Writing Tip: Leave Your Most Powerful Image For Last

 

Writing Tip: Leave Your Most Powerful Image For Last

Whether you are writing poetry or a story, you are inevitably going to be building up to something – a grand finale. Whether that is some catastrophic events that causes mass devastation or the recognition of the beauty of something completely ordinary and every day, your ending is key to your readers understanding. It summarizes everything you have written, whether you round it off nicely or finish with a cliff-hanger.

Your readers are more likely to remember a strong piece of writing with an emotive or powerful ending than something that seems to fade away. Mastering how to end your piece is as important as discovering the best way to begin it: the end should have an impact or make a statement that resonates in your readers’ minds.

There is no need to have an answer for everything you have written about. You can leave your writing as open to interpretation as you wish. Instead of trying everything in a neat knot, focus on finishing your piece with an image that will remain with your readers for the rest of the day. Every paragraph, chapter, verse or line is a step towards your ending. Build up the imagery that you use as you write, and end with the most powerful image you can.

Written By: Laura Marie Clark

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About the Author

Laura is a 23 year old English woman with a history degree residing in the UK. She has been writing for many years and enjoys writing horror/fantasy stories, as well as poetry. You can view  more of her work at: https://inspiredstoriesandpoems.wordpress.com/

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2 replies

  1. I love everything Miss L. Clark has given us! I’d love to know, if she has a book on all her tips. I have been using my cell for about two years and would love to have her tips close at hand!!😊

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    • Hi Shihi, we love Laura’s tips too! Perhaps when we have enough tips we could create a book! Great idea! Laura just recently started writing tips for us, and is doing a fantastic job at providing variety.
      Have you signed up to receive them via email?

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