Writing Is Creating Life

Poetry is creating life in words

Here’s a helpful beginner’s guide for your first poem.

Goodluck!!!

If you wish to send your sample poem for me to read, please don’t hesitate and email me at poetry.by.mich@gmail.com

Happy writing…

Published by michnavs

Philippine-born Michelle Navajas, currently residing in Malaysia. Michelle authored the book “After – Rain Skies: A Million Stars” for PWW during their Million Stars campaign. Graduated with a Master of Education majoring in English in the Philippines, Michelle was a former college professor, teaching literature, speech & oral communication, creative writing, drama, and theatre arts. Michelle is active in her writing profession and works as a freelance creative writer. Michelle passionately blogs at www.michnavs.wordpress.com, where you can find her prose and poetry on love, life, motherhood, and her advocacy on abuse and violence. A published author on Spillwords NYC https://spillwords.com/what-if-snowflakes-dont-fall-in-winter/ Her poem “Again” is published on three platforms, on MEDIUM -an International Writers and Readers Space, AFRICA WRITERS CARAVAN, and at WOMAWORDS LITERARY PRESS. kindly go check the following links –https://womawordsliterarypress.home.blog/2020/06/29/imagining-life-after-the-ravaging-virulent-covid-19-pandemic-a-special-journal/ –https://personalitiesofinspiration.wordpress.com/2020/06/29/imagining-life-after-covid-19-a-womawords-june-edition/

29 thoughts on “Writing Is Creating Life

  1. Excellent tips for all writers – not just beginners!! Our modern society doesn’t value the “lyrical” expression as much as they did in the past especially for men. Sad that many men feel that they can’t write poetry for fear of being ridiculed…

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    1. Thank you Val for bringing that out. Yes, o agree with you men now adays are dont value this anymore.. i remembered a very important tradiotion of courtship in the Philippines. Its called “harana”, where a man would sing a song to her beloved outside the woman’s home. Typically, the woman stays at the window as she listens until the song is finish and then asks the man to come in. Its a vey beautiful tradition that sadly though, is slowly dying.

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