A good article entitled “What Makes a Good Poem”. I agree with most of what is written, particularly the below,
“Economy of language: In most cases, if you can express something clearly and fully in a hundred words, you shouldn’t use a thousand. Language that is concise
is more memorable and resonates more deeply than verbiage, which tends to feel messy”.
I have often read a poem and thought that, had it been shorter, the work in question would have possessed greater impact.
To read the article please visit, https://www.writingforward.com/poetry-writing/what-makes-a-good-poem.