Jacek Yerka. Erosion. WikiArt.
but should you worry
those roads are like a siren
they are always tempting me
come away with us
© G.s.k. ‘15
This post has been scheduled since I’m away … sorry it went up so late Paloma but know I wrote this on the 19th.
For : B&P’s Shadorma and Beyond – August 14, 2015 – Joseph’s Star
The Joseph’s Star was created by Christina R. Jussaume. It is a non-rhyming 8-line poem with a syllable count of 1/3/5/7/7/5/3/1. Each stanza is center-aligned so that the finished poem is diamond-shaped.
– flying high
over trees and snow
slowly the sun fades away
they own the winter skies
when spring returns –
© G.s.k. ‘15
The Joseph’s Star was created by Christina R. Jussaume. It is a non-rhyming 8-line poem with a syllable count of 1/3/5/7/7/5/3/1. Please go visit Mindlovesmsery’s Menagerie for the full post and a wonderful example of how this poem should be done!
Ok…I don’t know how to reblog a post that comes from outside WordPress…but I do know how to ping back and copy and paste…
Today’s prompt is very interesting and I wanted to show you the post…here’s the prompt:
Tell me what gives you butterflies. Write for ten minutes writing down anything and everything that makes
you nervous. Choose one and write for ten more minutes describing all of the different feelings that happen in your body at the thought of doing that one thing. You can take it one step further and put it into a form of your choosing if you like.
Word Prompt: Butterflies
If you want to challenge yourself try this poetry type from Shadow Poetry: Joseph’s Star. This is an invented form that I am particularly fond of. During A to Z last April I was going through the different types on Shadow Poetry doing A to Z Poetry. For J day I chose this type and wrote a poem titled Grandpa Joe. One thing I did differently than they describe in how to do this form is I chose the same word to end each stanza. You can do it either way, theirs or mine.
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Have a great Sunday!