This poem above is perhaps one of my favorite poems. It has a meaning to it and the author expresses his dilemma infront of everyone. It shows how choosing a path can be difficult and how choices make all the difference.
Yesterday, In english we learnt what the difference between a poem and something poetic is. We learnt how poems don't have to rhyme and how they express feelings. We also tried to interpret the difference between a poem and a prose. To many, it seemed that they were pretty much the same. But according to me, they have difference. When you're writing a poem, you have a limited space to share your ideas because it gets boring, but when you're writing a prose, you can use all your perspectives and aims and the length can be as long as it wants to.
After watching Dr Pritchard's video on the analogy of poetry, I had a completely different perspective of it. It isn't graphs or something like science which you need to study for. It's a beauty, it's natural and its something people love to do.
Poems have always been something unique for me and I love to write poems because it comes to me naturally! Poems are a beauty, and we should all appreciate it.