A Poem by writ rajat

Tension is an inevitable aspect of life

Tension is everywhere ,
in the environment like air,
reason behind writing these line in red,
you can find it in space,
and also inside your bed,
To avoid it try the following steps,
because I am writing it in blue,
do not consider it completely true,
Now the font color is green,
in my life many tensions I have seen,
 finally I am coming to the point ,
here I can't treat any pain in your joint,
for next line I am choosing the color red
because after publishing the poem I will fled,
for reading the first step you have to close your eyes,
 wait!... then how will you read ,
don't worry I will tell you what you need,
step 2 is very simple ,
after reading this you will show a dimple,
so bring out a pen and paper ,
if you have a baby then change his or her diaper ,
make a list,
and close your fist,
beat the written things.
go to your bed because I am going to sing,


© 2017 writ rajat

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Wise advice shared. I liked the steps shared in the poetry for reading. I use notebook for the original. I liked the use of notes. Helpers later. Thank you for sharing the amazing poetry.

Posted 11 Months Ago

writ rajat

11 Months Ago

You need to look into the conventions of structured poetry. The idea is that the rhyme is the perfect line to express the thought, and just happens to rhyme.

There's a LOT more to writing it, which you're not addressing, like stanza length, prosody, and more. So a bit of time spent digging into the conventions of poetry would be time well spent. After all, you can't use the tool you don't know exists. And as the great Mark Twain so wisely observed, “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”

A really good place to begin is with the excerpt from Stephen Fry's, The Ode Less traveled, on Amazon.

Not what you were hoping to hear, I know. But poetry, like fiction is a journey, not a destination. And in our schooldays we learned very little about the process and tools of the field.

The good news? You can learn them as easily (or with as much trouble, I suppose) as the writing skills you learned in your school days.

Jay Greenstein

Posted 11 Months Ago

I love the feelings this writing evoked. Like a whole life in a nutshell... Tension is a nasty uninvited guest that keeps popping at the door...luckily, there are ways to combat it, and writing and singing is one of them :) Lovely :)

Posted 11 Months Ago

Intelligent writing.

Posted 11 Months Ago

That was a wonderful read :)

Lovely just lovely

Posted 11 Months Ago

it isn't the words or their color that is most important, it is the feel provoked by the words..it is the colors inside that we feel from them.

Posted 11 Months Ago

Amazing, outstanding, beautiful......
Beyond imagination...

Posted 11 Months Ago

writ rajat

11 Months Ago

thanks dear for kind words
Anshuman Aryav

11 Months Ago

Thank you for writing this beautiful creation bhai...
writ rajat

11 Months Ago

welcome learn something from it and tell

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Added on October 3, 2017
Last Updated on October 3, 2017


writ rajat
writ rajat

patna, bihar, India

I study in St.xaviers college more..


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