|Prosperous Snow Creative, this must be my day for learning! A few minutes ago, thanks to another writer, I learned a quinzaine is an unrhymed verse of fifteen syllables distributed in three lines. The first line makes a statement, and the next two lines ask a question relating to the statement.
Now reading your poem, I am learning that a Harrisham rhyme is a 6-line poem with a rhyme scheme of a, b, a, b, a, b. The last letter of the 1st word in each line is the 1st letter in the 1st word of the next line.
I have never taken a writing class in poetry, and to be quite honest, I never thought about it. I write. I write poems, articles, stories, documents, etc., but not based on training of styles, etc. I write from my emotions, work experience, life experiences, etc., but I have no clue what to call each one or how they would be named in a writing class.
What I liked: The education provided about the written piece
Why I read it: It was a random selection
What I would change: Nothing
Overall: I liked it. I have gone through the same transformation, and yes, the days get shorter. LOL
I also wish to thank you for frequently reviewing items in my portfolio. You are appreciated.
Write on. WRITE ON!