1-6-1 Write a 1-6-1 syllable poem. It has three lines. The first line has 1 syllable, the second one 6 syllables and the last line 1 syllable. The subject can be anything. However the three lines have to rhyme.
I missed this one by looking at it I was on vacation when it was posted... Anywway as always wonderful form meter and everything I was looking back through this entire book I did not miss many! Congrads on the seal! David- You are the reason I am here the tracher of many and the true heart of poetry I long to be more like!
Once again you pull the reader into the moment, guiding our eyes to see the vista of enchantment you so effortlessly create. You make excellent word choices, awakening the senses with specific details: resin sweetness from pine; night wind, light but brusque; the stars, unstrung like silver beads.
I love nature, but am not inclined to get out in it much. A sonnet like this kindles strong interest to be in that moment in more than a vicarious way. Excellent work!
LMFAO, Oh that is great. I give it a week and you'll be promoting them again...lol You can't help yourself, the praise is in your blood. Still LMFAO. Oh god, I needed this laugh tonight. You already know my thoughts on this beautiful work of art. Departing this review with a smile. Hugs, JL
OH nothing like having your own meadow surrrounded by pine trees especailly in North Carolina, nothing else can clear your senses quite the same. Hollywood will never compare to the simplicity of a pine thicket on a clear fall night all lit up by a blanket of stars. God's HollyWood. I see we seek solace and cleansing in the same surroundings.