How to write a poem about how you feel
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Channeling Emotion: One Way to Make Poems out of Feelings
In writing a poem, it is the ultimate goal to reach your reader- to move them, make them feel joyful, angry, melancholy, shocked. However, making readers emotional through poetry can be a difficult and daunting task. Learn how to evoke emotion from readers of your poetry in this article. To create this article, volunteer authors worked to edit and improve it over time. This article has also been viewed 8, times.
Summary: Wordsworth called poetry "the spontaneous overflow of feelings. We all have this abundance of raw material for writing if we could only harness it. She relives an intense feeling, focusing on one specific, moving situation.
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Summary : Wordsworth called poetry "the spontaneous overflow of feelings. Write Now Newsletter Get more great resources on teaching and writing delivered to your inbox every month by subscribing to our Write Now Newsletter. The poet William Wordsworth's words were my inspiration. Good poetry, he wrote, is "the spontaneous overflow of feelings" originating from "emotion recollected in tranquility" The writer must capture emotions experienced in a significant event, whereas in reality, our feelings may be concealed even from ourselves within untouched memories—they may be tugging at us just below consciousness, they may be intentionally hidden from public scrutiny, or they may be flowing freely with every word and gesture.
Show less Poetry that is full of emotion can be an effective way to connect to your reader and share your experience with them. You may try writing emotional poetry to get some of your feelings and thoughts down on the page or as part of a writing assignment for a class. Writing poetry that is full of emotion can also help to strengthen your writing skills and deepen your work. Once you brainstorm ideas for your poem and get a rough draft done, you may decide to polish the poem and submit it to publications or keep it for yourself. This article was co-authored by Stephanie Wong Ken.