poetic form re-defined

 

Definition
Cinquain:
five-line poem;
twenty-two syllables
laid out two, four, six, eight, then two
again.

-Tony Maude

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just messing around with cinquain form:

sin-quain poem

snarky malarky

odd syllabification

count: three, five, seven, nine; then three more

not a sin  🙂

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Tony came up with this same breaking of the form on d’Verse!

See my other Jan.23  post, “Don’t taste the slush” for another sample of this modified form…

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Tony Maude
    Jan 30, 2015 @ 02:29:11

    sinquain: now that’s a name to consider for this form … smiles

    Reply

  2. Victoria C. Slotto
    Jan 23, 2015 @ 16:49:08

    Fun! Snarky even.:0)

    Reply

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