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A FEW POINTERS FOR WRITERS OF POETRY ON RHYME ZONE

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  • #16
    Bowled300, That is great advice from your friend. Please invite him (or her) to become a member here.

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    • #17
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      • #18
        Hi Kurlman, Thanks for this post with some excellent suggestions. I'd like to offer two more. Take your poem for a walk. I print a copy and pull it out of my pocket every mile or so and read it. I am always amazed at the things I notice and the ideas that pop up when I am I am out for a walk and away form the computer. Goethe called himself Der Wanderer, the hiker, and a suggestion does not come from a much better source. Second, memorize your poem. I find that if I have difficulty memorizing a piece that it might be because it is not very memorable, or that it does not flow.





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        • #19
          Saharmarlu
          ( I hope I spelt that correctly ).

          Has written some excellent advice.

          Especially in being able to MEMORIZE a written piece.

          For me?
          I'm a song writer / whom orientates towards RHYMES.

          Poetry ( in my opinion ), doesn't need to always rhyme
          Verse for verse.

          Whereas Rhymes do.
          ( in my humble opinion ).

          But poetry is an EXCEPTIONAL ART FORM....

          I find for my own personal capacities that,
          Memorising Rhymes usually helps to REFINE the piece.

          So I think that Saharmarlu's advice is spot on.

          Cheers to all.

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          • #20
            GOOD ON YOU!!!

            I think it's fantastic that you INSISTED & PERSISTED
            in using a computer... MORE POWER TO YOU!

            So good on you for that!

            Thanks for your pointers on writing.

            You've made me VERY HAPPY in mentioning these pointers
            Because I must be doing?

            SOMETHING RIGHT....

            In the sense that I've practised many of your pointers
            For a very long time already...

            This does NOT MEAN I AM BOASTING!
            I also have much to learn.....

            But it's great to see that many of the things I do,
            In relation to writing RHYMES, are on your checklist.

            I have much room for improvement.
            But I realise that for me?

            I'm a RHYMER....
            Being a TRUE POET, is a great talent.

            And EVERYBODY IS REALLY GOOD AT SOMETHING...
            But I'm not a poet, and I know it 😀

            Thanks for your useful tips & sharing them with us.

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