I want to Write a PoemI' d like to write a poem.
What is the best way to write a "I can't write a poem" poem?
Here is a kind of poem that anyone can write, even if you are sure that you have no clue how to write a poem. Because it' a poem about not being able to write a poem! There is no need to think of a name for this poem, as you can use the very first line as the name.
Allowing your fantasy to run free is the secret of your poetry creation. Her poem may begin with an usual pretext, but as the poem continues, the pretext can become weirder. These are a few different first few words to begin your poem:
Can' t write a poem. I' ve got a poem to write. But I don't know how to write a poem. I' m writing a poem. I had a poem my instructor told me to write. Select an entirely common pretext why you can't write a poem right now. You might, for example, want to say that you can't write a poem because you don't have a pen.
Then think of a really unheard of excuse why there is no one. That'?s how your poem could begin: Can' write a poem today. You' ll think I'm a lying, but my whole paper's on fire. That'?s a good first. Now, the readership of your poem will wonder how your book bag has been lit on fire all over the globe.
You can tell the tale of how it was done in the remainder of the poem. Her poem could be as long or brief as you want, according to how long it will take to tell your unheard of tale. Make sure to end your poem with one or two lines that remind the readers how difficult it is for them to write a poem today.
Obviously, since you have just written a whole poem, the last line will be very amusing, because it is no longer so! It' great to use a rhyme to make this kind of poem. Often the thought of rhyme words can help to suggest weird things that could occur next in the poem.
However, it is also okay to use free verses (a kind of poetic without end rhymes) if you want. An unencumbered poem could begin with the words "I cannot write a poem because..." and then give all the grounds why it is unreal. Finish the poem with a line saying that it is obviously not possible to write a poem.
This is an example of a poem I have written about not being able to write a poem. Note that I began my poem with the words "I must write a poem". "The central part of the poem depicts all the mad adventure that would occur in a poem if I could write one.
Then my poem ends with me not knowing how to write the poem yet, but I really don't know how. Okay, I write about a cow, but it' s so everyday. a cosmonaut and a spacesuit and a ship... in their holsters on their hips... in giant karat fights.. always saving the days... and that' s all.