#OctPoWriMo Day Twenty Prompt: White

“Wonderful”, a Pensee White skin beating softly diving into your wonders I cannot just love one of you Unwaveringly, I love both   “Marry You”, a Tango Stunning. Where does this beauty come from? Never thought I’d love the way I love you. Binding. These simple words cannot be undone. All I said was I […]

#OcPoWriMo Day Nineteen Prompt: Trees

Trees will burn through the night unless somebody saves them there is no hope for the wilting wood that cannot speak for himself Pensee found in the Caulkins Handbook stresses exact syllable count and strong end words. This invented verse form was first introduced by American poet and educator, Alice Spokes. It can be found […]

#OctPoWriMo Day Eighteen Prompt: Senseless

“Long Gone” Senseless was my loving of your frailty and pain You were always mourning a loss Not loving the man beside you Pensee found in the Caulkins Handbook stresses exact syllable count and strong end words. This invented verse form was first introduced by American poet and educator, Alice Spokes. It can be found […]

#OctPoWriMo Day Ten Prompt: Unfolded

  I open up the white envelope inside, I find a tiny white letter she says she has found someone else for her love I find myself shaking my head, my eyes wetter   The Tango is an invented stanzaic form introduced by Chiquita LoJuana Gonzolas Sills. The Tango is: stanzaic, written in any number […]