Poem… A literary world unto itself. We have all memorized at least one poem since our primary school years and read it in a community. But have you ever thought that reading and memorizing poetry provides multiple benefits in different aspects of our lives? Yes, indeed, we explain the short but concise benefits for you in 5 articles for the Y generation, whose poetry is both the basis of literature and the habit of reading novels is left behind.
People who read poetry really increase their imagination. In this way, their perceptive powers and senses also develop. After all, imagination is the beginning of everything, isn’t it?
2) Memory Training
Even if it is said that memorizing poetry is not for every hero, it is wrong! Memorizing poetry improves our memory and attention. It strengthens our memory. Novels, stories etc. Although the length of the prose makes it difficult to memorize, poetry is a much easier and more effective method for them in terms of memorization.
Reading a whole or part of a memorized poem in the community or in the circle of friends greatly increases your self-confidence. Showing your knowledge when appropriate makes you different among people.
4) Observation Ability
The poem read also provides the ability to observe the audience in the society. People who make it a habit to read and read poetry notice the energy and influence that listeners get from it. By feeding off the energy he receives from the listeners, he observes them much better.
5) Correct Diction
People who read poetry involuntarily develop intonation and emphasis skills. Since not all poems are written to the same extent, those who read poems realize these from time to time and speak by paying attention to emphasis and intonation in their daily lives. This naturally leads to much more accurate and impressive diction.