How to write a poem about someone special
This is a great starting point.
How to write a poem about someone you love
Understanding Poetry First things first — do you have to understand poetry in order to write poetry? A crossword or a sudoku. But she also thought, hey, those were my plums! So how do you choose which is best for your poem? Such was the life of Aunt Carol. While such a poem may be accurate, it runs the risk of getting boring and monotonous fast. People use italics too much in poems to mean This is really, really deep. Listening to your sexy voice while your hazelnut Eyes swallow me up like a McNugget. Everyone loves a bit of nostalgia. Yeah, it sounds corny, but the best poems are the ones that come from your heart. I just looked that up. For imagery, the poet may choose to compare himself and his partner to the sun and the moon — a classic but nonetheless lovely image that has been used by poets for centuries. Meanwhile, if you have more poems than you know what to do with, why not publish them?
This is what you learn during Poetry Month. Plus, before I forget, I want to thank Tammy for letting me use her poem on here.
Although rhyming is frowned upon in many snobby circles of elitist poets, you can rhyme if you want to. For instance, Carol was born here; then she went to school here; then she did this; then she did that; etc.
You dick! Bringing yourself into it.
However, take a step back. We poets go sashaying along, perpetually 17, lost in wonder at the ordinary, astonished by streetlights, in awe at lawn ornaments, bedazzled by baristas releasing steam into milk for the lattes. If I am the moon, then you are the sun, shining hot and bright, And I wait in darkness for your light to shine my way, Turning always, for the days when I am covered in your light. Think of words to describe how they make you feel, so you can use them throughout your poem. The answer is both yes and no. Instead of saying explicitly what faults Aunt Carol had or avoiding them completely, Tammy does something very artistic: She brings in the luna moth, which is a metaphor for Aunt Carol. The first step is: Imitate. Tammy avoids this by including a couple details that make here think of her Aunt Carol. A great place to start when you want to begin writing love poetry is with a creative writing course.
I also have a very deep sexy voice. I think sometimes we imagine that we have to say a lot to get people to like us. She has to climb somewhere safe to let her wings harden before she can fly away.
You just need to be you.
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