Learn How To Write a Poem
How To Write A Good Poem
Do you love writing? Would you like to learn how to turn your passion into a business? Learn "How to Write Poetry" is an excellent manual that will transform your writing and assist beginners that want to start writing poetry.
How To Write a Poem highlights essential traits of great poetry and what each writer and poet can do to transform their writing career. "How to Write a Poem: 21 Traits of Great Poetry and How To Write A Good Poem" Is the perfect resource for poets and writers that want to create a successful poem publishing business.
21 Traits of Great Poetry
The 21 traits of good poetry is a great book for beginners but also those that dive deep into the nuances of writing, spoken word poetry and using the power of words to change lives.
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Selase is a multi-genre artist that has ventured into a socially conscious alternative hip-hop-infused acid jazz album he called, "Red Blooded American.” With social change igniting worldwide, the Red Blooded American album feels like a protest song album, but rather it is a philosophical take on freedom and what we can learn from a poet's observations.
Poets like Selase are easily recognizable but often the best poetry elicits such a strong response because well they seem to write from a place of conviction, and knowledge that is rare in today's world. On occasion, such nuanced poetry can even inspire a thoughtful and respectful silence. Everyone is talking but few have the depth of Selase's work. I personally loved the work of James Baldwin, Tupac Shakur, Nikki Giovanni, Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison, Ryszard Kapuściński, and Eldridge Cleaver. If you enjoy or appreciate any of the above poets' work you are sure to find great gratification in his poetry books.
Here are a few quotes from industry insiders and professionals:
"Reflecting the musical adventurousness and eclectic artistic brew of his Bay Area roots, Selase has a stunning body of work that encompasses everything from spoken word to acid jazz to New Age." - The Journal of Roots Music - No depression
"It also echoes the pioneering spoken-word music of Gil Scott-Heron in its real and vivid poetry. As one can interpret from the title, Selase reflects on the social and political environment of living in America now. If Public Enemy was the CNN of inner cities, Selase is its literary observer." - All About Jazz
"Selase persistently soaks you in the truth of the moment – it’s provocative, thoughtful, and eye-opening, all at once." - Stereo Stickman
"There is a crazy power that emanates from this music. However, the atmosphere is serene, it advances without arms, hatred, or violence." - ANOTHERWHISKY FOR MISTERBUKOWSKI