Just let it flow like you're talking to a friend.<br />
I feel it in my body, <br />
in my heart and mind.<br />
Know you're there to hear me <br />
in your being.<br />
In something in the space between, <br />
the separation dies.<br />
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Once you've said all the words the way you feel<br />
think about how it sounds <br />
when you speak it in your natural tone of voice.<br />
At every phrase or pause for breath<br />
start a new line.<br />
Go back and add the punctuation <br />
in any way that clarifies the sense and rhythm.<br />
<br />
That's probably enough,<br />
but from there you can tweek it in any way you like..<br />
Keep rough drafts because often the spontaneous is the best.<br />
Or at least that's my feeling.<br />
I don't know how it is for real poets.<br />
Censorship stifles creativity,<br />
so don't edit till the end.<br />
I'm sure others here can offer much better.

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If it's a poem you're trying to write, I would say listen to your heart.

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get some paper to write on, then start writing. write whatever you think of, and try to describe any feelings you have. One things that makes this more effective is NOT to let your pen stop moving. Decide in advance how long you will write minimally. I usually do ten minutes at a time, but by all means do not stop after the time you set is "up" - that amount of time is just the minimum. Do this same exercise as often as you like. You may want to keep what you write to peruse later. You can have a topic in mind, or just start without one.

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I WOULD START IT IN A GALAXY FAR FAR AWAY.. OR JUST PLEAGERIZE IT FROM SOMEONE ELSES EMAIL.

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