Question by Mythical Tales: What is your interpretation of a good and/or great poem?
What constitutes it as being good or great? Is that purely philosophical (all opinions, so it doesn't matter) and other than your own opinion, what makes a good poem according to the "rules" of literature? Such as
I am here,
you are there,
WHY is that a bad poem haha? I know it sounds sarcastic but I'm serious. I just want to hear your opinions ironically enough.
Answer by Randa94
I guess a bad poem would be one that has no depth whats so ever. But in my opinion a good poem is something that I can understand. Something that is not so far fetched that i can relate to it. And i guess one that, when you read it, you can feel it trigger an emotion in you. And just saying i think edgar allen poe is the best.
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