“Poetry for the Heart” is a collection of twenty-two free-verse poems that reflect emotions and share experience about writing, creativity, careers, childhood, home, dreams, animals, and more. The poems are honest and uplifting, and written with a modern style that is simplistic.
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Do you write poetry? If so, great! If not, why not? It doesn’t require a special skill. It only requires that you open your heart and mind to allow your thoughts to flow freely. Then you write them down in short phrases, with each short phrase on a separate line. Once you’ve accumulated a bunch of these short phrases, you’ve written a poem. You are now a poet. Every time you feel the need to express yourself, write a poem. If you write one poem every other day, you’ll have a collection of 182 poems. Then you can publish them collectively as a poetry book.
Christine Rice is the author of five books: Poetry for the Heart, Essays for the Soul, My Not-So-Ordinary Life, Freelance Writing Guide, and Articles for the Mind. She has been writing since 2006 and published her first book in 2007. She is currently working on three books and has ideas for several others. Above all, she loves writing and sharing her books with the world.