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  1. #11

    WHOOOOOOP!!!! I am back online.... sooooo, now we can get busy!!! Roll up your sleeves, sharpen your pencils, get ready to rock and rooooollllll!
    She lost herself in the trees,
    among the ever-changing leaves.
    She wept beneath the wild sky
    as stars told stories of ancient times.
    The flowers grew toward her light,
    the river called her name at night.
    She could not live an ordinary life,
    with the mysteries of the universe
    hidden in her eyes....
    Author: Christy Ann Martine

    Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,
    love leaves a memory no one can steal....
    Author unknown.

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    Good to see you back an on fire
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  3. #13
    Welcome back!
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    I am a clay potato in a strawberry field
    -Darren White, from "Clumsy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiP View Post
    Good to see you back an on fire

    The power is in its ambiguity.

  5. #15
    Good to hear you are working to a plan, firemajic, I hope all goes well, I look forward to hearing where you are and how you are getting on, in your good time, life is probably pretty hectic right now.

    Pelwrath, Darkin is right about not combining the forms. When I read the posts I was minded to try for a moment, but it didn't take a lot of consideration to see that the six four five combination and the repeated refrain would make it nigh on impossible before even considering the rhyming structure. Also, in the acrostic most three word messages have three letters in the middle word, four looks quite restricting.
    I know that we are not talking quite the same group of poets, but consider the difficulty some people have following the five line structure of a limerick. Its humour and brevity make it a good introduction to formal verse form, but getting their ear round the difference between iambs and anapaests, or even constructing a decent aabba rhyme, is a real trial for a lot of people at first. Perhaps, when you have a solid base of poets who participate with understanding branch out a bit, but initially make sure there is a shared understanding and competence with some basic s.
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