Poetry Styles

Imayo

The Imayo is a 4-line Japanese poem that has 12 syllables in each line. There is a planned caesura (or pause) between the first 7 syllables and the final 5, which means each line...

Triversen

The triversen is a loose form of sentence-long tercets developed by William Carlos Williams (or "The Red Wheelbarrow" and Paterson fame). The rules of Triversen are Each stanza equals one sentence. Each sentence/stanza breaks into...

List Poetry

A list poem features an inventory of people, places, things, or ideas organized in a special way. Often the title says what the list is about. It does not necessarily need to include rhythm...

Inspiring Nature

Myriad hues of Flowers, leaves, insects and birds Enhance the beauty.   Lessons they teach of Being pleasant and friendly Towards the brethren.   They help each other Despite the diversities. Ain't that inspiring?

Women and Trees!!!

Birthing a life,  Ahh… that's a gift from God.  Like the trees,  We women, bear the joy.    Nurturing a tiny human,  Within us,  The feeling.. So surreal and divine too.    The pain that we bear,  Makes us strong.  But oft I wonder,  Is this inborn?    Like...

Hidden Hues

Delving deep into Oneself, brings out the varied Hues that were hidden.

Soothing.. Now??

Myriad hues so soothing,  Makes life go chirping,  As the birds dance around in glee,  My heart swoons unknowingly.    A sight like this is unmissable,  The image that's made isn't erasable.  Alas!! This has become just a dream,  As nature now...

Like a Silhouette

Our togetherness The universe seems to bless Don't you see, my dear?   The dark, starlit sky, The still waters of the lake, Reflect our pure love.   Swirling around you, With the cool, musical breeze, I feel ecstatic.   Resting myself on Your broad and caring...

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