This one started with a conversation about one more thing I don't understand too well-modern poetry! In our days, we had to learn our poems.
How does one do that without the cadence?
They as usual, shrug it off as another example of my ignorance.
Poetry is how Wordsworth describes daffodils, it makes you feel like the cloud o’er the hills.
Poetry for me is all about the rhyme; and the music which stays with you over time.
What makes a poem, mom, is the rhythm; the kids insist but I can’t agree with’em.
So they try their best to explain: when you feel that punctuation is a pain, when you have words, but not the patience, to find more to complete the sentence,
You just write what you think and feel, forget the grammar, and focus on the zeal, and that is what makes great poetry. It’s the thought, mom, not the symmetry.