Clarity Poem


*  The Clarity Pyramid has seven lines.

*  The first line has one syllable, the second line has two syllables, the third line has three syllables … etc., on to the seven line which has seven syllables.

*  The poem has three stanzas (or paragraphs):  three lines, then three lines, then one line.  (A set of three lines in poetry is called a triplet.)

Formatting:  The Clarity Pyramid is center-aligned (so as to look sort of like a pyramid).  Make your first line bold, in capital letters.  Put your final line in quotation marks.   The title of your poem is your first line – that one-syllable word.

Posted on January 18, 2015

Other world

Sweet Morpheus
Takes me by the hand
Brings me to netherworld

“A world between life and death”

© G.s.k. ‘15

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