Poets need to have a quiet and calm environment that fosters concentration and allows them to tap into their emotions and experiences. Some poets prefer to work in the morning, while others find that they are more productive at night. Because poetry is a highly personal and introspective form of art, poets may need to spend extended periods alone to channel their thoughts and feelings into their work. Poets may also attend poetry readings, participate in writing workshops, or collaborate with other artists. These events may provide them with opportunities to showcase their work, connect with other poets, and seek feedback on their writing. Although these activities may involve interacting with others, they are still considered a form of solo work as they require a poet to tap into their creativity and work on their own projects.