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Hello Folks … here we are again to introduce you to another poetry form prompt, and I’d just like to say that you’ve been real troopers coming up with some really great stuff!
Today I’d like to introduce you to an interesting form which is pretty classical called the Monotetra.
What is a Monotetra you ask:
A poetic form developed by Michael Walker which contains four lines in monorhyme. Each line is in tetrameter (four metrical feet) for a total of eight syllables. Lines 1 through 3 have 8 syllables and The last line contains two metrical feet, repeated. It can have one stanza or many stanzas. (For further examples you can visit : All Poetry
Here’s an example:
The man went running in a flash
He’d hit a tree with a mighty crash
He shouted then he made his dash
He was so brash! Ha was so brash!
And here’s our prompt:
You may not wish to use the Monotetra form in that case of course you can use the Shadorma our at home stand-by which is a non-rhyming six-line poem in 3/5/3/3/7/5.
Feel free to write a Shadorma, a Monotetra or why not try putting the two forms together. When you have written your poem(s), please TAG them BJ’s Shadorma & Beyond andMindLoveMisery’s Menagerie. Then add your link to the Mister Linky widget below. Please don’t forget to ping your post to our comments page … Mr. Linky sometimes goes on the blink!
Oh! And happy spring!
Have a great week folks! Ciao, Bastet!