Poetic Form of the Week – Found Poem

Dear Friends, Bloggers & Readers! Wishing you all a beautiful Monday and a great week ahead! Well, its Monday again and its the Poetic Form day. This week’s poetic form is “Found Poem”. Have a great read! Found poems take existing texts and refashion them, reorder them, and present them as poems. The literary equivalent of a collage, found poetry is often made from newspaper … Continue reading Poetic Form of the Week – Found Poem

Poetry Form of the Week – Triolet

Friends, readers & fellow bloggers! This week’s Poetry form is “Triolet”. I will be posting below how it is written and how it came into existence. I hope you all like it and enjoy! The triolet is a short poem of eight lines with only two rhymes used throughout. The requirements of this fixed form are straightforward: the first line is repeated in the fourth … Continue reading Poetry Form of the Week – Triolet

Poetic Form of the Week – Pantoum

Readers & Fellow Bloggers! Happy New Year to all of you. May you all shine with happiness! Today is Monday and so is the day of Poetry Forms. This week I would like to share with you all the technique and method to write a Pantoum. Well, this is a Malaysia-originated form and the following extract shows how it has come the long way. Have a … Continue reading Poetic Form of the Week – Pantoum

Poetic Form of the Week – Cento

Hi all! This week’s poetic form is Cento. It is a poetry form which uses images to draw an idea. Let us discover about how it was originated and how it is written by the information I provide below. CENTO From the Latin word for “patchwork,” the cento (or collage poem) is a poetic form made up of lines from poems by other poets. Though poets … Continue reading Poetic Form of the Week – Cento