Freedom is where the artist begins: there are no rules, and the principles and habits are up to you.

Poetic freedom is freedom of imagination the poet is granted to express his thoughts and feelings. A poet could fly in the sky of his own, do friendship with angels, give life to the lifeless objects. Just about anything that doesn’t have to adhere to any established norms of logical line of thought like Physics, Astronomy, and the likes. Personification is also a related word, where you can apply human like abilities to anything. But why should I write poems?

Need a few good reasons to write a poem? Putting words on paper can help you make sense of the world around you, express your deepest emotions, and give you a healthy way cope with whatever is on your mind. As a bonus, you’ll feel pretty accomplished once you’re done!

Believe or not, people would probably be pretty impressed if you wrote a poem that felt meaningful to you. After all, some of the world’s most well respected songwriters, rappers, and performers are actually poets who channel their voices into the written and spoken word.

While you might not find fame and fortune writing about your life, current events, or an important topic that’s on your mind (at least, not immediately!), there are plenty of benefits and incentives to grabbing your pen or laptop. Here are just five of the reasons to get started writing a poem.

Reason 1: It can help you figure out how you feel. Let’s face it: Life is confusing! Maybe a friend recently said something rude to you, and you weren’t sure how to respond. Writing down what happened can help you sort out your emotions. Maybe you’re feeling excited, angry, betrayed, nervous or guilty—or perhaps you’re feeling a few of those things at once. Putting words on paper allows you organize your thoughts.

Reason 2. You’ve had total unique experiences. Nobody else has been through exactly what you’ve been though—and that makes you special. By writing a poem, you can show off your unique perspective on life.

Reason 3. Poetry is a powerful form of self-expression. Odds are, there’s something that really want to say—something that you want to shout from the rooftops. Maybe you’re sick and tired of being alone. Maybe you can’t stand it when people litter. Whatever your message is, a poem gives you an opportunity to communicate it eloquently and even spread it, if you’re up for reading it out loud or publishing your work.

Reason 4. Writing can help you cope. Say you didn’t get into the college of your dreams or someone important dies. These types of scenarios can feel humiliating and overwhelming—and there’s nothing that you can do to go back in time and change the outcome. But writing a poem about how sad or frustrated you’re feeling, you may actually start to perk up. Instead of keeping your emotions bottled up, writing helps you get them out into the open and deal with them. Think of it as a form of therapy that’s totally free. Plus, if you share your poem, you’re likely to find that others will connect with your words and relate to what you’re saying. That can help you feel less alone. Try taking part in National Poetry Month, the worl’d’s largest poetry celebration, to feel connected to other poets in your community. Or you could send your poems to me using this e-mail : (And I will consider to publish your work on my blog). Just remember to write your real name or pen name. And age (optional). And if you want, some background information about you or short bio (required). Making art, music, or anything creative can be (and usually is) deeply personal. So when the time comes to share what you’ve made with other people, you might feel nervous. What if people don’t like it? What if nobody cares? What if people care too much, or in the wrong way? It is universal thing, and happened to everybody. But the more you exposure yourself to the world the bigger mark you make. And you should bother to others who havn’t put themself out their. They can’t judge you, if they don’t put themself out their. But don’t forget to take criticism, cause you don’t want to lock yourself in a box, so it is an balance you have to find.

Reason 5. Poems can help you see the world differently. One thing that can turn a good poem into a great poem is adding details. And this might encourage you to become more observant in everyday life. For example, if you walk by a lake, you might think at first, “That’s a blue lake.” But after writing a poem, you might take a closer look at it and think, “That’s an navy blue lake with small, rippling waves that’s filled with regal, white geese and surrounded by thick, green pines.” So poem are powerful observation tool, and why is observation so important? If you want to know why. Check this article :

There are dozens of other reasons to write a poem…once you get started, you’ll find some powerful motivation of your own! Keep writing. And put yourself out their.