Nothing gold can stay... but it sure looks nice while it lasts.
Incremental Poetry ~ 81 Lines
"Thank God for the Sun," a Lilibonelle about storms and the sun that melts away fear.
Incremental Poetry ~ 65 Lines
"A Walk in the Woods" is written using a Double Ballade Supreme, an isosyllabic poem with 6 stanzas and an optional envoy
Incremental Poetry ~ 63 Lines
"My Yellow Garden" is written using The Swinburne, a metered stanzaic poem with both external and internal rhyme.
I Can See the Sky
I can see the sky for the first time since I came
Incremental Poetry ~ 55 Lines
"So Leaf Subsides" written as a Rhaiku, a 3-stanza poem consisting of a haiku, a rhymed stanza, and a free verse stanza
I Remember Snow
What is your favorite thing about snow?
Some evacuate while others ride it out.
With barefoot steps I measured the length of the sunny field...
the sounds of change
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