One cannot just pick a pen and paper and start writing Shayari.
Shayari, in my opinion, is something very much magical and mystic that has nothing to do with the vocabulary and outer world.
Shayari takes birth from the inner world of a person. One doesn’t write love Poetry it just comes to him/her and this is a gift from the great Lord and very few people are endowed with this eternal gift of “REAL” Shayari.
Just try to improve your inner self and write anything you feel, without even focusing on rhymes and words just scramble and scribble, and one day you will be a shayar.
Sensory details appeal to your reader’s 5 senses, so they add richness to your poem. Use details that evoke each of the 5 senses to draw your reader into your urdu poetry and help them feel the emotion you’re trying to portray. Here are some examples of lines that contain sensory details
Death is an unavoidable part of life. If you've lost someone, you may be feeling a range of emotions. Writing sad poetry can help you process your feelings, pay tribute to the deceased, or even give you something to read at the service.
Be true to yourself, pen down your real emotions, and there you go.
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