Some advices about poetry?

1. How do you use a " ; and , " ? 

2. Do you always need to use figurative language? 

3. Is there such thing as a bad poem? 

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  • S.S.
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    You can use a semicolon to join two closely related independent clauses. 

    E.g.

    I ordered a cheeseburger for lunch; life’s too short for counting calories.

    Money is the root of all evil; I don’t believe the reverse is necessarily true.

    Martha has gone to the library; Andrew has gone to play soccer.

  • 8 months ago

    What makes a poem bad,

    Is not the thought you had,

    The last time you were sad,

    But rather when it doesn't rhyme!

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