Create magic with words! Poetry writing by request!

Have you ever dreamed of owning one or more unique and original poems written primarily for you? Do you wish to express your thoughts poetically or move someone with words that touch the soul? Your poetry research ends here!

Creation of poems, poetic texts, haiku, short poems and poetic prose!

Poetry is my world!

Words come to life, dancing across the pages to capture the essence of your deepest thoughts and emotions. Each verse is carefully chosen, and each term is masterfully shaped, creating a work that represents you or allows you to give a unique gift to someone special.

Immerse yourself in a world of vibrant images where words merge into a poetic symphony. You are looking for my ability to create custom poems, short poems, haiku, and poetic prose. I am ready to listen and turn your needs into verses that will move you.

Poems you can get with a minimal outlay

Imagine receiving a poetic work that captures the essence of your emotions and desires. The words will flow like melodies, painting vivid images in the reader’s mind.

With my poetic technique, combined with empathizing with your needs, I will create a unique and engaging experience, conveying your thoughts in an elegant, profound, poetic way. Each word will be carefully chosen to create a unique atmosphere and lasting impression.

In addition, you can choose how many revisions you get, request changes, and more. I can help you complete a work you already have in mind or provide a draft you can elaborate on. You can get exclusive use (after filing with Patamu) or acquire the rights and use the poem for any purpose. It’s all up to you!

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Contact me today and discover how my ability to turn your ideas into verse will make you feel exceptional! In the meantime, you can read many of my poems, which I have also published on this site!


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The origin of the poetic genre (in a nutshell)

The origin of the poetic genre dates back to ancient civilizations, where lyric texts were used as a form of storytelling and cultural preservation. The earliest examples of poetry can be traced back to oral traditions in societies such as the Sumerians, ancient Egyptians, and ancient Greeks. These early works often served religious or ceremonial purposes and were recited or sung to convey essential messages or commemorate significant events.

Erato, the muse of poetry
Erato, the Greek muse of poetry, was painted by English painter Edward John Poynter (1836 – 1919).

One of the earliest known examples of poetic literature is the Epic of Gilgamesh from ancient Sumeria, dating back to the 3rd millennium BCE. Throughout history, poetry has served various purposes, including capturing emotions, preserving cultural heritage, and supporting social change. Some of the most important poets in the history of literature include Homer, known for his epic poems “The Iliad” and “The Odyssey,” William Shakespeare, celebrated for his sonnets and plays, and Emily Dickinson, renowned for her innovative style and deep insight. These poets have left a lasting impact on the world of literature, shaping how we see and understand the human experience through the power of poetic language.

The scope of the poems has evolved, embracing a wide range of themes and styles. Some poets use poetry as a means of self-expression, while others focus on social criticism or political activism. Throughout history, many poets have made significant contributions to this art form, with names (just a tiny stylistically diverse set) such as Pablo Neruda, Eugenio Montale, Matsuo Bashō, Charles Baudelaire, Stéphane Mallarmé, and Charles Bukowski standing out as some of the most influential authors in the world of poetry. Their poems inspire and resonate with audiences worldwide, highlighting poetic expression’s enduring power and beauty.


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