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Hi my friend needs help with something. I have no idea what.
But it is something about poetry...
Please give me a poem on foresight, vanity, pride and modesty
Here are the FCAs:
Each subject poem should have 12 lines
They should have a elligible rhyme scheme
At least 6 lines should have a simile or metaphor
Please all, I will be in your debt and I will also offer someething special so please give poems on Foresight, vanity, pride, and modesty!
Thank you! :)
I don't know about doing someone's homework...
Three deadly sins? Or virtues?
If I make one for you, Would I recieved a grade or credit as the poet writer or will it be just plagiarized?
My suggestion for this project is to sit down somewhere with a red retactable pencil an a eraser on end. Which you should always carry. Make that a quiet time. Probably half an hours time.
Turn of your cell phone, away from your friends, and no food or drink.
At the top write the three items you would have in the poem. You will cross these off as they come up on the poem.
Put the tip of pencil on the paper and your poem will just start right out of your head, including the required method of display.
Double space for editing.
When you like the first part, keep going if you don't like the next part, keep going, in a short and sweet time you will be finished.
Now comes the re-read. decide and underline what doesn't work, and think how to change it and the words that would be better. Write it under the words you crossed out. There will not be so many of them at the end.
Thirty minutes and you haven't finished yet. Add 10 more minutes. You will finish. Read it, now Read it out loud, Read it again add feeling to it. Read it slow with rhythm. Out loud.
OK, Stop. Turn you cell phone back on and relax. The first one you talk to on your cell gets it read to, no matter who it is. I know exactly what they will say after they hear it. They will say. I like . . . . . . that word . . . . It needs . . . . . but I like it its gooddeee.
I also know what your response will be "It's the first draft . . . and I want that . . . it's works . . .. . Yeah I wrote it" . . and you will also feel good in side cause it is yours . . . .
You did the job, even some of the best poets that time to write them. Sure some do it quick as a wink.
I bet you do stuff without having to think. Go get yourself a Java and carry on.
Pretend you have the throaty of of Richard Burton and in front of a mirror, read it.
Send me a copy and I will make some suggestions on how you can edit it yourself, and which words I think needs rephrasing.
I know you wrote this on an Ipad or your cell phone.
You probably don't even have red retractable pencil with an eraser on it.
Bye for now.
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