Posted in Butterfly Cinquain

Another Chapter

Open book with flowers and tea cup

Finished

The last page on

Chapter Seventy Five

Tomorrow, Lord willing, begins

A new

Chapter in

The book of life here on earth

One that has been filled

With great blessings

For me

Butterfly Cinquain

Posted in Acrostic, July 2018

YESTERDAYS

Pieces of Yesterday, puzzle pieces,

Years, Tears, and Fears

Evaporated and gone.

Seasons and Reasons in

Time have passed on.

Each moment now spent

Reliving them is pointless.

Days of old are done,

All just memories of the Past.

Yearning won’t bring them back.

Seek today and live!

Acrostic

Posted in January 2015, Poetry Types, Quinzaine, Quinzaine

Fifteen

Quinzaine poem about birthdayOriginal Poetry by Leona J. Atkinson ©2015
(graphics from clker.com)

This is kind of a fun little form.  I decided to try this form (that I had never tried before) because upon learning that its name meant “fifteen”,  I immediately thought of my grand-daughter who just turned 15 years old, and so,  I wanted to write a poem for her 15th birthday card! 🙂


“The English word quinzaine come from the French word qunize, meaning fifteen. A quinzaine is an unrhymed verse of fifteen syllables. These syllables are distributed among three lines so that there are seven syllables in the first line, five in the second line and three in the third line (7/5/3). The first line makes a statement. The next two lines ask a question relating to that statement.”
( from Shadow Poetry—http://www.shadowpoetry.com/resources/wip/quinzaine.html  )