read the poem entirely to himself.Try to allocate it the main line.Fix the first impressions.Then read the poem out loud, think, where you stammer and why.
Spend a sound analysis of the text.If the lines are often found certain sounds, perhaps, the author wanted to convey the nature of the state or individuals, which is the story.For example, the sound "r" indicates a growl like aggression or danger.In this case, it is necessary to strengthen the voice to create a grotesque effect.The sound of "sh" can transmit the sound of the surf or wind, but in some texts the author moves to lower his voice.Vowels "s" and "y" can give a mournful reading, in which case it is important to respect the rhythm of the poem, otherwise you can lull yourself and the audience.
Explore the semantic core of the poem.To do this, write down the most frequently used nouns and verbs.If they meet several times, it means that the author wanted to highlight it them, otherwise he would pick synonymous.If you do focus on reading these words.
Feel the mood of the author.Try mentally to become a participant of the events, go through them, think about what kind of emotions you could cover the situation.Think of your own experience, for example, physical pain, separation, rejected love.Convey emotions voice, facial expressions and gestures.Feel free to be funny, porepetiruyte front of the mirror.Perhaps the hand-wringing in silence looks too theatrical, but it allows to make the music of poetry additional notes coming from your heart.
break up the text into separate lines.Read them not as a poem, but as a standard offer.Emphasize the important phrase of each line, try to highlight his voice.
Observe the size and the rhythm of the poem, they give the completeness of the story.