The Crapsey Cinquain & The American Cinquain

I'm here with another thorough analysis of a syllabic form: the cinquain. Adelaide Crapsey via Adelaide Crapsey didn't give us any specific rules for her version of the cinquain. Instead, poetic scholars examined her cinquain poems and her writings to discover the magic behind the form. ⭐️ The Crapsey cinquain follows accentual and syllabic… Continue reading The Crapsey Cinquain & The American Cinquain

“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