perhaps people are looking for emotional feed back.
Because poetry make some fun in life it's also a beautiful way to express your words with different expression. I also like most poetry.
Poetry has many styles a poet may use to tell a story or express an emotion. Less words may be more poignant.when striving for beauty.
I did it because I felt like I had lost a lot of emotion in my life for various reasons and I wanted to rediscover it.
Perhaps because it always have been a way to express our inner selves openly. When you write poetry, or whatever you baptise as poetry, you let a part of you get out of the bag and free itself.
I like a story or a strong tone in poetry. I try to put some sort of story across in my poetry and I hope it comes across like that.
I like poetry that moves me to feel some emotion that I wasn't experiencing before reading the poem. A good poem (to me) can tell an entire story in a few stanzas. It will be rich in emotion, texture and give me a feeling of a quiet "wow."
Poetry carries you through a range of emotions or anything that a poet wants to convey, in few words but with solid impact.
by Nicholas Wolf 5 years ago
To the poetry writers out there... Why do you write poetry?
by Mark Hodges 6 years ago
most poetry is inspired by emotion and follows a theme directed by that emotion. colour also affects emotions,linking the two makes poetry come more alive and gives it depth so I label this as 'Psychedelic Poetry' would this create an extra slant on approved poetic style and bring the...
by couturepopcafe 8 years ago
A few months ago, Pratonix stated that poetry should be compact, in good form, and without spelling error. It was argued that poetry can be anything. I agree with Pratonix. Gushing emotion in poetry is as bad as gushing emotion in reality. It's uncontrolled. Poetry...
by The Demon Writer 7 years ago
What draws you to writing poetry over other forms of writing?
by Mike Pugh 5 years ago
Have you fallen completely in love with poetry writing? how or why?Writing a hub in conjunction with this question, and as an answer would be truly awesome indeed.
by marinealways24 9 years ago
Life in general, how often do logical decisions prevail compared to emotional illogical decisions?
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