During writers craft the genre that I enjoyed writing most was poetry. I love everything about poetry. Poetry is a piece of writing that can be interpreted in many different ways while being written in one. My favorite part about class was writing poetry and the many different types of poems we wrote. I was not too big on the fact of reading poems in class sometimes that where too hard for me to understand. I am more of a reader who likes to know what is going on without having to read a poem over and over again to figure out what the poet was trying to say. I like more of the simple poetry that can easily be read by a ten year old and still have a lot of meaning to it. Poetry as so many different unique ways you can express yourself in certain formats. The type of poem that I love the most is the Shakespearean sonnet. The reason why I love to listen and write these poems the most is because I tend to like the ones that rhyme more. Although I know that poems that don't have to rhyme are said to be even harder to write it doesn't rhyme and still has to catch someone's attention and entertain them in some way. I think it is always a test and a fun way to get into your poem by trying to having meaning in the poem, at the same time have it rhyme, and most importantly trying to have it make sense. The reason I am so into rhyming is because growing up as a kid, my parents will always read me bed time poems that always rhymed and from that point on I only saw a poem as a piece of writing that meant a lot through the words you use and how they rhyme with one another. The poem that I heard every night was “Mockingbird”. What I learned a lot during writers craft while writing poems is when you write a good poem, one you really like, I immediately write another. Usually one poem was my peak for the night, and if I write another one then I can maybe turn a great poem into a masterpiece. There’s only one way to find out. Also I learned that...
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