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Recently, I wrote and published an article "Interchanging Poetry, A New Poetic Genre." It is a new form of poetry that can increase a students desire to write. be creative, and accomplish a task most student's hate...writing poetry.   I am including one of my Interchanging poems and encourage any who love writing poetry or any who love a challenge to try something that is new and exciting. Read "Interchanging Poetry, A New Poetic Genre." then using the rules as prescribed, write. Interchanging poetry can change how and why you write poetry.   Freedom, An Interchanging Poetry Expression of History and Symbolism Freedom, defined as the state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint. Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence is a writ of grievance against the King of England, declaring, “That these united Colonies are, and of Right ought to be Free and Independent States, that they... read more

Poetry is the absolute beauty of the human heart expressing emotion in a form that delights, and leaves the reader with a feeling of contentment in one spectrum, and a feeling of remorse in another. No other form of writing has the ability and power to inspire the emotion created through poetry. There are more than sixty different popular forms of poetry commonly used today. Many forms from the Old World, have been Americanized to suit the American style for writing. Interchanging Poetry is a narrative combining poetry with discussion, debate, dialog, or description; using the poetry to emphasize the narrative. It is a new form of poetry developing interchanging literary devices to enhance poetic discourse. Generally, writers will incorporate a poem into their article, publication, or book to make a point or site as a reference. This is common practice giving the author of the poetry proper credit. This is not a common practice with poets, who write... read more

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