How to Write an Emo Poem

How to Write an Emo Poem

Emo poems are like Emo music, but they're less tuneful and most people can write them. They are expressed throughout feelings. There is no proper way you should write it but if you want follow this idea.


  1. Pick a topic (see tips).Or you can make up a topic of your own experiences if the other ones don't seem to be inspiring.
  2. Create a distinct title using one of the adjoining words that are in brackets next to the word you chose.
  3. Don't worry about rhyming; it doesn't have to rhyme.Try to make it flow, like music.
  4. Start with writing a hook.It will be shorter than the main parts of your poem. Here is an example:
    • So I lie in the darkness, words buzzin' in my head, buzzin' in my head, thoughts of emptiness and death, buzzin' in my head, buzzin' in my head, I draw my final breath and now...
    • Acid eating away my nerves, blackening them like ash. Death upon my face, as humanity takes it's place. Chaotic words screaming through my bones...
  5. Every hook should be a little different, maybe a different ending.
  6. Write some verses that are at least two lines longer than the chorus.
  7. Piece it together.It should be set up so that you have two verses before every hook. Make sure you start on a double verse and end on a double chorus, and you have a chorus between each verse.
  8. Think of a loss (boy/girlfriend, family member or something important to you).Write how you would love to want it back. It could also be about feelings - are you feeling lonely, sad, misunderstood, happy, etc? Show your emotions in the poem and use words that reflect this.

Community Q&A

  • Question
    What type of journal should I use?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Any is fine, as long as it isn't pink or a lot of bright colors.
  • Question
    Can I write about rainbows?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Yes, as long as you aren't over overly enthusiastic about them. Make them have a short list of colors, such as light gray that fades to black.
  • Question
    How do I write a poem about cutting if I don't want my parents to see it?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Write it on your phone/computer/any device that only belongs to you and is protected by a password.
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  • Is it appropriate to write about suicide?
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  • Take your time you don't need to rush, if you do it slowly you can get it all out.
  • Use these topic ideas for poems:
    • Death ( @#!*% , float, murder, loss)
    • Loneliness (darkness, vast, corner, swallow)
    • Emo (corner, scream, unholiness, you could use a line from an emo song, cutting or any self-injury[only in the poem - don't cut yourself]).
    • Dark love (lips, dance, poison kisses,)
    • Stereotype (darkness surrounding me, labelled this way, I'm an emo they say)
  • Writing poetry is an excellent way to release anger and frustration.
  • When using a line from an emo song, be sure to change it around a bit. Mix up the words or add in some of your own so that it doesn't sound like the band that created that line.
  • You can also use your poem as a response to a song that has a lot of meaning.
  • Don't think that your words mean nothing. Poetry is one way people see how you feel!
  • Put your heart into the poem; it seriously helps.
  • If you are still feeling bad, draw on it. Pictures also show how you feel.
  • Don't be afraid to share it with an emo person they'll like it!
  • Imagine yourself in the place/situation so you can feel what you're trying to convey in the poem.


  • If you claim yourself Emo just remember to stay true to the music that you listen to it and support it as much as possible.
  • Don't think that just because you wrote an "Emo" poem that you are Emo, because that just makes you a poser.
  • Make sure that the grammar and spellings are correct.

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