Friday, April 13, 2018

Poetry Prompts Day 10-12

Poetry Prompt Day 10: Write a Triolet, using an adage. Look up adages and pick your favorite one.
1st line is repeated in the fourth and seventh line;
2nd line is repeated in the final line;
and only the first two end words are used to complete the tight rhyme scheme.
Only 5 original lines, giving the triolet an ABaAabAB form. Captial letters indicate repeated lines. (Marna Rossi and Celeste Helene Schantz) I have been having fun with this form. Celeste Helene Schantz presented it in JP's meeting in March 2018. Prior to that workshop, I had written one Triolet. Enjoy.

Poetry Prompt Day 11: Go into a room (messy or neat) write a poem that catalogues what's in the room. This could be a self-portrait or portrait of someone you love.

Poetry Prompt Day 12: Confetti. Freeze frame a celebration. What does it mean to you?

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