Learn the basics of writing a creative poem today.
It's no doubt that poetry writing entails creativity, making it one of the most feared art activities. And for that reason, the main purpose of this book is to help you take away many of your bad beliefs about poetry writing and teach you how to write effectively, with the well use of vocabularies, metaphors, and similes. Actually, after listening to and putting into use the poetry writing skills and secrets described in this guide, you will discern that writing poems can be done easily. You will keep on learning new skills and also remember that getting these skills and techniques is something to enjoy.
This book will build your confidence and make you become a productive poet and know how to write great poems like a professional. It doesn't matter which path you have chosen; if you want to be a proficient poet, this is the best teacher for you. It is never too late for any dream to be accomplished, regardless of your choice; these tricks provided in the book will help you come out as a champion.
It is a well-documented book suitable for anyone who wants to increase their poetry productivity and efficiency, both at school and home. This book will help you comprehend all the basics principles needed to start and write your own poem. It involves a different type of writing styles, tips to writing a good poetry, use of metaphors, concrete words, and the importance of revisiting your first poetry draft. It will provide a step-by-step roadmap to help you overcome your fear and present your writing skills with confidence.
Here is a preview of what you'll learn....
- Why choose poetry
- Writing materials
- Different methods to writing poetry
- The act of writing poetry
- The sound of poetry
- Proofreading and re-writing
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- Susi Moffat
How to Write Poetry
I really struggled with this audiobook- the narrator speaks quickly, and mispronounces a lot of words. The speed of speech makes it difficult to tell examples from advice, headings from content. There is also a lot of info before an example is given, again making it hard to follow. Finally, there is a lot of filler- the first five chapters. I’ve never heard a blurb, introduction, AND contents page read in an audiobook before, and certainly never the copyright information.
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- Livia Andrei
Not the best ebook
This has nothing on how to write poems. It feels like an English grammar and phonetics book for 12 year olds. The examples given were off, didn’t seem they resonated much with poetry.