by Mary Oliver
A Poetry Handbook is the grammar, authorship, words, reference, and literature book that takes the reader step by step to become an incredible poet. Mary Oliver is the author of this superb book. She is the National Book Award-winning author who delivers amazing poetry to the fans. This guide is full of wit, common sense, and passion that is required for everyone who is interested to become a poet. Learn the basic ways to build the rhyme, meter, diction, sense, sound, and form. Mary Oliver talks about sonnets, iambs, couplets, and trochees.
Before writing anything, first of all, you should know about your goal that what exactly you wanted to write. Avoid clichés and overuse of the repetitive words that cast disinterests for the readers. Make the habit of using simile and metaphor to engage the audience. It also helps you to deliver your emotions more precisely to the readers. Reading poetry is also one of the key to improve yourself. Write poetry as you can without being the fear of judgment. Expand your vocabulary with new words and join the poetry forums. Use imagery to expand your words and stay on top of your ideas. A comprehensive book for all the students who wanted to become a poet.