Two: What's it Going to be About?A Lesson by Writing Cherry Blossom
What is your poetry piece going to be about?
So, you've figured out the poetry types. The next part is: what is your poetry about? Are you going to write a tearful, love poem, or a rolling-on-the-floor laughing poem? Well, part of the answer may already lie in the poetry type you've picked. For example, if you decide to write a haiku, high chances are your poem is going to be about nature. If you write a limerick, it should be funny, not sad. If you write an epic, a story plot is best. Another big part of it is the mood. If you're writing about Dying, a funny poem would not be appropriate. You can either write funny poems or sad, it's your choice. I prefer sad poems, because I find them easier to write, but if you have a funny personality, than maybe consider a funny poem. Either way you choose, be sure to pick one that you'll enjoy writing, not cringe in frustration!
Added on February 26, 2013
Last Updated on February 26, 2013
Writing Cherry Blossom
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