Poetry and Emotions

Academy of the Heart And Mind

By Eva Marie Cagley

I have often wrote my best poetry when I am experiencing some kind of emotions whether it be happy, sad, angry, elated or just plain love struck. That’s when my best poetry is born. My muse is running in high gear and the words just pour out like raindrops. To capture those moments I find that I can’t put my pen down and come back later. I have to see the piece through. Usually my poem will come out longer during these times and some rhyme some don’t. That is one reason I love free verse so much. I do not have to worry about the form just the content. It leaves me spell bound quite often when I go back and read it later and I can’t help but to ask myself, “did I write that?” Yes I did.
Emotional poetry is also very therapeutic…

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