INFORM POET – BREVETTE

The Brevette, consists of a subject (noun), verb, and object (noun), in this exact order. The verb should show an ongoing action. This is done by spacing out the letters in the verb. There are only three words in the poem, giving it the title Brevette.

Each of the three words may have any number of syllables, but it is desirable that the poem have balance in the choice of these words. Unlike haiku, there are no other rules to follow.

The Brevette was created by Emily Romano.

 

WALT’S BRIEF BREVETTES:

desire
e n f l a m e s
hearts

poetry
e n r i c h e s
souls

friendship
e n c o m p a s s e s
companions

 

28 thoughts on “INFORM POET – BREVETTE

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    Singers
    s i n g
    songs.

    Songs
    d e l i g h t
    audiences.

    Audiences
    a p p l a u d
    singers.

    Singers
    c r o o n
    songs.

    Songs
    e n r a p t u r e
    audiences.

    Audiences
    s a t i s f y
    manager.

    Manager
    h i r e s
    singers.

  2. A great string of Bervette here, William. It tells a bit of a story. Probably the way to go with this extremely brief “form”. I’ve always said, “A leader leads” (nice brevette) and you sir do that well.

  3. Nicely done, Daniel. Might work well with an idea I am fostering to the benefit of our poets here. I am feeling that the Brevette is indeed just a part of a bigger thing. Heh, aren’t we all?

  4. The following brevettes in honor of Book Giving Day

    Libraries
    L e n d
    Books

    Schools
    A s s i g n
    Reading

    People
    B u y
    Self-help

    Friends
    G i v e
    Encouragement

    Pleasure
    M o t I v a t e s
    Readers

  5. Freedom
    I n s p i r e s
    Individuality

    Liberty
    E n s u r e s
    Creativity

    Laws
    C r e a t
    Civility

    Patriots
    P r o t e c t
    Freedom

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