Poetry Forms Easily Explained - a work of Bianca with additions by kansaspoet
Sadly, I have nothing to do with the following book. I have only agreed to keep it in my portfolio so others may make use of such a wonderful tool. If you like what you read, please e-mail b_boonstra to let HER know. I am sure she will be tickled pink, purple, and yellow!|
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Poetry Forms Easily Explained is primarily the work of b_boonstra. Bianca has put much love and labor into this work, much credit belongs to her for keeping this book of forms as a tool for Writing.com poets.
Poetry Forms Easily Explained has - as the title already says - explanations of various different poetry forms. b_boonstra started this work in 2002 and it is still a work in progress, as there are over 360 different forms present, which are used in English.
Some of the explanations are taken over from other sites, with notion of the resource, where I found the information about it. Other explanations are translated.
Three explanations are written by whiteschooner Of the other poetry explanations all the copyright of the poems belong to me, personally.
Remind that I, Bianca, started this file as a resource for myself in the first place! The reason that I decided to share this book is to share my experiences with others, to broaden their poetic horizons. If you have problems with this, I recommend you visit another port instead.
It is my honor to retain Poetry Forms Easily Explained in my portfolio, in safe-keeping for usage of the Writing.com community, at Bianca's request. Bianca is a dear friend and I am humbled by her request to retain this great work in my port. Poetry Forms Easily Explained opened my eyes to a whole new world of poetry when I first came to Writing.com.
In all places throughout Poetry Forms, when reference is made to "I," the "I" is b_boonstra; a few of the later entries were made by kansaspoet.
Poetry Forms Easily Explained
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