How do you write an emotion poem?

How do you write an emotion poem?

We want to see, hear, smell, taste and feel what you write.

  1. Use the active voice, not the passive voice. We want the subject to do the action, which draws us into the emotions.
  2. Utilize action verbs, not linking verbs.
  3. Avoid gerunds (the -ing words).
  4. Avoid adverbs (those pesky -ly words).
  5. Use metaphors over similes.

How do you make him cry for you?

Make him cry by emphasizing how deeply you’re in love with him. Be honest about all the romantic feelings you have about him, and tell him in detail about how he makes you feel. You can show your love to someone in many ways, but just sometimes, you need to hear (or read) those words to feel reassured.

Why I Love Missing you Poems?

I love missing you poems because “When you miss someone….it’s weird…your body doesn’t function it should. Because I miss you, and my heart…it’s not steady…my soul it sings numb. Fingers are cold…like you…your soul.” ― Coco J. Ginger What is that?

What are some of the best I Miss you Poems?

I Miss You Poems 1. Missing You. Just because you went away. And be lost in your embrace. And pray you’ll be here soon. That comes from… 2. Miles Apart. I never think of you. Always makes me slow. And the one I always think of. And never disappear. I hope… 3. I Miss You. As daylight turns to

How do you deal with the pain of missing someone you love?

An excellent way to deal with these painful feelings is through poetry. Sharing a poem with your lover or just reading poetry expressing how much you miss them is therapeutic.

When you miss someone do you miss apart from yourself?

All you want to do is cry and hope that a stranger will come to the rescue and help you find where you belong. So in closing, and what I personally think, is that when you miss someone, you pretty much miss apart of yourself.

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