Errors hidden between the lines
Poetry is feeling put into words, expressed rhythmically passionately and creatively, but even then poets still make some errors. Poems have a great deal of imagination, feeling and especially strong emotions. Poets may try to explain what they are feeling or writing about, but the reader may not quite understand. This is what causes confusion and problems to the readers when they are reading certain poems. Poets often make mistakes in their poems without even noticing it. A good poet describes their emotions or feelings the best they possibly can and remains with the same tone throughout the poem. They do not assume that the reader knows what they are feeling or understands it. Ken U Deviner's poems are an example of bad poetry and how he often makes mistakes or glitches in his poems. There are numerous ways to make mistakes without even noticing it. Bad poetry includes unnecessary repetition, change in the word order, making the poem difficult to. Thus, thinking too little, forcing the rhyme and thinking too much make Ken U. Deviner a bad poet.
To begin with, in the poem “Safety Net,” Ken U. Deviner demonstrates the characteristic of thinking too little quite a bit in his poem. Thinking too little when writing a poem is usually when the poet uses pointless repetition and the incorrect use of vocabulary. These mistakes leave the reader questioning the poet’s language in the poem causing confusion and uncertainty. This characteristic makes the reader uncertain of what is going on, which makes the poem a source of bad poetry. From the lines “Perhaps I secretly wish to see her fall/ Sucked in by the collective grasp of the crowd/I long to witness this free fall/ how easy it is to fall” Ken U. Deviner is proved to be making mistakes by being very repetitive. He has used the same word (fall), three times when it is not necessary to do so. He also attempts to use different words to try and say the same message. For these...
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