To write a lyric poem, it is necessary to choose a topic, become inspired and write without rushing through the process. A lyric poem expresses the writer's personal feeling and emotions and is normally written in the first person.
A lyric poem doesn't tell a story that portrays certain actions and characters. Instead, it is addressed directly to the reader, where the poet uses effective imagery, emotional evocativeness, uniqueness and effective themes. A lyric poem should communicate with clarity, contiguity and focused impact. It is shorter and less complex than any other form of poems. Love, companionship and friendship are three of the most common topics people choose for lyric poetry.