Masquerade is #18 in this collection I'm calling, very simply, 100+ Poetic Forms.
The Same Hopes is #16 in this collection I'm calling, very simply, 100+ Poetic Forms.
Sun begins to hidesongs of spring and summersing slowermellowersofterin twilight eyes of autumn The promiseof crimson dreamsadorning landscapeshoping our soulsbreathe in fall’s beautysway with new melodiesmeander more leisurelythrough momentslife grants us ©️MidwestFantasy/Beth Amanda Sept 2020
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.
Writing a Golden Shovel Poetry Form from Henry David Thoreau's Journal, Dec 20, 1851 - The trees indeed have hearts.
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
Within my heart lies a tale to be told one of love's adventures in fields of giggly laughter where sun's rays play our song in sands of quiet honesty where breaths of passion's poetry sing us to sleep But it is our tale only and I'll simply retell it to myself over and over again … Continue reading Throwback Friday–Us–by Beth Amanda
Today's poetry form is called Cinquain. From Brewer, "A nifty five-line poetic form from Adelaide Crapsey. Inspired by tanka, the cinquain is comprised of two syllables in the first line, four in the second line, six in the third, eight in the fourth, and two in the fifth." Other considerations include the freedom of adding … Continue reading Alive, By Donna Matthews