Short poems 10 12 lines
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12 Famous Poems to Inspire You When You Feel Like Giving Up
Looking for short inspirational poems about hope and perseverance to give you the mental boost you need when things get tough? Poetry is a method of expression that uses specific words, their meaning or interpretation and rhythm to deliver exciting and imaginative ideas as well as evoke emotional actions and reactions. Poetry has the potential to provide you with insightful advice as well as encourage you, strengthen your resolve, motivate you to succeed , and even give you direction and clarity when your hope is shaken. There are oceans of poetry in different forms, length, from different time periods and written from varying perspectives. But, for this piece, I am reflecting on 10 inspirational poems that I believe can do the job of picking you up at those times when you need just a tiny bit of inspiration to get us through a rough patch. Some of these famous short poems you have heard before, but others may be new.
Short-ish poems (10-15 lines)
The first negative review I ever got was for a poem I published in my college lit mag. Two lines and a title. And while I have lots of love for long poems, there is a special place for the tight economy of short poems. And a short poem puts us in touch with poetry—a shot, a quick snack, an amuse bouche to amp up our poetic reading lives. But wait!
The short poem is more challenging to write than a longer poem. It seeks to make every word count and mean exactly what is intended. A short poem has the added benefit of getting the message of poem through to the reader in a succinct way. There are many traditional styles of humorous short poems. The challenge is in getting your words into the proper number of syllables in each stanza.
A good poem will both gratify and teach. It will bring pleasure, as well as instruction, to its reader. Memorizing and reciting poetry can be an ideal activity for you and your child. One of your primary objectives will most likely be to cultivate a love and appreciation of poetry in your child. Short poems that get to the heart quickly, and rhyming poems that maintain interest, are ideal. Remember too that many years from now, your children may very well look back fondly on the days when you used to read poetry to them before tucking them into bed.