What are the ways to make your poems spread to the audience?

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What are the ways to make your poems spread to the audience?

Postby Jennith » Sun Sep 28, 2008 11:01 pm

Hi and my regards to everyone, poem is a way to express yourself and the surroundings that influence you in many ways. There have been poets that have touched either of us and on which I believe that we get inspired to write poetry. One of my favorites is Sir William Wordsworth of whose Daffodils was a great work. I have too some of written poems which I believe will be a pleasure to hear. What are the different ways that one can use to spread their works to the audience?
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Postby SilverScribe » Tue Sep 30, 2008 7:10 pm

Well, you might try finding out at your local library if there are Poetry clubs or Writers clubs in your city. Also, if your city has a University, they might have an Arts "society" that may include poets as well as writers, painters, sculptors, performance artists, musicians, etc., etc.

Also at the Library, there may be a bulletin board with notices for Poetry Contests, or your local newspaper(s) may know of similar things. Entering contests is a good way to get your stuff "out there", and if there does happen to be a sort of "Poets Society" in your city, going to their open stage evenings could be a good way to be able to read your work in public.

Not to mention its a great way to meet like-minded folks and hear lots of interesting stuff. ;)


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