Ask Charlotte – About My Poetry!

I get a lot of questions about my poetry so I just thought I’d address a few of the main ones in a quick post!

What inspires you?

I get inspired by life, by events happening in my life or as you’ve seen lately by people in my life also sometimes by day to day things. I don’t sit down with a particular theme in mind I just sit down with my pen and notebook and let the words fall from my pen.

Is your poetry available to buy anywhere?

I have a poem published in a collective anthology (for more information on that see here) I’m also working on putting my own anthology together which I hope will be ready by the end of the year at the latest.

Why do pretty much all of your poems rhyme?

I always think this is a peculiar question, I don’t really have an answer for this, it’s just the way I write.

How often do you write poetry?

Sometimes I can write three or four poems in a day, other times I wont write any, it really depends on how I’m feeling. I always carry my notebook with me so if a poem starts forming in my head I’ll write it down.

Why don’t you share all of the poems you write?

Eventually every poem I write will be shared, it’s just that I don’t always have time to blog so sometimes there will be a while when there’s no poems shared other times when I have time to upload I don’t like to bombard you all with a load of poems, I like to give each poem it’s fair chance to be read. I have a massive backlog of poems for you all though!

These are just a few of the questions I get asked a lot about my poetry. If you have any other questions comment them down below or tweet me @MissCharlotteEm! I love hearing from you all! xo

 

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