How to Write Poems Like a Pro
Many people believe that poetry is a pure book, a form of writing. They’re somehow fine, but there’s so much more to poetry than eye contact! I see poems as statues of texts, or a kind of art rather than just words.
You see, poetry is designed to help listeners. You write more than words, you do more than agreement or flow. Your reason for writing poems should be based on your emotional needs, and your poems should be full of emotions and feelings!
The real secret to writing poetry as a professional is to write what you feel is right, to write down your deepest thoughts, full of deep emotions, penetrating. Breathe deeply as you write. It senses emotions that you would normally not experience, such as feeling immersed in the imagination of the Earth as the vast expanse of space around the sun. You can visualise what cosmic perception really is like, or what true unity is.
The key here is to write down what you feel. Poems are about showing off, letting go, and poetry is definitely about human nature and our place on earth! You have to put yourself in your poems, imagine yourself living as a sculptor and think carefully about what it takes to record a real one.
In a literal sense, poems are words, but they are not limited to writing. Poetry is a form of art, poetry is the art of words. Poems should be written to express them.
Poetry is not just rhythm and rhyme, because not all poems should have rhyme. But all poems must follow a certain pattern, such as songs written and recorded. Even if the poem does not have a rhyme, it should repeat the same structure throughout the clip. An example would be this pattern: A-A-B-B-A.
A poem must do more than just agree. If your poem has a rhyme, make sure the rhymes make sense (unless your poem is meant to be nonsense, which is a real genre). Poems should not have a random order, they should come in full circle, and they should not break their pattern or style from one line to another.
But if you do not intend to be an expert, or just want to write poetry for your own enjoyment, there is nothing wrong with being an illiterate poet. Finally, you should take this article as advice or guidance, rather than as a rule of thumb. Write how you want to write!