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How to Write Poetry That’s True to Your Own Voice

And why you should

Photo by Johnny Briggs on Unsplash

Stop writing poetry that sounds like everyone else.

Until you find your own authentic voice, you are simply a mouthpiece for some other writer, the poster-child for someone else’s point of view. Isn’t it time to start figuring out what your voice sounds like? Isn’t it time to do the thing that scares you and write the kind…

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Gregory D. Welch

Gregory D. Welch

Kentucky Poet, Scribbler & Blogger. 100,000+ views. Changing the world one scribble at a time. Let's connect: linkedin.com/in/gdwelch