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?

Post by evansdek »

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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Post by Walden »

Are your poems written in English, or some other language?
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So, when do we get the follow-up post by another 1-post newbie with the link to some website they want to sucker folks into visiting?
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Post by MTGuru »

Wordsworth! My favorite! In particular, "I Wandered Lonely as a Flange" and "Intimations of Dental Hygiene" move me close to tears.

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