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Dear New Poet Friend,
Modern poetry challenges traditional, tired monologues.
My advice; make your writing energetic, eccentric, and eclectic!
Explore exciting words that reinvent the world in new colors.
Your reader wants an unforgettable experience in their otherwise ordinary existence. “Shake the norm and create a storm.” Take a walk and look at a tree. Become the tree. Experience it in a new light, and then write. Describe the tree in breathtaking poem, and compare it to that of a rose! Who cares? Anything goes! Do not see the tree, see the living creature that has weathered many storms.
If you can change your reader’s mind, do it. If you are persuasive, use that talent. Imagine changing just one person with your unique perspective. Write from experience. If you are familiar with your topic, it will be reflected in your writing.
Share your emotions, whether they be those of love, happiness, fear or doom.
Invest your whole being into your words, not just your surface thoughts.
Most of all, take words and twist them, then present them as new.
To my life, poetry has brought a sense of calm and clarity of purpose. It has changed the way I view my surroundings. I have become more aware of beauty and also the ugly truth. I wish for you, new poet friend, the same or perhaps, better.
My favorite themes are:
1) Fantasy or fairytale romances
2) Summertime, sunshine, and beaches
3) Living life on a farm
My favorite reference sources are:
Favorite poems that I have written include:
“The River Rock” (Pantoum)
“Hi Jack” (Rhyme)
“Burlap and Satin” (Lyrical)
“Plucked for You” (Triolet)
“Beautiful Transaction” (Free Verse)
“Man and Woman” (Concrete)
My accomplishments include writing gossip articles for an online simulation game, and being former Editor in Chief for Artlixir Poetry (formerly Writer’s Universe). One of my poems “The River Rock” will be featured in “Upon Arrival,” to be published by Eber and Wein. I am currently authoring my first suspense novel “10:57,” and my lyrics to “Burlap and Satin” is in musical production phase.
My suggestion for a title would be:
“Tips for Your Pencil Tips”
(Advice on Writing Modern Poetry)
Contest: Tips for Modern Poetry to Budding Poets of All Ages
Host: Line Gauthier
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