Floating Words Into Poetry

Floating Words Into Poetry

Poetry is when an emotion has found its thoughts and the thoughts have found words- Robert Frost

There are times we wonder how words fly from all directions to make a sentence in poetry. I used to wonder until I started to put myself into the middle of words, hanging them around me, having fun with them and making sense of them which some might really not understand but you know what?? Just flow with the rhythm. Lay back and float just the way you do in the pool, let it move around you, close your eyes and imagine yourself inside the words.

Another way is to puff a bubble, allow it float in the air, look closely and what do you see inside of it, beef up your imagination and write down what you see. I love poetry, it takes me into another world, a less complicated one. One where I am the character, I create my world where I am happy, put together things I love to have, can I call it day dreaming?…Whatever! As long as it makes sense and gets me where I want to be.

I love poetry where I invite people into my world to travel along with me to that destination where we meet together and get along.

Kindly share a short one in the comment box if you wish.

Love youπŸ’žπŸ’•πŸ’πŸ˜˜

 

 

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12 thoughts on “Floating Words Into Poetry”

  1. Yes, poetry is like magic.
    And Its kind of universal feeling. I feel it inside me as well. Creating characters, moulding things according to me, and often just… Pouring out whatever is present in my mind.
    And hence, I liked the post. πŸ˜„

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