This Month Kat Myrman has suggested a new theme for the daily poem—the Terza Rima, writing one stanza each day.
A terza rima consists of stanzas of three lines (or tercets) usually in iambic pentameter. It follows an interlocking rhyming scheme, or chain rhyme. This is where the middle of each stanza rhymes with the first and last line of the following stanza. There is no set length to this form, as long as it follows
I shall be joining Kat Myrman and Jane Dougherty in this challenge.
Life… A Terza Rima,
The dress is silk and white oh! how it flows
We take our vows and mean forever
Our love so huge it burns and glows.
Installment 13 of Life for this month’s Terza Rima Daily Poem Challenge, one tercet at a time.
Rushing to get my essence done, not a good one but hey no one is perfect.
For Jane Dougherty’s daily essence poem challenge
Dinner bake in oven
Not steak, pasta caldron
Today is day 13 of Just Jot it January. It is a joint post combining Stream of Consciousness Saturday.
Your prompt for #JusJoJan and Stream of Consciousness Saturday is as follows: read closely. When you’re ready to sit down and write your post, look to the publication (book, newspaper, permission slip from your kid’s teacher, whatever you find) closest to you, and base your post on the sixth, seventh, and eighth word from the beginning of the page. Enjoy!
Prompts and Rules
Political landscape of.
Well that’s a heavy prompt isn’t but l am game for a challenge, so let’s hope that I can do it justice. These three words come from the introduction of a great little book called The Quotable Churchill by Running Press.
Well let’s think world wars, Churchill was involved in both the first and the second world war.
The war to end wars
Did not do this job at all
People in total did fall
Of Political landscape?
Nations torn apart
Political landscape of
All, stabbed in the heart.
Right along the Siegfried line
Please stop all wars let’s make love.