Minute Poetry #3 May 9, 2010 - May 16, 2010
The Minute Poem is rhyming verse form
consisting of 12 lines of 60 syllables
written in strict iambic meter.
The poem is formatted into 3 stanzas of
The rhyme scheme is as follows:
On my drive home I saw pheasant;
pairs both present.
Many hens flock
to single c**k.
They pluck green grass all morning long,
clucking a song,
where I travel.
While antelope graze along side,
watching hawk glide,
skitter from holes.
"Don't just view with your eyes,
View through your imagination!"
Write, Write, Write!
Come On, You Can Do This!!
Medals of Honor
Created May 9, 2010