As written here: It’s obvious that I am asking you to write a soliloquy, but I would like you to make an effort to include some clear examples of one or more poetic devices of your choosing in your self-talk
Oh, why did I think I could taste the sun to experience the lemon sweet and sour when the setting of the sun takes out the heat and leaves me hearing the tic tic as the sun slips below the horizon?
1. Trimeric has 4 stanzas 2. The first stanza has 4 lines 3. The other three stanzas have 3 lines each 4. The first line of each stanza is a refrain of the corresponding line in the first stanza (so 2nd stanza starts with the second line, third stanza starts with the third line, etc.). 5. The sequence of lines, then, is abcd, b – -, c – -, d – -.
Finding peace within yourself seeking pure happiness dispelling negativity realizing how beautiful life really is.
Seeking pure happiness quiet solitude blessed by others
Dispelling negativity realizing it cannot come if positivity stands in its way
Realizing how beautiful life really is Knowing so much is yet to come Making your own happiness
For today’s Poetics, I want you all to select one out of the twelve photographs shared above and write a poem. It can be an Ekphrastic poem, if you like. Go philosophical. Go dark or romantic or solemn. Share what you feel about Minimalist photography when you see it. The idea here is to provoke an emotion, and what better way to pour them out other than poetry?
This being human is the feather on the ledge of the building made of stone teetering with each gust of wind no matter how small left there by mistake? not knowing who left it nor where it will go dropped by accident or lost? never finding its way back to its source for that is too long gone and has no idea that its piece is there waiting to fall.
Use blanket as a noun, adjective, or verb. Describe a blanket, real or imagined. Make a blanket statement. Be cozy, dark, sensual, or funny. Maybe you want to blanket us with sunshine or warmth or blanket us under snow. Your choice, as long as your poem is 44 words.