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Writing Poetry for Beginners: How to Write Winning Poetry

Writing Poetry for Beginners: How to Write Winning Poetry - Taught by an Award-Winning Poet
Instructor:
Adam Levon Brown
10,506 students enrolled
English [Auto]
How to write a Poem
How to Write a Publishable Poem
How to Write a Free Verse Poem
How to add Poetic Devices for Effect
How to Use Senses to Create Vivid Imagery in your writing
How to write a Better Poem

– Comprehensive

– Practical

– Expert Advice

 

The instructor of this class is Adam Levon Brown. Brown is an Award-winning, internationally published Poet and an Author of eleven books. He has judged numerous international poetry contests and has been nominated for various prizes and has won several as well. In this course, Brown takes you a journey to find out what makes a good poem. This class is aimed mostly at Beginners and budding poets.

 

Writing Poetry for Beginners: How to craft a Winning Poem delves into the mystique of free-verse poetry. In this course, you will find the tips and tricks that Brown uses as an award-winning poet, and also the basics of writing a poem.

 

* Learn how to write a poem

*Learn about consistency in a poem

*Learn about Intimacy in a poem

*Learn about (The best) poetic devices and how/where to apply them in your poems

*Learn the key fundamentals of what a free verse poem is

And much, much more.

 

Adam Levon Brown has been writing and publishing for close to 8 years and he hopes to teach others what he’s learned.

I hope you enjoy the course!

Introduction

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Introduction

Welcome to the Course!

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Who Am I?
3
My Philosophy of Poetry
4
Hot Poetry Tip: Allliteration
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BONUS: Stream of Consciousness Writing

Students will learn an exercise to make them a better writer.

6
Find your Poetic Voice

A small explanation of Finding your Poetic Voice.

Anatomy of a Free Verse Poem

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What is a Free Verse Poem?

What to expect in this lesson. Also, the reason why we delve into free verse poetry and not traditional poetry.

2
Lines, Line Breaks, Stanzas

Learn what a stanza is. Learn what a line in poetry is.

3
Writing with your Senses - Part 1
4
Writing with your Senses - Part 2

Students will learn how to use strategies to write a poem using their senses

Structure of a Winning Poem

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The Messy Poem

The students will know how to spot a messy poem, and how to avoid writing one.

2
Hook and Ending

Craft a winning poem with the hook and ending method of writing.

3
Metaphors

The student will learn about metaphors and how to use them in poems.

4
Consistency

Students will learn the basics of consistency in a poem, and be able to use it in poems.

5
Anaphora

Advanced Structure

1
Develop Intimacy in your Poetry
2
Asking a Question Mid-Poem

Students will learn the power of asking a question in the middle of their poems.

3
Metaphors Continued

Students will learn two very powerful forms of metaphor

4
Similes in Poetry

The basics of Similes within poetry

End of Course (With an Optional Assignment)

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Congratulations
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Improvements

Call for Improvements. I'm always available by email.

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Writing a Poem - A Demonstration

I demonstrate writing a poem. You can do it too!

4
Capstone Project: Write a Poem
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