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Poetry is in the eye of the beholder.

by ticktock123


What even is good poetry? 

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Does it have to rhyme?

Each line in perfect time, 

Sometimes forced, 

Sometimes sublime.

Does it have to be visual,

like 

a

work

of

art?

Does it have to end, the way it did start? 

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Should rhyming be consistent?

Nothing good rhymes with consistent. 

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Truly, I think there are absolutely no rules.

There are no labels, no forms nor structures you should stick to. 

Words are just words.

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Poetry is anything and everything, except from objective. 

I'll say that a rhyme here and there though, is pretty effective. 


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That last rhyme was great.

Anyway I love this and I agree with everything said. Poems are fun to write and yet, annoying. So many unsaid rules but yet there really are none at all and that doesn't make sense but I haven't slept in a long time so pretend that was inspirational or something idk

I don't really have critique except I didn't like the "-" between the stanzas, it felt less free ??? See, I don't really know but that's my two cents

Oh I also really liked the line "does it have to end the way it did start?"

That's all




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Its a really nice one and I stick to it. I love your writing format and its really cool, and the fact that you really poetry, even if your points were on the contrary and I love it. Poetry is a piece of art in which the words are chosen for their sounds and the images which they suggest and not just for their obvious meanings. It is a genre of literature that involves writing in lines and verses.
I know you know, that poetry doesn't really should have a nursery rhyme, enjambment, blank Vere, free verse, or meters, but it should be written in a way that shows that it's really a poetry and should make perfect sense all the way.
Most times I read poetry's on YWS and i wonder if its really poetry because they write it like an article or so, though we have narrative and epic poetries, but I think poetry is poetry, and should be arranged in right order, no matter the sense it makes.
Thank you for your work, its really nice.





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