4) Poems don't have to rhyme at all. You can also use imagery and metaphors to create beautiful verbal pictures. Try to think of all the emotions and images that may come from having a baby.
5) Also, if you are using poetry for announcements or gifts, it is also nice to include pictures or clip art graphics. If you are artistic, then you can create these yourself. Otherwise, search online for baby graphics or clip art.
A final tip is to read other people's poetry and verses to see how they are structured. Greeting cards sometimes contain good verses as well. A baby shower verse or poem is a great touch for your baby shower invitations and gifts.
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