The challenge this week was to write in the abecedarian form. Here are the results.
Jane Yolen left this poem in the comments.Here is one of the poems I've been working on this week.
Wings with an
© 2009 Jane YolenJulie Larios from The Drift Record shares two double abecedarians.
Tiel Aisha Ansari from Knocking From Inside shares a poem entitled A Few Short Lines.
Dianne White shares Abecedarian: Insect Style.
sister AE at Having Writ shares a poem entitled Still Cloudy.
Laura Purdie Salas gets acrobatic with her poem Shooting Star.
Andi from a wrung sponge shares a poem entitled Blessed Are the Broken-Hearted.
Mary Lee from A Year of Reading gives us An Abecedarian Love Song to My Hometown.
August comes with
blazing sun, no
cooling breezes for the
dog days where
evenings are still fiery with
flitting fireflies and star-
Incandescent days and
pools and puddles,
singing and shouting
to the world.
Until … the
very last day
when the calendar
eXclaims that the golden,
yellow days are done, and summer
It's not too late if you still want to play. Leave me a note about your poem and I'll add it to the list.