“Yuletide,” #cinquain

Merry Christmas! This week for my Tanka Tuesday poetry challenge, I asked everyone to contribute a cinquain so I could create a huge garland of cinquain to wrap around our "poet-tree." I wrote this cinquain for the Winter Solstice, but totally forgot to post it! Better late than never! Yuletide— the longest night of celestial … Continue reading “Yuletide,” #cinquain

“Melancholy Autumn,” #Haiku

This week's theme for our poetry challenge is a haiku written by Sue Vincent: clouds cover the moon, beyond dawn's pale horizon sun rises unseen ©2020 Sue Vincent The idea is to use Sue's haiku as inspiration for your own syllabic poetry. Remember, in this challenge we can use any of the following poetry forms: … Continue reading “Melancholy Autumn,” #Haiku