Poetry Challenge Monthly Prompt and Poetry Writing Tips.

Here is my Poetry submission for the June prompt:

the thought which brings chaos to me,

is the thought i spread,

but with an illusion of stability.

red gray and yellow abstract painting
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And now for the rewrite aiming for more concrete words:

the thought which brings the disorder like the abrupt heavy rain,

is the thought i spread like the erupting volcano spreads the dust,

but with an illusion of stability.

closeup of mirror shards
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Which one is better and which one i like more:

In my personal opinion use of concrete words depends upon the mood of your poem, for example if you want to express your love through the poem using the concrete words will be very effective, on the other hand if you want your poetry cold and confusing then i wont go for concrete words.

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Poetry Challenge Monthly Prompt and Poetry Writing Tips

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  1. Absolutely agree. The concrete words in the second poem distinctly affected the mood. Whilst I felt I had a deeper understanding of the emotions, in the second, the first one left many things open to interpretation. Less personal, but more poignant. The first one makes the reader think and ponder more about the poet’s predicament. I would love to see a re-write blending the two versions, with some detail and some abstract words. Very Well done! Tafazul!!!

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