In case you missed it the first time, in honor of National Poetry Month, here’s a reblog of my series on verse writing. Enjoy!
For the next few posts, I’d like to share some of my recent discoveries, reflections, and experimental steps in my poetry writing process. My motives will become fully evident farther down the page.
Mainly, though, I heeded the principle I learned in teacher training that meta-cognition, or meta-writing—which is thinking about thinking, or writing about writing—would aid that process and improve my work. I know already that with a clearer, steadier process and better results, my motivation to keep working on my craft will also increase.
I hope you find this series insightful and enjoyable. I invite you to share your thoughts and resources throughout by commenting, reblogging, or tweeting me @Carrielt37.
The Verse Writing Process, Part I: Motivation
The impetus came from my participation in the free, online Writing 201: Poetry course through The Daily Post, for which I am extremely grateful.
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