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Jay’s Way

Hi, sad that this is the last in the series for me of murisopsis’s poetry forms from, ‘My Name scavenger hunt’, see link: https://murisopsis.wordpress.com/2022/08/31/looking-at-names/, I have had a go at them all. The final poetic form is Jay’s Way, created by Chazz Combs, it has a syllable Count: 3-7-11-9-5-3-3-5-9-11-7-3 with rhyme of: a-b-b-c-c-d-d-e-e-f-f-a. Thanks forContinue reading “Jay’s Way”

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Bryant

Hi, again I am taking on one of murisopsis’s poetry forms from, ‘My Name scavenger hunt’, see link: https://murisopsis.wordpress.com/2022/08/31/looking-at-names/ This is the penultimate one for me, the Bryant, in 1977 Viola Berg described the Bryant, as observations of nature as metaphor for the social and political world around us. This stanzaic form is patterned afterContinue reading “Bryant”

Joseph’s Star

Hi, today I am once again inspired by murisopsis ‘My Name scavenger hunt’, where she has selected a number of poetry forms which have names, please see link: https://murisopsis.wordpress.com/2022/08/31/looking-at-names/ I have chosen the Joseph’s Star poem, a poetry form created by Christina Jussaume in memory of her father. The poem has stanzas of 7 linesContinue reading “Joseph’s Star”

Anna Poem

Hi, today once more, I have taken inspiration for this poem from murisopsis’s ‘My Name scavenger hunt’ where she’s selected a number of poetry forms which have names, see here: https://murisopsis.wordpress.com/2022/08/31/looking-at-names/ This one is The Anna, invented by James R. Gray in honour of Arkansas poet Anna Nash Yarbrough. The creator suggests the theme forContinue reading “Anna Poem”

A Laurette Poem

Hi, once more, the inspiration for this poem is from murisopsis’s ‘My Name scavenger hunt’ where she’s selected a number of poetry forms which have names, have a look: https://murisopsis.wordpress.com/2022/08/31/looking-at-names/ Today for me it’s the ‘Laurette’, created by Etta Caldwell Harris it has 28 syllables in 6 lines, count: 4-4-6-4-4-6 and rhyme a-b-c-d-e-c. Example descriptionContinue reading “A Laurette Poem”