I really enjoyed this poem. I love the fact that you start out by saying how to write a poem and end it by saying to write it your own way. It was very creative and very well written. It's one of the best ones (and more interesting) that I have read yet!
"Don't let anyone tell you how to write; write your own way." Very true indeed. Dear this unique poem is really nice. Its your creativity and versatility that you have managed to write this outstanding piece. There are so many messages in it and I am sure evry poet will love it. You deserve morethan 5/5
The title alone made me laugh... very true. (now they just need a dummies guide to writing dummies guides and then i'll be happy) 5/5
16 years ago
by Beautifully Nothing
Extremely different. (a good different) it kept me smiling the entire time. and it is so true. i love how you don't give a crap about what others think (maybe that is just the vibe i got from the poem or you are really like that). keep up the good work! 5/5
When you stated, "And then use really big words that confuse people; they'll give you a higher rating to act like they understood.", it made me connect to the times when ignorant reviewers amused me a little bit too much. I actually disliked it when they say, "Wow! I love your word choices! So deep and meaningful! 5/5! Keep it up!". I appreciated it, whereas I doubted whether they fully understood my poem or not. *shrugs*
"But then as you poor your heart out and post it; the people will proceed" (sic) ( = Pour was misspelled.)
"There's more to life [than] sorrow and there is no button for rewind."
^ Dead right, m'dear. I really loved that line, not merely liked, okay; it's so appealing and inspirational. :]
Well. I liked how the author seemed to enjoy mocking others in a warm and playful rant, sort of. Yet it's peculiar to note how mockery transformed into esteem. The fine points you employed were delightfully well presented, whereas the overall flow was... uneven. Hmph. Thanks for giving me a chuckle, anyway. (^^,) ~Marian