How does one go about writing a poem? It can seem like a daunting task, especially if you've never written poetry before. Many times in school we only study classical poetry, which may seem intimidating or boring. However, poetry doesn't need to be either!
A poem can do a lot of things, but two major elements of a poem include expressing an emotion or describing an image.
Because you listed this question under "Hunters in the Snow," I will answer this question as if you are trying to write a poem inspired by the painting "Hunters in the Snow" by Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
The painting shows a birds-eye view of a hunting scene. The hunters and the hunting dogs seem to be returning from the hunt, entering a quaint village covered in snow.
In order to write a poem about this, you should first think of what your theme will be. What do you want to express in your poem? Do you want to describe the painting? Do you want to explain how the painting...
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