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Emotion isn’t only sorrow or enjoy or grief… happiness and elation are emotions too. Humor is actually a great way to convey emotions to the readers of your poetry. When you are stuck on a poem, try taking a break and write about an opposite emotion instead – be silly,http://fortuneproducts.com/wordpress/hotfreerun3.php, be funny, and the individual who reads your poem can have an emotional connection to that too. Very good poetry does not have to be esoteric and morose.

Good poetry does not have to rhyme, however, if you do rhyme your words, don’t stretch too far to try to make them rhyme. For example, if 1 would have to change the standard pronunciation of a word in order to make it rhyme, this is not good poetry – with the exception of humor poetry, which sometimes forces rhyming as part of the really humor of the poem itself.

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Use the proper words and meanings. Just because a word sounds interesting or rhymes with another word, that doesn’t mean it is okay to use it if the meaning of the word doesn’t fit with what is being stated. After all, poetry is more about the meaning than about the reading of it – a word may sound very good, but if the poem makes no sense, who cares? Get yourself an excellent synonym finder online or a good thesaurus and look up interesting or even archaic words that mean what you want to say, but never throw a word in there just since it sounds excellent if the meaning is skewed. Again, humor poetry is an exception, and sometimes utilizing words intentionally incorrectly might be the point of the poem if it really is meant to become humorous. I adore ‘play on words’ poetry.

When writing poetry, esoteric poetry is great, as long as the reader can get a sense of what you mean or can connect and find a meaning all their own. A poem that makes no sense and leaves the reader wondering, “What was that about?” is genuinely not very good poetry. The reader doesn’t have to understand it from your point of view,http://www.eestiautogaas.ee/freerunmallau.php, but they need to become able to feel something or understand it from their point of view.

Take a look at how the poem looks on the page. Are there some lines that linger out longer than others? Does it look choppy or have a weird flow towards the lines of the poem? In fiction or non fiction writing, how the words appear on the page is pretty much standard, but in poetry, how the lines flow, the ‘shape’ of the poem is sometimes as important as the poem itself.

Think about how the words flow, the meter and rhythm of the cadence. Does it have a beat, a pulse, a pattern? It’s not required, but when you read it, does it flow well? Read your poem out loud and see if your voice rises and falls naturally with an excellent ebb and flow.

Okay, after all I’ve stated, this 1 will seem to contradict – emotion isn’t enough! I know, I have mentioned over and over to become emotive and make us feel something, but truth is, your raw emotion is not something with which I can connect. Write your poem based in and infused in your emotion, but do it in such a way that I can feel that emotion too.

Human beings like twists. We don’t always want to know what is going to happen next. Poetry is a story in verse form, and it should have a ‘plot’ of some sort that we can see. Use irony, metaphors, analogies – tell us a story, and let us be sucked into it. Make your poem a condensed short story and give us a superb ending to our short word journey.

When writing poetry,http://www.kaytlyne.com/fitfreeshoes.php, steer clear of utilizing all caps or toggling between upper and lower case. This does absolutely nothing to appeal to the reader and actually detracts from the visual imagery your words are supposed to convey.

The 1st thing you most know about poetry is the fact that there’s no set of ‘rules’ for poetry. Even though there are some recommendations for certain kinds of poetry, such as a haiku (that is written in seventeen-syllable verse form, arranged in three lines of 5, seven and 5 syllables), most poetry tends to become cost-free verse. Some of it rhymes and some of it does n

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