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I too am not a bit tamed — I too am untranslatable;
It Might as Well Be Spring . . .
or maybe it is, so many love poems keep appearing in the blogs. Love poems are some of the hardest poems to write, or so claimed W. H. Auden. Here are a few classics that have inspired poets and lovers over the years:
A few suggestions: use concrete, specific images to show your feelings; avoid sing-song "roses are red" type rhyming; try to say something fresh and new that gives readers a new insight — or even a laugh.
America's New Lightning Rod
To learn more about him and his poetry, watch the video:
Write a poem of 4 to 9 lines containing the words "mustard," "piano," "elastic," "moat," "notorious."
Or, if you prefer, use the words "dimple," "horseradish," "wipeout," "organic," "cell."Read more ...
Alliteration refers to the repetition of initial sounds of words, assonance to the repetition of vowel sounds within a word, consonance to the repetition of consonant sounds within a word, and rhyme to the repetition of both vowel and consonant sounds, especially, but not necessarily, at the end of a line.Read more ...
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