This is a simple one-liner.
It’s about me, a young woman who just graduated from college and I am now a mother and grandmother.
It might sound like a lot of work but, really, it’s not.
In fact, I’ve written more than 1,000 poems in my time as a writer.
I don’t write them for the sake of it, and I don, but because they fit into the story I am telling.
So how do you write one that fits that theme?
The first thing to do is to identify the story you are telling.
If you want to write about an issue, or even a character, it is always a good idea to know what that person or thing means.
For example, a person might be worried about losing their job or their family, but it’s also important to know that someone’s life is in danger.
For some, the emotional toll of this job loss is a source of anxiety, and this can make a story feel claustrophobic.
But when the story is about someone who is trying to cope, they may have to choose between their work and their family.
You can use words like “losing everything” and “fear” to describe the emotional trauma this story has placed on someone.
The next step is to make a decision about the tone.
Some people like to write poetry about characters that seem like they are on the edge of their seat.
Others like to give it a bit of a twist, as if the characters were in the midst of a crisis.
Or you might write about a story that is more conventional in tone.
This can be a little tricky, because the word “traditional” often means that a poem is written in a particular way, like it is something you have been told to write.
If that is the case, it might be a good time to get a bit more creative with your choices.
It is also important that you keep in mind that when you write poetry, you are writing poetry about yourself, so you need to be very honest about how you are feeling.
I have found that some poems that are about myself are better than others.
I am not suggesting that you write about someone you would never want to be, but if you have to, try something like this: I am a mother of two beautiful daughters and a mother who is going through a hard time, with a lot going on in her life.
I want to express how I feel about my situation and how I hope to help them, but I also want to give a story to tell that will help people understand and relate to me.
Now that you know what to look for in your poems, you can start to write them!
In the words of Mary Oliver, who is a poet and essayist, “A poem is a little piece of writing that you can write when you’re in a panic.”
So, with that in mind, let’s write a poem!