Distinctive features of a glorious poem –
1. A good poem must have an ambivalent relationship.:
A) The relationship of poetry with the poet himself and within the poet
B) Poetry’s relationship with audience and reader
The relationship between poetry and poet means that his poetry comes from the heart and, above all, he looks at his work as an audience and experiences relative satisfaction. If this happens, we can hope for the realization of the second case, that is, the relationship between the poem and the audience, but if the poet himself cannot look positively at his poem and finds that the poem is deprived of the ability to communicate with itself. , he will definitely not be able to communicate with his audience.
2 – A good poem is a poem written by thought, not thinking !!
At first, you might think that both of the above are the same, although they are very different. A good poem is a poem started by the feeling and inspiration of the poet. And while composing it, he did not forget to think in words and meanings, on the other hand, Poetry should not be born under the pressure of pure thought, which, if this happens, both the poet and his audience will feel that the poem was not written. produced as it should.
3 – Using words in a poem: In other words, the use of simple, fluent and modern words that interact with the mind of the audience. In contrast to this concept, the use of unused words that lead the audience to hypertext links in order to understand it, that is, the audience must refer to dictionaries and the like to fully understand the poem, which is often not performed by the audience. It’s not entirely clear what ultimately upsets the audience.
4 – Virginity of words in versesA: The use of words that are used by all of us on a daily basis, but they are not used in poetry or have received less attention, and if they are used by a good poet, it causes excitement in the audience. What makes him read the poem many times, in contrast to this concept, is the inclusion of clichéd words in the poem that make the poem repetitive in the minds of the audience, and the audience is mostly unhappy with the reading. very easy to get through.
5 – Equality of meanings of the poem from beginning to end: In other words, the poem should not rise and fall on the way of its formation, for example, to be informed and the beginning of the poem should be pleasant and graceful, but then the poet, for various reasons, cannot beauty his poem. To support him and bore him and be convinced of the weak concepts of his poem, so if a poet feels that his poem has lost its meaning, he should give himself a chance and edit his poem at another time. …
“Real poetry must be told to the world and leave a memory for the world. Do not listen to a single poem that does not touch you. Throw away any poem that doesn’t make you laugh or cry.
Ignore any order that does not give you one or more good results. Do not read poetry in vain, so as not to be imbued with emotions and feelings.
Think first about what makes you write poetry, whether you love someone, hate someone, are you oppressed, poor, brave and want to comfort, are you complaining, are you grateful, are you remembering something new, or a beautiful story, a wise moment, and did you consider it a good and accurate philosophy?
What does it want you and your nature to appear to people in the costume of a poem or a few poems?
Whatever it is, design or write in prose with the same mass of thought, intellect and taste that you have, without exaggeration, with truth and sincerity.
A poet must be a poet from birth. Poetry cannot be read by the power of science and effect. Imitating the words and expressions of the elders, stealing different meanings and themes of people and uniting them together is an ugly and unworthy act, and it cannot be called poetry.
The one who has no temperament, the one who has not been a poet since childhood, the one whose morality is no higher and nobler than that of the people of his time, and, finally, the one who does not have emotions and feelings, shocking emotions, cannot be poet.