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How To Write Poetry For Teens - Your Step-By-Step Guide To Writing Poetry For Teens
     

How To Write Poetry For Teens - Your Step-By-Step Guide To Writing Poetry For Teens

by HowExpert Press, Deidre Simpson
 
Those who want to learn how to write poetry should consult this how-to guide. Without any previous knowledge, experience, or training, any teen can write poetry. Here you will learn how to:
- Write poetry from beginning to end and do a good job of it.
- Learn about different types of poems and their origins.
- Discover how you can get started, including

Overview

Those who want to learn how to write poetry should consult this how-to guide. Without any previous knowledge, experience, or training, any teen can write poetry. Here you will learn how to:
- Write poetry from beginning to end and do a good job of it.
- Learn about different types of poems and their origins.
- Discover how you can get started, including what tools and equipment to use.
- Develop the confidence and high esteem needed to create quality poetry.
- Accept that you are creative (even if you do not believe it).
- Apply easy poetry writing processes and skills.
- Go from being shy about sharing your poetry to being fearless in presenting it publicly.
- Meet other poets like yourself...and accomplished poets, too!
- Compile a portfolio of your own original poems.
- Adopt habits that will help you write your poetry.
- Deal with stress by having a constructive outlet for it.

Everything you need to begin writing poetry is included in this guide, and it is simple. By the time you finish, you will have a worthwhile hobby that can morph into a wonderful gift or talent! Take advantage of this offer today! The achievement of healthy self-expression is an advantage that will serve you for the rest of your life.

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Product Details

BN ID:
2940013958876
Publisher:
HowExpert.com
Publication date:
02/19/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
63 KB

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Deidre Simpson is the author of two books of poetry. During her teen years, she wrote often and was an avid reader as well. Writing poetry kept her balanced and gave her an excellent outlet for her emotional personality. She later became a member of a creative writers’ group at her high school. When the group decided to publish a magazine, she gladly contributed by writing poems and inviting other students to submit their work. In her senior year, she entered a poetry contest held by a local university and received Honorable Mention for her poem.
Receiving two diaries for her 10th birthday is what started her writing career. Fiction novels and studying poetry in her middle school English class helped her hobby grow. Her worst experience was having to memorize a favorite poem by a famous author and recite it on video. She was petrified, but her poetry skills were advancing. One of her best memories is of two local poets that visited her creative writing class.
According to her, doing what you truly love is the definition of work. Writing is one of the best ways to say something, even if it is only to the self. As she puts it, “Poetry is like a firecracker. It is small and has one form when unlit, like when the poem is finalized. Then when you share it with someone or a group of peopl

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