Which poetic form is you favorite to read and why?
Which form of poetry is your favorite to read or write and why? Myself, I prefer sonnets to read or write. Some other forms are: epic, ode, tanka, limeric, haiku, free form, dramatic)
I love the discipline of Haiku...the clarity and conciseness...the purposeful use of dissonance in the 5-7-5 structure...the beauty of simplicity.
I like to read most forms Phyllis, maybe the ode or narrative but all poetry forms have their place. As you know I love to write rhyming poetry and limericks are especially fun.
I enjoy writing & reading free verse/modern poetry prefering imagery over formulated language.
by Michelle Liew 5 years ago
What is the poetic form that you enjoy writing in?Mine would be haiku, because I love the blending of words and imagery.
by northweststarr 8 years ago
Favorite poetic form?Which poetic form is your favorite to write in and why?
by couturepopcafe 7 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 Jennifer Arnett 2 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 Wayne Barrett 5 years ago
What is your favorite poetry genre?Do you prefer; narrative, satirical, inspirational...? it is hard to choose, but if I had to pick, I would go with what I most like to read and to write: speculative poetry.
by ShubeyThePoet 5 years ago
Hello poetic community!As some of you already know, I am new to Hubages and I'm a poet. One of the biggest things that sit on my mind as a poet is "what type of poetry do I write?" For the longest time i've felt so ignorant about not knowing my style and it still bothers me until I find...
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