How To Set GoalsA Lesson by Kelsie Eileen Stark
How to set goals for your poems.
First thing's first. You need to set goals. It will help you along the way, and it will make your poetry more beautiful and unique.
The goals are different for everyone, depending on their style of writing and the genre.
You don't need to write them down, just remember the little things.
Create questions - (and answers if wanted) - for the reader. Set a mood, (romantic, dark, horrifying, ect.)
And finally, stanza helps alot. Top off the poem with alittle personal charm. Create a stanza, that you think would be applied to the poem. And Example:
Fall time is here,
Time for sorrow.
Birds fly North...
Well, I hope this helps.
Thanks for popping in. :D
Added on November 6, 2010
Last Updated on November 6, 2010
Kelsie Eileen Stark
AboutOnce upon a time a young, but an old soul wanderer, started wondering what the earth and He had in mind for her. She once became lost in her past, future forsaking her intellectual being. Heartbea..