A cinquain is a poem with five lines in the syllable pattern of 2/4/6/8/2. We've turned the cinquain on its head this week and instead wrote using an odd number of syllables, creating poems in the pattern 1/3/5/7/1. Here what has been shared so far.
cloudscome at a wrung sponge give us a poem and a picture.I was thinking fall this week. My poem is below.
TadMack at Finding Wonderland left her poem in the comments. It is below.
Gift:Laura Purdie Salas wrote hers as part of her weekly 15 Words or Less challenge. It is called Blown Away. (Be sure to scroll down the page to find it.)
Held out and holding;
Pull you close, the wide world shrinks.
Allison at The Unnamed Forest shares a poem inspired by a trusty office supply.
WalkIt's not too late if you still want to play. Leave me a comment about your poem and I'll add it to the list.
with me through
colored woods, strewn with
acorns and crunchy, wrinkled
well spent, just
us alone. With hands
clasped tight, our souls are filled with