Lifecycle of a poem ( An anthology)

“Every heart sings a song, incomplete until another heart whispers back. Those who wish to sing always find a song. At the touch of a lover, everyone becomes a poet.”
― Plato

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Hello, my blogging family,

This next series of poems I’m trying to write is an ode to poetry. I just wanted to write something around the lines of the life cycle of a poem..how a poem is conceived, the emotions, the fleeting thoughts, and the raging desires encompassing it, which brings out the poet in you and lets you spill your unencumbered thoughts on the papyrus.

This is a very simple series of four poems.

  1. What is a poem?
  2. Writer’s block
  3. My Muse
  4. Birth of a poem

As always, I’m not the best in writing poetry and yet again it is my humble attempt to pay ode to one of the beautiful emotions of the creative expression. I’ll be publishing each poem for the next four days. Please let me know your precious feedback in ways of likes, comments.

Happy blogging!

Megha Sood

Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash

P.S Below are the links to previous anthologies I have attempted. Take a look.

Seven Deadly Sins

Elements of Nature

 

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45 thoughts on “Lifecycle of a poem ( An anthology)

  1. This is a beautiful anthology. You have a great command in understanding the poetry cycle and I am humbled to have been able to read such work. It is apparent that you have a tremendous gift and your readers should feel blessed to be able to share in your work. Thank you, so much, for sharing this with me.

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    1. Infact, I should be thanking you for spending your precious time to read and give precious comments to my poem.As they say, a poem has two lifelines one when it is wriitten and second when its being read. Thanks so much.

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