Write a poem about goals
Poems about achieving a goal
Only way to know is to show your work to a larger audience and not just those who already read your work, or within a click. Revise the ever-living heck out of it. For example, a lyrical poem is actually a song. Big, Biggest Love, Jeff Gaines This was written a very long time ago at a moment in my life when I was feeling exasperated and frustrated about all my efforts seeming to end up fruitless. Often people will applaud poems by people they know or that is family, regardless if it is any good. All the while it's a waiting heart because it's a yielded, led heart— a heart which doesn't run ahead of the LORD but willingly, quickly to the LORD— a heart that though eagerly anticipating each twisting turn, next horizon and changing path keeps its eyes fixed not on the scenery but forever on the Shepherd because it's a heart persuaded that He alone is the Great Reward for which it has always been looking. Sticking to a strict rhyme scheme can severely limit your word choice and creativity. Maybe a parent or a mentor has encouraged you to reach for something great. That being said, there are different attributes that you should learn if you want to know how to write poetry well regardless. Sometimes lack of support from family members or simply lack of a certain physical or financial standing prevents us from achieving our goals.
Form of a Poem The form of your poem is the physical structure. Listening to your favorite radio station is just like hearing a collection of your favorite poems being read to you with some background music.
What emotions do you think you will feel once you have achieved your goal? The people in our lives including our friends and families have an impact on us and our decisions, so maybe someone you know achieved a certain goal and then you wanted to do so also. If your poem seems long-winded to you, imagine what that would be like for your reader.
Poetry helps you to connect with emotions in a tangible way. Thank you all for the warm comments, camaraderie, and encouragement! Hair from her ponytail bit at her face, swept into a frenzy by the furious winds.
If you want to publish your poetry eventually, there are a few things to think about in terms of your goals. I was just beginning to stretch my wings with whimsy and word-smithing.
Maybe someone you know achieved a certain goal and inspired you to do the same. Consumption of the air, Resources are everywhere Sustainable and efficient It's all for us to churn out there.
What do you know?
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