If you have any interest in writing poetry, here are a few words of advice from Lord Rochester:
“To write what may securely stand the test
Of being well read over, thrice at least,
Compare each phrase, examine every line,
Weigh every word, and every thought refine,
Scorn all applause the vile rout can bestow
And be content to please those few who know.”
This is a small excerpt from An Allusion to Horace. The 10th Satire of the 1st book.
More on that later.