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"poem & story tips"
By: Rachael Brinegar

If you want to write a poem, and I mean you have a
very good idea of what you want it to be about and
it's killing you because you can't get your idea
down on paper, try a syllable pattern. Like 2, 3, 4,
2, 3, 4, etc. It always works great for me because
then I have a foundation to put the poem on.

Here's another one. I cannot stress the importance
of this... write an idea down the second you
think about it!!! If you have a spark of genius,
put it in a light bulb. ;) The most likely outcome
of not writing it down now is that you'll forget
it later.

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