Four Ways Poetry Can Help You Write Anything
April is National Poetry Month, a time to read a new book of poetry or revisit the poems you studied in high school.
Unfortunately, poetry often carries a stigma—it’s inaccessible, too flowery or emotional, or not applicable to everyday life. These preconceptions seem to be fading, though, as poetry reading is on the rise in the United States. Want to add a caption to this image? Click the Settings icon.
Regardless of whether you avoid or adore poetry, you can apply skills poets use in your everyday writing. Let’s look at four lessons poetry can teach you, whether you’re a novelist or a blogger or a technical writer.
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