Welcome to our weekly poetry stars’ celebration. This week’s challenge was to create your own syllabic form using none of the Japanese forms. Wow! You all blew me away with your creativity! There is a syllabic form for everyone in this collection.
Check out all the new forms:
|1.||Reena Saxena||9.||The Versesmith||17.||Colleen Chesebro|
|2.||willowdot21||10.||Sally Cronin||18.||Ruth Klein|
|3.||Harmony Kent||11.||ben Alexander||19.||D. Avery|
|4.||Trent McDonald||12.||Yvette M Calleiro||20.||Jane Aguiar|
|6.||Gwen Plano||14.||Kerfe||22.||You’re next!|
|8.||Annette Rochelle Aben||16.||sangeetha|
I’ve created a page called New Syllabic Forms. Feel free to use these forms in future challenges. I added the link to the cheat sheet so you can find them quickly. There is also a link in the navigation menu.
Many thanks to everyone for playing along and creating a new form. This type of creativity challenges you to be innovative when you’re writing. Don’t be afraid to experiment. Look what Diana Peach did with a short story. I love a novel with a bit of poetry at the beginning of each chapter. Mix forms, be bold, and keep writing syllabic poetry.
See you tomorrow for the new challenge!