Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Tuesday Challenge Recap & A Month of November Poetry Prompts

Happy Halloween WELCOME TO POETRY TUESDAY! I've had a brilliant idea concerning the poetry challenge for November 2017. Today, I will give you five weeks' worth of prompt words. (I won't be doing another post until December 5th so that I can participate in NanoWritMo). That way you can still carry on with your poetry. … Continue reading Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Tuesday Challenge Recap & A Month of November Poetry Prompts

Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Tuesday Challenge: EERIE & COSTUME

WELCOME TO POETRY TUESDAY! I've had a brilliant idea concerning the poetry challenge for November 2017. Next Tuesday, I will give you five weeks' worth of prompt words. That way you can still carry on with your poetry writing. BUT HERE'S THE CATCH: You can't use the prompt words! You MUST use a synonym! I … Continue reading Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Tuesday Challenge: EERIE & COSTUME

EPANALEPSIS POETRY (NEW FORM)?

So, poetic friends… what do you think? Mick has created a new poetry form called epanalepsis. Stop by his blog and tell him what you think. ❤

Mick E Talbot Poems

EPANALEPSI

I think I might have created a new form of poetry? If I have then my gratitude goes out to Stuart Aken please click on his name and you’ll see where I am coming from, thank you, Stuart, too. Please do click on the title link above as all the definition/s can be used. To reiterate, please do click on the title, as the definition will become the rules, two of which can be found in my examples, the first blatantly obvious, the second in the first line of the fourth stanza. Feedback please, more on it being a new format, and of course critiques on the poems. Oh the name of the form, (if it is new), ‘Epanalepsis Poetry’. As is I can’t find any reference to this format, fingers crossed.


PERFECTED LOVE

together we will always be together
alone again never again alone
together now and forever together

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Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Tuesday Challenge: Quiet & Space

Welcome to POETRY TUESDAY! Image credit: Pinterest: Positivewriter.com An update on last week's message where I asked for someone to take over the challenge for November 2017 while I participated in NaNoWritMo. The only responses I received were from folks who didn't even participate in the challenge. So, to keep things simple – from October … Continue reading Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Tuesday Challenge: Quiet & Space

“The Specter,” A Cinquain

Happy Friday the Thirteenth! Thanks for stopping by to check out my Weekly Poetry Challenge where we can write a Haiku, Tanka, Haibun, Cinquain, or a Senryu using the prompt words: ghost and haunt. Today I wrote a Cinquain because I couldn't resist having some fun with the upcoming Halloween season just around the corner. Cinquain poetry … Continue reading “The Specter,” A Cinquain

Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Tuesday Challenge No. 54: GHOST & HAUNT

Welcome to POETRY TUESDAY! Image credit: simplereminders.com Hello. I am looking for someone to take over the poetry challenge in November because I want to participate in NANOWRITMO for the entire month. This post takes about two hours to compile. All you have to do is copy my template and copy the links to everyone … Continue reading Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Tuesday Challenge No. 54: GHOST & HAUNT

“The Ending,” A Tanka & A Senryu

Thanks for stopping by to check out my Weekly Poetry Challenge where we can write a Haiku, Tanka, Haibun, Cinquain, or a Senryu using the prompt words: mist and shape. To keep things interesting, I kept the word mist but used silhouettes for the word shape. Forms blending as one figures outlined in gray mist, … Continue reading “The Ending,” A Tanka & A Senryu

Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge No. 53 – MIST & SHAPE

Welcome to POETRY TUESDAY! Image credit: Pinterest: Happy Tuesday Quotes Congratulations! This is the beginning of our second year of writing amazing poetry. To keep things interesting, I've added a few new poetry forms. Have fun and remember the key to writing these poetry forms is to follow the rules, count syllables, and count the … Continue reading Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge No. 53 – MIST & SHAPE