Seeking this high trajectory, many novices will try to scoop the ball, hitting it at the beginning of the upswing.
This is an error. It may be counterintuitive, but the trick is to hit the ball on the downswing, allowing the club head's design to do its job.
|Earl the Squirrel's Rule #1|
Unskilled poets often attempt to force matters in similar fashion. Some use artifice in delivery, overenunciating syllables, overstressing, undermodulating (e.g. droning or screaming), or pausing unnaturally at the end of lines. Others use "poetic" language (e.g. WTF is "letting all the voodoos of ambition sleep" about?), clumsy meter, proximate exact rhymes, or mawkish material. Those beyond hope will wear a beret.
Unless you're gunning for humor, tell your story with as few affectations as possible.
Let the poetry do its job.
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