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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7 Comments on “EPANALEPSIS POETRY (NEW FORM)?

  1. I love this! As I commented to Mick, this is terrific for many reasons, not the least of which is that repetition creates neural pathways in memory development. Seems a subtle yet persuasive way to achieve notoriety 🙂 So glad you posted this, Colleen 💜

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  3. Hello Mick,I liked epanalepsis form of poetry created by you inspires budding poets to write more.kindly visit my page hope you like my poetry
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