Why I Love Writting

Mon, 07/01/2013 - 02:13 -- K9901


A poem is very much like a person. A poem can express happiness or it can express sadness. A poem can be quick or it can be slow. But however you look at it, each person can relate in their own way. Relating to other people's lives and listening to what they have been through is one of the many reasons why I love reading poetry. Poetry is not just one form of writting, it is a way to express feeling. I, personally, love writting about thoughts that I keep to myself, or about what I would imagine other people thinking. I love how when you first finish a poem and you go to reread it, it seems to have more than one meaning. The mind wonders into different outcomes or possibilities that the author is talking about. A poem in the form of a person may be hard to see. Just think of it this way: each person is different, and special in their own way. Ways that you and I may not see, but at least one person does. As people we judge, and we may not like every single poem that we read. I certainly don't. We judge ourselves, and poems are words that express and judge eachother. I guess what I am trying to say is that I love wirtting because it brings another person out of me and I love the feeling when you words tell a story relateable to everyone in some form or another.


MVP-Most Valuable Poet

poetry is universal

everyone experiences life in one's eyes-its about seeing beyond one's reality

it's important that as a community we make a connection

your poem diversifies aspects in terms of the importance of why you love to write

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