Someone to write a poetry analyse paper

There’s a man in the mirror
He follows me wherever I go
Why, I don’t really know
He has ashen air, regal air
And grey eyes just like me
So distant, a foreign country
He roughly rides my shoulders
Yelling harsh things inside my ears
But then, he’s soft and gentle
With eyes all full of tears
His weight is a heavy burden
Away from him, I want to flee
I asked what his name was once
He smiled a frown, and sadly said
“Well, darling. I’m Anxiety.”

Nice post. I would add a couple of bits of advice for those who want to write poetry: the first is that it is very simple - most people don't do it and anything you write at all will impress people. I only write rhymed verse, because it is a bit more difficult but a lot more impressive. (Just my opinion.) A lot of people write four line verses, with the rhyme scheme AABB. If you change this to ABAB it usually sounds much better, and often little or no changes are needed other than swapping the lines. Don't force a rhyme - if you have to end a line with something like "We did eat" then you need to rewrite it, because it sounds clunky. Similarly given a few minutes thought you can generally swap words out and fix lines with too many or too few syllables. If this doesn't work, put it aside for half an hour and try again. While a specific time and quiet surrounding are nice, I write at work in an engineering office, in rapid email exchanges against a group of people who are probably a lot better than I. The best poems are published in the company newsletter, not because they are good but because I am the editor. Remember, don't worry if it's perfect, just keep at it.

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