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POETRY (sense).

Updated on September 24, 2014

It pays to make sense in writing.

Gosh! I love to write.
Oh, how I wish I am
versatile, to be a writer
of any and all types;
but my, I am not.

However, I am still a
writer, and my specialty
is not in prose, but
purely in poetry, where
your imagination counts.

You see, there is no guess
work in writing a poem.
It is either "It" or "It Isn't";
and there are no two ways
about that, or around that.

If there is freedom in the
writing profession, that is
where you can find it; in
poetry. Your verses must
be short and simple.

The topic doesn't matter,
if you can make sense out
of it. When you are done
writing a poem, you can't
stop reading it over and over.

"Wow, did I write this?", you
will ask yourself. "It is so
understandable, even a baby
can understand it", you will say.
Yet, it must make real sense.



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      Eric Dierker 2 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      I can make no sense of what you just wrote ;-)

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      owurakwasip 2 years ago

      I am only pointing out the freedom in writing a poem, compared to writing an article or a book. However, psychologically, it will be difficult for many people to grasp the idea behind the poem, because they will not read it (poem) more than once for them to notice it (idea).

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