Category Archives: Formal Structure

Damn Damage

Posted for dVerse Poets Pub – Trimeric form which was invented by Dr. Charles Stone.    This is such a troublesome affair.I’ll ask you once again to tell the truth.The damage done is more than I can bear.You’ve always been ungracious. Quite uncouth. … Continue reading

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A Villanelle for Anne

A Villanelle for Anne They failed to filch her fine and noble mien when Anne Boleyn endured the bloody stand. Poor Queen! So swift the sword on Tower Green. Fifteen thirty three could not foresee this heinous act by Cromwell’s … Continue reading

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The Bridge

Today is Haibun Monday at dVerse.  A haibun is a Japanese form that combines prose with haiku. Photography courtesy of gabriella. It had been an unrelenting journey. We’d cowered from the savage rage of milky-topped mountains; endured the critical eye of … Continue reading

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A Villanelle For Budapest

During the 1849 Revolution, the Hungarians were overthrown by the Austria/Russia. 13 Generals were subsequently executed. The 13 memorials still stand in Arad today. Legend has it that whilst the executions were taking place, the Austrians were clinking their beer … Continue reading

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