Summer's Grip Releasing is #15 in this collection I'm calling, very simply, 100+ Poetic Forms.
The Symbiotic Life is #14 in this collection I'm calling, very simply, 100+ Poetic Forms.
a sultry summer filled with love, acquainted forever memories of lasting moments with the vastness of the universe and rhythm of the celestials as they guide us through the night My attempt at Golden Shovel Poetry, created by Terrance Hayes. Take a line (or lines) from a poem you admire.• Use each word in the … Continue reading September moments – Eugenia
Writing a Golden Shovel Poetry Form from Henry David Thoreau's Journal, Dec 20, 1851 - The trees indeed have hearts.
calming of summer neath a mellow yellow sky clouds drift lazily crickets sing and swoon winking at the Full Corn Moon stars spill their secrets morning glories yawn rising sun la marmalade autumn in-between © Eugenia Hoffman Eugenia enjoyed a dedicated career in the insurance industry for over 20 years being rewarded both professionally … Continue reading Summer farewell – Eugenia
Close your eyes and follow your dreams as magic winks through the night skies. As stars mingle with pale moonbeams close your eyes and follow your dreams. Holding fast to your plans and schemes let your soul breathe and take deep sighs. Close your eyes and follow your dreams let life's lows give way … Continue reading Thoughts outside the mainstream – Eugenia
admiring the earth, a masterpiece unsurpassed yet plagued with drama seasons unruly and menacing climates without compassion cacophony brouhaha and fractured opinions truth the final straw take or leave it ©Franci Eugenia Hoffman A gander at me – I enjoyed a dedicated career in the insurance industry for over 20 years being rewarded both professionally … Continue reading Throwback Friday “Life’s mirage” – Eugenia
I wish upon dreams in the night moon in my sight under skies clear daybreak is near I wish upon a star that swings let angels sing and take me ‘way far far away I wish upon powers that be let me be free show me the light let it shine bright ©Franci … Continue reading Wistful wishes – Eugenia
Today's poetry form is called Diminishing Verse Poetry. From Brewer, "The main rule of diminishing verse poetry is to remove the first letter of end word in the previous line." For example: Line one ends with grad, line two rad, and line three ad. Read here for some examples. I Am on Fire for 50 … Continue reading I Am on Fire, By Donna Matthews
Today's poetry form is called Concrete Poetry. Huh?? From Brewer, "Concrete poetry is one of the more experimental forms available...they use space and sound to communicate. Concrete poetry is more visual than other poetic forms." Honestly, I found this one quite difficult. But I also found in it an opportunity to combine this entry with … Continue reading Warrior, By Donna Matthews