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You might also ask why does it snow, is then hot and sunny in the same day, and then windy the day after that? All to say, such things are silly questions. The only answers are to just observe the weather and read a poem every day. Try it out. For me, reading a poem every day is a small way to remember that the world is much bigger than myself, and also that within myself is the largeness of the world.
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There are 7 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. Method 1. Pick a certain time of day to write.
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You can motivate yourself to write a new poem a day by selecting a certain time of day for writing. You may set aside time early in the morning before you head to work or time at night after dinner, before bed. Try to pick a certain time and stick to it so you have enough time and focus to complete one new poem a day.
For example, you may decide to write the poem early in the morning, from 7 am to 8 am. Giving yourself an hour time limit may help you get your words down on paper. Sticking to a consistent writing time every day will allow you to get into a routine and make it easier to get the poem done. Find a quiet, private space. You should try to create a space that is suitable for writing so you are motivated to write one new poem a day.
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Look for a space in your home that is quiet and isolated from others so you can focus on your writing. You may also try to find a quiet, private space at school or at work and make this area your unofficial writing spot. Or you may come into the office one hour earlier than everyone else so you can write a poem at your desk. Remove any distractions. You can stay focused on your writing by getting rid of any distractions in your writing space.
This may mean shutting your bedroom door or your office door. You may also let others around you know that you are writing for a set period of time and are not to be disturbed.
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This can help you stay focused and get your one poem a day done. You may also disconnect your computer from the internet so you are not distracted by the web. Method 2. Do an alliteration and assonance exercise.
You can use this exercise to help you generate content for your new poem. This exercise is ideal for the challenge of writing a new poem a day as it is quick to do and can yield some interesting results.
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Make a list of word pairs and phrases that include alliteration or assonance. Use these word pairs to create a poem. Play with the ordering of the word pairs and try to place them in an order that create an interesting image or an interesting series of sounds when read out loud.
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