This is my attempt for giving suggestions/tips for; "How to write a poem?"
Happy National Poetry Month everyone.
The poem “Natural Invocation” is made with the help of words using anniversary, frank, flower and transition taken from website called "randomwordgenerator". The rhyming words associated with them; burglary, blank, shower and ambition are taken from website called "rhymezone".
I tried my best to write only one sentence using each word mentioned, keeping them in the end. I didn’t rush what I have to write. I took my time, constructing one line at a time and also having correlation of each line with one another. It is better to use a notepad (made of papers) to do the rough work as it provides more space for taking sudden ideas. Just start with something short. You can also just write four lines.
Now let's assume some scenarios. If two movies are using the same actors but their stories are different, would you associate the actions of any one of the productions "fraudulent"? Another example; you and your neighbor are buying bricks from the same seller to build your respective houses. Both the houses look different. Will the same kind of consideration should be questioned in this case as well?
Many people in this platform and in the world have a vast arsenal of knowledge to support what they want to portray, method of expression, use of terminology, elements of vocabulary, shade of literature, depth of meaning, flexibility of perception the list goes on.
In order to create something new in one way or the other, you are going to use the same resources everyone else is using. If you don't have those resources within you then there is nothing wrong with collecting those resources from the sources present around the globe.
After all, you and someone else both are going to use a pen. One could write to bring peace the other could write to bring chaos.
Feel free to use whatever means you require to establish, polish and maintain your creativity.
Never perform plagiarism, otherwise how would you discover your own identity?
Actually, you can't make somebody love you. You can't compel love, can't shape love, have zero control over affection, can't attempt to adore somebody into cherishing you back. It couldn't be any more obvious, the thing about adoration is that it's intrinsic. As youngsters, we don't need to be shown how to cherish we simply know. We aren't told to need to be held, to cry when we really want something, to make a meaningful connection with someone else when we see their grinning face. Indeed, even as infants, we long for consideration and fondness. We look for input from individuals around us. We need closeness, we pine for association.
Love is just wired into what our identity is, we are conceived searching for affection, needing love, getting love. Yet, some way or another, as we progress in years and fall into committed relationships, we fail to remember that basic reality.
We fail to remember that we shouldn't need to let individuals know what we want. We fail to remember that we shouldn't need to change ourselves to track down affection. We fail to remember that we shouldn't need to turn and curve and move around to make two individuals fit together. We fail to remember that adoration ought to be normal. #love#natural#relationship#writers @miraquill@writersnetwork@writerstolli