Category Archives: Nature Poems
I have been taking a class in Haiku on Allpoetry.com. The following is one of my completed assignments: ©Deborah Goschy Advertisements
My new word for the date is concatenate, the meaning of which is “to link together; unite in a series or a chain.” (My thanks to Dictionary.com).
Back to the tried and true Tanka form for today.
My first try at the rondelet form. The rondelet form is as follows: Line 1 :: A—four syllables Line 2 :: b—eight syllables Line 3 :: A—repeat of line one Line 4 :: a—eight syllables Line 5 :: b—eight syllables … Continue reading
Earlier today, I accidentally published before I was ready. Here is my updated poem with an image. 🙂
It’s been raining here all day. Following is a concrete poem to memorialize the event.
The beauty of sunlight condensed to 31 syllables-a tanka. Now available for purchase on Zazzle.com! Sunlight Through Leaves Picture Poem Tile by ImagesbyDeborah View other Sunlight Tiles at Zazzle.com
Another tanka as we ease into the last few days of NaPoWriMo. Enjoy! Now available for purchase on Zazzle.com! Rosy Lily After Rain Design and Poem Tile by ImagesbyDeborah Browse For mom Tiles online at Zazzle.com Lily Bloom after the … Continue reading
For today, an Anacreontic poem. An English Anacreontic poem is a lyrical poem composed of rhyming couplets with seven to eight syllables per line:
(Author’s Note: The photographic image behind the words, titled Walk With Me, is the inspiration for the poem Birch Cathedral as part of Image and the Word, a photography-inspires-art exhibit produced by Mankato poets Derek Liebertz and Yvonne Cariveau in collaboration with The Southern MN … Continue reading