Write at least one of each form.
Poetry contains almost all you need to know about life--Josephine Hart
This is my first ever attempt at an ALOUETTE. Perton Park WAS
Make that 47 Rose. I just posted an ALOUETTE
I've seen this form used before, but didn't know what it was, or even if it was a recognized form. Now I know! Thanks for demonstrating it so well.
How Sad Am I?
How Sad Am I?This site of ancient dreams.How Sad Am I?Not fully knowing whyI am scorned by some whoOnce confessed me true.How Sad Am I?
The Ballad of Tom Swain.
Tom Swain, Tom Swain, Tom Swain ,Tom Swain.You liar and a cheat.No fish so big as fills the frameThat you were moot to meet.
Tom Swain, an angler of repute,He cast his lines far wide,His catch was never less than huge,Not always verified.
One day he caught a fish so large,It pulled him in and heVanished out of ,sight, swallowed up,A bigger fish than he.
Raymond Kytesits up all nightwriting his poetry,a blatant waste of heat and light, no one reads it but he.
Here he liesin all his splendour.One night out,magnificent bender