(See also “Poetry is for the Ear” and “When Backwards Newbie Poets Write.”)These tips will help you make an important transition: Before you begin, ask yourself what you want your poem to “do.” Do you want your poem to explore a personal experience, protest a social injustice, describe the beauty of nature, or play with language in a certain way?
Once your know the goal of your poem, you can conform your writing to that goal.
(Some ideas for brainstorming: What does the season look, feel, smell like? 3) Write a poem about something that happened to someone you know. What does it look like in different kinds of light, in different situations? 10) Write a poem using all of the following words: moth, angle, cloth, tangle. I am sure I will go back frequently to review them for reference during many of my future writing projects. " - Jenny Jacks "It was a nice journey for me to be able to write in answer to your e-mail lessons.
11) Write a poem that tells the story of a specific love affair or marriage. Being able to post the answers on Word Press is exciting.
(Some ideas for brainstorming: How does the color make you feel? ) 14) Write a poem about a place that frightens you or a place where you feel happy. 15) Write a poem using all of the following words: exquisite, visit, glisten. It was of good value to me as it got me started thinking more deeply about my characters.
16) Write a poem about something or someone you lost. I don't have a lot of time to write, working two jobs, but I am doing the ten-minute exercise with each lesson, and each evening, trying to get in the habit of sitting myself down to write...Obtain feedback on your work, join the Forum, and share your feelings and comments with other members. By providing links to other sites, neither approves of, endorses, or gurantees any information, opinions, or products found on those sites. Here, you'll find HUNDREDS of creative writing prompts for your poetry.no longer contributes any meaning whatever to the tenor.It provides neither the vividness of a fresh metaphor nor the strength of a single unmodified word….Creating something is a powerful form of self-expression, and it can impact other people. It can be found in the beauty of nature, the relationships that surround us, or the hurt that is within us.When we allow the creative side of our brain to take over, we never know the beauty that will come from it.Because clichéd writing sounds so familiar, people can complete finish whole lines without even reading them.If they don’t bother to read your poem, they certainly won’t stop to think about it. You may even end up with a line you feel is good enough to put in a poem!You can showcase your own poetry, rate, and comment on other's poetry as well. If you are visiting Creative-Poems, explore the site and consider becoming a member!It's friendly, it's fun, and there's something for everyone! Join in and improve your writing skills by posting your own poems! Use of this site is subject to certain Terms of Service rules which constitute a legal agreement between you and