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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.
by SLD8 years ago
Ok so I don't really know how to get started around here, so after reading a few topics I figured I should just go ahead and post something. I have absolutely no idea what qualifies something as poetry, as I didn't pay...
by Nancy Hinchliff5 months ago
Which do you find the hardest to write: prose poetry or rhyming poetry and why?
by horizonz9 months ago
What is the difference between poem and rhyme?
by mirajraha8 years ago
does rhyming/lyrical poetry lost their charm?with all the freeverse ruling the market today?
by Cara.R6 years ago
I have wanted to write a poem, however, are there any rules? Do the rules of grammar still apply? Or is it a 'free for all' with words?
by mohitmisra9 years ago
GIRLSWhy in the world did you make girls?Some so beautiful my head I have to twirl.Does she know in me she creates a sensation?I have started thinking of the word creation.So many around so gorgeous,My mind seems...
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