What is your Favorite Poetry Topic ?

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What is your Favorite Poetry Topic ?

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What is your Favorite Poetry Topic ?
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Post by Darya Pogromska »

Hi! Answering your question: my favourite poetry topic is carpe diem. I've studied Spanish poetry in school, and so I've encountered various poets that include this topic in their poems. They tend to portray the world as something to live for, something beautiful and with purpose, and that is something I admire.

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I've seen Kenyan poetry and it's very articulate and exceptionally pleasing.The poets explain theirs emotions and their deads in a way that could pass some information to the reader.i love it.
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I like love poems, but I tend not to relate to them very much. Poetry talking about the beauty (and transitory nature) of life, especially the small things, is probably my favorite.
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Post by Tiana Gumpert »

My favorite type of poetry is prose, it's a type of storytelling like Shakespeare. When I first starting writing poetry, I would read his work. I also like hikaru, that is a Japanese style of poetry, simple yet intellectual of written well.
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