NAKED THOUGHT Spoken Word Poetry at The ARTIST SHOWCASE


NAKED THOUGHT Spoken Word Poetry Feature at The ARTIST SHOWCASE

Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , | Leave a comment


Liquid Whine Ent. Presents
The ORALGASM “The Wet Kiss” Edition
Sat. July 28th 2012 Doors Open 9pm
9pm The Ice Breaker Live Band, Sexy Games, Tantalizing Refreshments
10pm Sizzling, Sexy Open Mic. Erotic poetry Only!
11pm Special Features. L.A.’s Hottest Spoken Word Artists
Donnie , Marcellous, Smooth, Queen BrickHouse BBQ Brisket ,
Naked Thought, Tuesday Conner
and Special Guest: Mr. Oralgasm Yawo Watts
Hosted By Evy Trezvant Spiritluvchild and Brother Lorenzo Frank
LAST Oralgasm Of the Summer!!! Guaranteed You Will Leave Dripping WET!!!
At Piccolo’s Books and Inner City Theater The Bridge Howard Hughes Prkwy.
$10 all night.

Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment


Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment

COSMIC WET DREAM Erotic Spoken Word Poem by NAKED THOUGHT


From book LYRICED HONEY:The Lust Collection

Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment


Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment

Untitled


Bout to get my Poetry Performance Practice on…finishing mastering “Soul Fuckin” for my erotic peotry feature Saturday

Categories: Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Staraegy Session


Hmm…mappin out strategy so I sell at least 90 Lyriced HOney: The Lust Collection books in 90 days

Categories: Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Staraegy Session


Hmm…mappin out strategy so I sell at least 90 Lyriced HOney: The Lust Collection books in 90 days

Categories: Uncategorized | Leave a comment


Categories: Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Poetry Writing Exercises


Three Poetry Writing Exercises

Posted by Melissa Donovan on June 14, 2011 ·


Stretch your writing muscles with poetry writing exercises

If you’re going to exercise, it’s a good idea to warm up first. That way, you’ll get your body geared up to do the heavy lifting, the hard running, and the strenuous workout.

Writing’s no different.

Poetry writing exercises are ideal for times when you’re feeling uninspired or lazy, or maybe your poetry is getting stale and you need to take it in a fresh direction. Maybe you’re getting ready to embark on a big, long writing project and want to warm up first.

 

Today’s poetry writing exercises are good starters and don’t require you to know anything about poetry or have any experience writing poems. In fact, some of these exercises are just that — exercises — no poetry writing required.

Poetry Writing Exercises

These poetry writing exercises are designed to get you thinking about rhythm, language, and imagery in your writing. Let’s jump right in!

1. Alliteration and Assonance Lists

Create a list of word pairs and phrases that are built around alliteration or assonance. Remember, alliteration is when words in close proximity start with (or contain) the same consonant sound (as in pretty picture). Assonance is when words in close proximity echo vowel sounds (bent pen). Try to come up with at least ten of each. The more, the better.

Bonus exercise: Use the words from your lists to write a poem.

2. Metaphors for Life

Make a list of significant life events – birth, death, graduation, marriage, having children, starting your own business. Next, come up with a metaphor for each of these events. Remember: a metaphor is when we say one thing is another thing. A simile is when we say one thing is like another thing.

Metaphor: Life is a dance.
Simile: Life is like a box of chocolates (as a metaphor, this would be life is a box of chocolates)

Tip: Choose metaphors that are visually interesting. Metaphors for life as a dance or box of chocolates are both concrete and easy for readers to visualize.

Bonus exercise: Write a poem about one of your life events using only the metaphor you have chosen. When it’s done, your poem should be a bit ambiguous; a reader will wonder whether the poem is literally about the metaphor or metaphorically about the life event.

3. Lyrics and Musicality

Choose a catchy song that you enjoy and rewrite the lyrics, but stick to the rhythm and meter. Try to go way off topic from what the original lyrics were about. You can play the song while you work the exercise or search for the lyrics online and use those as your baseline. The idea is to get your mind on the musicality in your writing.

These poetry writing exercises are meant to be helpful and fun. If you used any of these exercises, feel free to share your experiences in the comments. And keep on writing!

Do you have any poetry writing exercises to share? Have any s

Categories: Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. The Adventure Journal Theme.

%d bloggers like this: