I plan to use Rebecca Hunt’s Mr. Chartwell until it runs out of words to create Black Out verses. The poem I called A Wild Rebound.
I plan to use Rebecca Hunt’s Mr. Chartwell until it runs out of words to create Black Out verses. The poem I called A Carnival of Vapours.
I’ve never attempted to express this level of gratitude in any official capacity. How hard can it be, right? This post expresses day fourteen of 365 days of thankfulness.
It’s cold right now in Indiana. The snowflakes are about to fly here in our neck of the woods, so I called this one Winter Watch.
The views expressed are the inner dialog of the poet. They might be total bs, but they are real. The first poem in this series I will call Watershed Moment.
Apparently, Proverbials have no particular rules. I will try not to sound cliché. My next attempt to write a Proverbial Poem, I will call This Dog.
In June, I plan to explore writing the Acrostic Poem. I’ve played with this form of poetry in the past. I don’t know how I came up with the idea. It must have been a word experiment for me back in the day when I was playing with poetry. The definition of an Acrostic Poem is the first letter of each line should spell out a word or phrase vertically. This word or phrase plays the role of a theme or message. Also, this message can appear in the middle or end of the poem. Back in the day, I didn’t know I was participating in a style of poetry. My coming across the Acrostic poem design became a clever attempt at wordplay. My Acrostic style of poetry for today is called Dog Days.
I take up the challenge of pirouetting across this restrictive dance floor with a degree of trepidation. Villanelle # 19 will call Essential Worker.
I decided to write The New Knee Boogie as a glimpse into the knee replacement procedure from a patient’s perspective because it can be complicated.