Well, I’m always on the lookout for poetry forms that are new, even to me. I happened across this one last year and it was so fun that I'm going to share it again, on Day 13, using all the same examples, etc.
Let’s see what you've got this year, especially our newbies.
Give it a try!! Oh my!!
It’s called a TRICUBE and the premise is 3 + 3 + 3 =
Three lines each
Three syllables per line
RHYMING DOES NOT MATTER . . . but watching your syllables does!! So COUNT THEM OUT!! Three syllables per line!
How hard can that be? You might be surprised. Here are a few I came up with but I’m expecting better offerings from all of you! Cheers!!
I’ll get done
Chores not done
Here’s a toy
What a joy
Go see mom
Mean ol’ cat
What a brat
None of that
For what they are worth – all of these silly little examples are nevertheless, copyrighted by me:
© 2020 Stephanie Abney
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