Index to Poetry Forms
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Wednesday, January 16, 2013
A Poetry form invented on AP by
A poem consisting of One stanza of Rhyme, one stanza of haiku,
and one stanza of free verse.
The order of the components is up to the poet.
climbing over broken logs--
kids explore their camp
There had been no time
in the circadian twilight
to properly define the false
Niagara bubbling, with snatches
of Mozart melodies
into nearby brook.
The first awake, they had to take their tawny dog and find
the wonders here that did appear, as frozen, left behind
for summer time respite. They'd climb and swim and even shout;
for being loud was here allowed, and home-based rules were out-
maybe fleecing their sister (decreasing her oatmeal share),
Some things do last without contrast and happen anywhere.
(c) Lawrencealot - October 20, 2012
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