Acknowledgements :- Written in response to Day 23 of Na/GloPoWriMo where the prompt is, " try to write a poem of your own that has multiple numbered sections. Attempt to have each section be in dialogue with the others, like a song where a different person sings each verse, giving a different point of view. Set the poem in a specific place that you used to spend a lot of time in, but don’t spend time in anymore."
Poetry form :- Self invented ( Birthday cake (1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11/-1). I tried to do a birthday cake syllable poetry form for Colleen's Birthday Challenge, wherein the syllable count be 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11, which exceeded her syllable count requirement of 65 syllables, so i replaced the last word in brackets which could be denoted -1 in mathematics, and would also serve the syllable count of 65 ( Could also double up as a cake stand!!!)
The Bustle in a House (1108)
Until Eternity – Acknowledgements :- Written in response to Na Po Wri Mo Day 22 Challenge , where the prompt says, " Find an Emily Dickinson poem – preferably one you’ve never previously read – and take out all the dashes and line breaks. Make it just one big block of prose. Now, rebreak the lines. Add words where you want. Take out some words. Make your own poem out of it!"
Linking to Na Po Wri Day 21 Challenge, RxC 277, writephoto challenge and OLN at dVerse.
Clues from the past
Written in response to Day 20 of Na Po Wri Mo Challenge where the prompt asks us to , "Have you ever heard someone wonder what future archaeologists, whether human or from alien civilization, will make of us? Today, I’d like to challenge you to answer that question in poetic form, exploring a particular object or place from the point of view of some far-off, future scientist? The object or site of study could be anything from a “World’s Best Grandpa” coffee mug to a Pizza Hut, from a Pokemon poster to a cellphone."
Corridors of darkness
A free verse poem.
My window, My view
A free verse.
Moon and Man
"Line messaging is a poetry form created by Angel Favazza where the poet seeks to utilize the last line of each stanza to bring forth and represent an idea, a thought and notion. There is no fixed meter, syllable count or rhyme scheme here except that the last line of each stanza (when read separately from the poem) should deliver an independent message or be a poem all on its own."