POETRY in-FORM-ation: Serpentine Verse May 3, 2010 - May 10, 2010
Reading and Deliberating
POETRY in-FORM-ation -- hosted by Raivenne
POETRY in-FORM-ation is a weekly poem challenge to see how far you can strech your creativity within the confines of a form poem. I didn't want this to be a "course" as everyone writing here will be self-taught and we want to enjoy the results of what you've learned. Some forms will be really easy and others -- um not quite so... Hey this is a CHALLENGE after all. :D
NOTE: Ignore the "Prize". I have to fill that out as it is a requirement of the template, but there are no prizes. This weekly contest is strictly for the love and challenge of expanding our knowledge of different poetic forms.
Please pay attention to the details of the given weekly form. Since the point of this challenge is to learn (and to use) the poetic forms, any entry not adhering to the given form will be asked to be removed.
THIS WEEK'S FORM: Serpentine Verse
Serpentine verse has only one requirement – the first word of each line must be the exact same word as the last word of each line.
You can see an example of Serpentine Verse form here:
I look forward to reading verse -- Enjoy!
$0.00, The knowledge gained from conquering a new form!
In Perfect Form!
Created May 3, 2010