can any1 giv me advise on how to be a better poem writer
think of something that matters to you and then make it rhyme....or blab on about random things....it's what i do
Spell correctly, and don't write a poem like you're phone texting.
LOL....I popped in just to see what a "pome" was.
*tiptoes back out*
If you can't write you can't
but to write poetry, try researching rhyme and meter
sometimes good poems come natural
esp when you're sad, mad, or just lost a loved one or lover.
write down your feelings, let them flow
and then tweak it to make it rhyme or look/sound better.
Read it alound and see what it sounds like.
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by mirajraha 9 years ago
does rhyming/lyrical poetry lost their charm?with all the freeverse ruling the market today?
by SLD 8 years ago
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by horizonz 17 months ago
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