Writing is a very wise sagacious exercise. One writes to emote their thoughts, ideas and concepts to the world. But, there are few words which hinder the flow of it when one reads and actually are considered as a cliche in writing. I recently read about the wrong in using the word “very” in our sentences and in particular, our writing! Well, this notion is … Continue reading 20 ways to avoid using the word “Very”
Readers! Get your weekly dose of Poetic Facts only on PTWWW! Like it share the word across:) IS A VERSE THE SAME AS A STANZA? Verse can mean poetry in general, or it can mean a paragraph of poetry, also called a stanza. Traditionally, a stanza contains no more than 12 lines. A two-line stanza is called a couplet, and a four-line couplet is a … Continue reading Poetic Fact of the Week
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