12) Write a poem in the form of a message or letter to your future self. I had not done that before taking your writing class.
13) Write a poem about the color red or another color. I plan to take another of your e-mail class, either the 8-week descriptive or the new poetry class." - James Sciullo"Thank you so much for putting together this writing course.
(Some ideas for brainstorming: What does the season look, feel, smell like? 3) Write a poem about something that happened to someone you know. What does it look like in different kinds of light, in different situations? 10) Write a poem using all of the following words: moth, angle, cloth, tangle. I am sure I will go back frequently to review them for reference during many of my future writing projects. " - Jenny Jacks "It was a nice journey for me to be able to write in answer to your e-mail lessons.
11) Write a poem that tells the story of a specific love affair or marriage. Being able to post the answers on Word Press is exciting.
Analysis of Form and Technique If I could take a brush and paint the mountains and the moors, I would splash the hillsides yellow and cover them in gorse.
I'd take the finest needle and the darkest thread of green And sew a line of bracken along the landscape.Sorry, but the browser you're using is no longer supported by Fiverr. For a secure, optimal experience please update your browser. General Creative Writing Tips [ Poetry | Fiction ]If you are writing a poem because you want to capture a feeling that you experienced, then you don’t need these tips. Only you experienced the feeling that you want to express, so only you will know whether your poem succeeds.If, however, your goal is to communicate with a reader — drawing on the established conventions of a literary genre (conventions that will be familiar to the experienced reader) to generate an emotional response in your reader — then simply writing what feels right to you won’t be enough.Clichés can be overused themes, character types, or plots. When they see a work without clichés, they know the writer has worked his or her tail off, doing whatever it takes to be original.For example, the “Lone Ranger” cowboy is a cliché because it has been used so many times that people no longer find it original. When they see a work full to the brim with clichés, they feel that the writer is not showing them anything above the ordinary.A work full of clichés is like a plate of old food: unappetizing. (In case you hadn’t noticed, this paragraph is chock full of clichés…I’ll bet you were bored to tears.)Clichés dull meaning.(Some ideas for brainstorming: How does the color make you feel? ) 14) Write a poem about a place that frightens you or a place where you feel happy. 15) Write a poem using all of the following words: exquisite, visit, glisten. It was of good value to me as it got me started thinking more deeply about my characters.16) Write a poem about something or someone you lost. I don't have a lot of time to write, working two jobs, but I am doing the ten-minute exercise with each lesson, and each evening, trying to get in the habit of sitting myself down to write...