Conditions of Use
Ok, so some tools that poets use would be their own personal experiences. Since I am a poet writer, this is something I can relate to. I write my poems based on my life and the feelings that I am feeling at that moment. other poems, like narrative poems, are based off of stories they might have heard or maybe even made up themselves. others tools would be what they want to reflect back to the reader. if the writer wants the poem to sound funny and make the readers laugh and have fun with the poem, then they have to think about what they would write in order for this to happen. as a person who likes to write and read poetry as much as I do, this subject was easy for me a little bit, and it also got me thinking of ways to make my poems more interesting and giving the feelings that I want a crossed to readers. some examples of a poem would be a line from the poem Sarah Stout Would Not Take The Garbage Out. That poem might exaggerate the consequences of not taking the garbage out, but it does get the point of how important taking the garbage out is.
Article posted January 23, 2012 at 11:20 AM •
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I write almost everyday, and would never give it up. My latest story so far that I'm working on is going to be called Wanderer, but it is not even close to being finished and once it is, i still will have to edit it. I have won a novel contest, which I am so excited about because then all i have to do is edit the novel, find an editor and get it published. I hope to grow up to be an author. I like homework and school, but I do not like the stress of it all, which i find kinda strange. I do not work well in groups, all my teachers and close friends know this fact quite well. My nickname in a Manga club that I joined, located at the East Pikes Peak library, is Silence which fits me pretty well.