This is a long-winded answer. I think the best place to start is with a short line, like this:
“A little too close to the sun
And all of a sudden all you’re left with
A little too close to the sun
I say I wish you wouldn’t come through
You’re making the same mistake again
What if you didn’t go so close?”
The first few words may not seem poetic, but you’ll remember them immediately. Then the next three or four and so forth until “A little too close to the sun”. And then the last two or three. I’ll always keep a little space between the three words because of that rhyme but the first few words, which are not poetic, are necessary to have in order to keep the rhyme strong.
When you begin to understand how many syllables are in a phrase, and how much more emphasis a single word or syllable has over a group of ones, it’s a lot easier to know where you are when you’re reading a piece of poetry.
As you’re writing your poem, you’ll notice that the last line is usually closer to the words in the first two than to the last words in the third (unless it’s because they’re in the same sentence). And so the final letter of a single word will be closer to the one in the final line than the one in the middle. If you’re not sure about what rhyme you have yet, simply ask yourself: “Is a little too close to the sun a good rhyme or a bad one?”
As for length, don’t worry about that until you can read the rest of the poem clearly. Then try to remember when the entire thing is over and when there’s still room between the first three words and the last three, and how those two things relate to one another. When in doubt, just stick to one line, even though there’s likely to be more than one if you’re using the word “the” in the rhyme.
Do you keep a separate piece of paper that you mark at the beginning when writing? Or do you simply write everything down?
One is a little silly, but then when I begin to write poetry, I’ll put it on the page and put my pen in it. I write by hand, like everyone else and try to keep a pencil under my thumb at all times – I use a fountain pen for that
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