Tag Archives: villanelle

Seasoned Evenings

Written for:  Poetic Asides 2019 April PAD Challenge – Day 26 For today’s prompt, write an evening poem. A poem about or during the night. Or take evening a completely different direction and think of evening the score or making … Continue reading

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Get Acquainted

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – Poetry Forms:  the Villanelle  (posted by Sarah SW) “Tonight we are looking at another form – the villanelle! I think it’s a beautiful form, but it has its challenges.  A villanelle has 19 lines … Continue reading

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Assurance of the Moon

Written for:  Poetic Asides 2018 November PAD Chapbook Challenge – Day 27 Two-for-Tuesday – Write a shaky poem.  Or . . . Write a sturdy poem. I want to be wrapped in moon glow, feel secure instead of astray. Your … Continue reading

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Creations

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – Meeting The Bar:  Repetition  (posted by Jilly) “Repetition is all around us; in music, in advertising, in our everyday conversation. We use it for emphasis, to drive home our meaning, to get the reader/listener’s … Continue reading

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For Love of Lavender

Written for:  Poetics Aside April 2018 PAD Challenge – Day 7 Write a senses poem.  That is, write a poem that uses one or more of your senses. She misses perfume of lavender where fields grew wild, and honey was … Continue reading

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Those Dreaded Bucket Lists

Shared at dVerse – Open Link Night #205 (posted by Kim) Open Link Night is when you choose any ONE poem of yours to share. I see people making their bucket lists manically checking off activities, pressured to reflect on … Continue reading

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When Holidays Change

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – MTB–How to Write a Villanelle  (posted by Frank) Hello, this is Frank Hubeny. Today’s form is the villanelle. Colin Lee used this form in a poem last month which gave me the idea to focus … Continue reading

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