It’s November, and the Poetry Friday Roundup is HERE! Welcome, everyone! (Wondering what Poetry Friday is? Click here.)
So, this month, our Poetry Princess challenge was the terza rima, Tricia’ choice.
Initially, someone threw the election out as a possible theme. No way. I don’t like to read political poems nor write them. And then we agreed on hope. But…somehow, I think the election did work its way into my poem, after all. Without my meaning for that to happen.
I’ve been on school visits this week while at the same time trying to meet a couple of big writing deadlines. I haven’t been part of the sharing process the past several days, so I’m looking forward to seeing what my Poetry Sisters have come up with–right along with you guys!
And here are the previous Poetry Sisters collaborations:
|Oct 2016||Ekphrastic poems (“Flip a Coin”)|
|Sep 2016||Clogyrnach poems (“Monarch”)|
|Aug 2016||Ekphrastic poems|
|Jul 2016||Poems inspired by a Kay Ryan poem (“House for Sale”)|
|Jun 2016||Harpy poems|
|Apr 2016||“Channel-Hopping Through Grasshopper Reality TV”|
|Feb 2016||Poem Inspired by a Picasso Sculpture (ugh)|
|Jan 2016||Crown sonnet (on the periodic table)|
|Nov 2015||Ekphrastic poems|
|Sep 2015||Found poems|
|Aug 2015||Classified haiku|
|Jul 2015||Inspired by e.e. cummings’ poems|
|Mar 2015||Sestinas (Lord have mercy)|
|Feb 2015||Villanelles on hidden things|
|Jan 2015||Triolets on beginnings (And I posted an extra one here.)|
|Pre-2015||Villanelles, a crown sonnet, rondeau redoubles, and pantoums|
Mr. Linky is rounding us up today, so please fill out the doohickey below to both leave your link and to check out all the other links you can explore. Thanks for being part of Poetry Friday, and I look forward to reading all of your posts throughout the weekend!