30 Poems: Day sixteen


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I love architecture. Adore the way forms are both respected and played with, and the way aesthetics and practicality, comes together. In truly great architecture, they don’t sit side-by-side: they become one.

And so let it be with writing.

Today’s offering is a little play with a form. This was just a try-out, but I think I may explore this form a little more…interesting…

Just call me Frank Lloyd Dickenson.

TRACEY’S TERZANELLE

  I need to write a poem with form

 Enough free verse

 I need to write a poem with form

 Enough free verse

 My thoughts should be tidied

Enough free verse

My thoughts should be tidied

 Brought to heel

 My thoughts should be tidied

 Brought to heel

 My mind will clear

 Brought to heel

 My mind will clear

 Life will lighten

 My mind will clear

 Life will lighten

I need to write a poem with form

Life will lighten

I need to write a poem with form

 

 

 

 

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