Personalised Poetry - Help

What is your name?


Your name is required for contact purposes only, unless you state in 'any other comments or thoughts' that you would also like to feature in the poem. In this case, you should give your name exactly how you would like to see it in the poem.

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What is your e-mail address?

This is the e-mail address your poem, and all correspondence regarding your order, shall be sent to. Please ensure that this is correct, as to avoid any delays in communication. Romeo's Magic Services value your privacy, and will never share your information with anyone.

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Who is the poem for?

In this section, you should put the name(s) of the person/people you would like to feature in the poem. This can be their first name(s), nickname(s), relative name, i.e. mother/mummy etc, or anything else you choose. The poem will be personalised using whatever name(s) you provide.

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Why do you want the poem?

For example: 'birthday,' 'anniversary,' 'to tell her I'm sorry,' 'to show that I care,' 'to get them into bed!' This information is paramount to the personalisation of your poem. It will become the main focus of our writing; the finest attention to detail being implemented to match the appropriate poetic language to your reason. More details can be added later.

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What style of poem would you like?

Simply choose one of the options provided, and your poem will be crafted to suit that particular category/genre. Of course, if there is a style not listed, do not hesitate to make your preference known in 'any other comments or thoughts.'

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What are the main messages you would like to send?

In this section, you should provide information regarding your thoughts and feelings towards the recipient(s) and key messages you would like to be included. For example: 'I love you' or 'you make the best spaghetti!' Speaking from experience, the more personal the messages, the stronger the reaction you will receive when the poem is presented.

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