Have you written poetry?

Estonia
March 13, 2007 12:27pm CST
I like to write, although I am not so good at it. But I think it is very important to express your felings and poetry is certainly one of the ways. Have you written any poems and did they came out good? Have you shown them to someone? And those, who haevnt written any poetry- sure try it!
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• India
15 Mar 07
I do not write any poetry but at times when i am alone in a good mood some versus will hit my mind and i will say it to myself but i will not write them.I do not want anybody to know my inner feelings,so i dont write them.
• Estonia
15 Mar 07
But havent you think that maybe sharing your inner feelings with other people makes your life easier. We are not made to hold everything inside of us. Let your feelings to be seen or atleast share them to someone special. Ofcourse I cant force you to write poems, but I really suggest you to give it a try sometimes!
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@Rexy_leigh (1189)
• Philippines
13 Mar 07
I do love poetry, same as you...i find poetry as a great avenue of showcasing your talent in writing and your emotions deep within... I love writing love poems and I have created quite a few of them. And the last love poem I have created was for my boyfriend entitled "The Love I Found In You"...I wrote it couple of days valentines...I had it printed out with our picture as the background and I bought a frame which really fit well to the size of my poem...then I gave it to my boyfriend as my valentines present to him... I was really happy then coz he love it and even his parents appreciate the poem I created for him. :)
• Estonia
15 Mar 07
Ow, it is really nice to know, that you like poetry so much. And I think it is very romantix that you write poems to someone you love. I would like to have someone like that as well. But I believe that he will come on day, and then I will certainly write to him too.
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• Philippines
13 Mar 07
honestly i never tried to write a poet yet.. but id like to give it a try... do u have any good of advice for me to start it up? I dont know how to write poet, i dont how or what to start about...?
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• Estonia
13 Mar 07
You should just take the pen and write down everything that comes from your heart. Later on you can try to put the words in right order, so they could make a rhyme. Its not hard, really, you should give it a try!:)
@Rexy_leigh (1189)
• Philippines
13 Mar 07
I do love poetry, same as you...i find poetry as a great avenue of showcasing your talent in writing and your emotions deep within... I love writing love poems and I have created quite a few of them. And the last love poem I have created was for my boyfriend entitled "The Love I Found In You"...I wrote it couple of days valentines...I had it printed out with our picture as the background and I bought a frame which really fit well to the size of my poem...then I gave it to my boyfriend as my valentines present to him... I was really happy then coz he love it and even his parents appreciate the poem I created for him. :)
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@selvi4184 (101)
• India
13 Mar 07
Well, i too love to write some poetry but lots of time i end up with mess so i planning to quit it so sooner.... who knows i may also become a good poet some day, lol!!!
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• Philippines
13 Mar 07
I used to write poems while in college. They must have been good ones because they all got be published somehow.
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• United States
20 Mar 07
I came in to this post looking for an interest in poetry, I thought mylot would have an interest for poetry... Hmmm, LOL I don't see the subject to be selected and I am a poet, and I do know it, and that's not all, I'll lead you to write one and all, a poem, or a song, you'll find the words, with in your heart, you'll carry a tune, that lasts all day long, music will never sound the same, you'll hear things you never heard before, listening will change. You'll be pleasantly surprised, the magic is inside. We all hold the key, The tune, the dream, a vision, the next edition... an addition, shall I begin?