DON’T MISS OUR BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! It is May 1, and we have officially completed our second “blooming season” here at Poetic Bloomings. Do you know what that means? Time to compile our second book of poetry by our fabulous Poetic Bloomings poets! We have just begun the long and arduous (but fun) process of readying for this second publication. Information (including what we need from you) may be found here: http://poeticbloomings.com/2013/05/01/announcement-poetic-bloomings-the-second-year/.
Now, on to our new form of the week:
The Trois-par-Huit was created by Lorraine M. Kanter.
Trois-par-Huit (Three-by-Eight or Octa-Tri for short), is a short form containing three stanzas of 3, 3 and 2 lines OR 3, 2 and 3 lines for a total of 8 lines. The syllable count is 3, 6, 9, 12, 12, 9, 6, 3. The rhyming pattern is AAB BBC CC, where the last line is the title of the poem and summarizes the meaning of the poem.
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MARIE ELENA’S ATTEMPT
COME WITH ME (3,3,2 pattern)Though I fought, In the end, I was caught. Ensnared by your captivating line, Infatuated, and wanting you to be mine. Yet, this I know: Although this land for you is fine, I prefer my breath beneath the sea. A mermaid must be free. Come with me.
Copyright © Marie Elena Good, 2013
I BELIEVE (3,3,2 Pattern)
In the end,
we have become good friends,
counting on the other for support.
Communication was far from a last resort;
finding a common ground; a person of import
to our lives and what we can achieve.
And to them, we will cleave…
© Copyright Walter J. Wojtanik – 2013