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Poetry Forms Easily Explained - a work of Bianca with additions by kansaspoet
#431020 added July 17, 2009 at 8:37am
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Whitney
Sol Magazine - that is the place where I found this form. Created by Betty Ann Whitney, who gave her name to this form. It is a syllabic poem - one stanza of seven lines, using 28 syllables in total.

It is divided in this way:
line 1: 3 syllables
line 2: 4 syllables
line 3: 3 syllables
line 4: 4 syllables
line 5: 3 syllables
line 6: 4 syllables
line 7: 7 syllables


My example:

Apple tree


majestic
a leafy crown
brings shadow
and shelter to
birds nesting.
blooming in May
maybe apples in August.




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