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You may notice that we feature Poets with their Poetry in our “Poet of the Day” posts, which Poetry In Pics is very similar. However, the difference is that Poetry In Pics, feature Poets that are alive, fairly current and or new to the Poetry Scene. It’s a way of putting a face to the Poetry that we read, share & follow.
Some Poets don’t wish to be seen & we respect their privacy. But for those who want to be recognized, this suits them well. We also attach links to the Poets such as a bio, books, publications, performances, etc.
So if you’re interested or know someone that is, please feel free to contact us via Facebook Messenger – Poetry, Language Of the Soul or e-mail: email@example.com (Include POETRY IN PICS – In the Subject line).
“Personally, I’m more of a “Freestyle” Poet(ess). But from time to time, I follow the norm, and try my hand at various Poetry Writing Styles. It’s always a learning & fun experience!”~Maxwanette A Poetess
🤩There Are All Types Of Poems🤩
Poetry Forms – Definitions and Examples
Sonnet – a short rhyming poem with 14 lines. The original sonnet form was invented in the 13/14th century by Dante and an Italian philosopher named Francisco Petrarch. The form remained largely unknown until it was found and developed by writers such as Shakespeare. Sonnets use iambic meter in each line and use line-ending rhymes.
FOR MORE ABOUT SONNETS, READ HOW TO WRITE A SONNET
By William Shakespeare
Limerick – a five-line witty poem with a distinctive rhythm. The first, second and fifth lines, the longer lines, rhyme. The third and fourth shorter lines rhyme. (A-A-B-B-A).
FOR MORE ABOUT LIMERICKS, READ HOW TO WRITE A LIMERICK ON THE FFP POETRY FORUMS
Haiku – This ancient form of poem writing is renowned for its small size as well as the precise punctuation and syllables needed on its three lines. It is of ancient Asian origin.
Haiku’s are composed of 3 lines, each a phrase. The first line typically has 5 syllables, second line has 7 and the 3rd and last line repeats another 5. In addition there is a seasonal reference included.
FOR MORE ABOUT HAIKU, READ HOW TO WRITE A HAIKU
Narrative – A narrative poem tells the story of an event in the form of a poem. There is a strong sense of narration, characters, and plot. It may be dramatic, with objectives and diverse characters. Narrative poetry may be short or long, and the story it relates to may be simple or complex.
Epic – a lengthy narrative poem in grand language celebrating the adventures and accomplishments of a legendary or conventional hero
Couplet – two lines of verse which rhyme and form a unit alone or as part of a poem.
Free Verse – A Free Verse Poem does not follow any rules. Their creation is completely in the hands of the author. Rhyming, syllable count, punctuation, number of lines, number of stanzas, and line formation can be done however the author wants in order to convey the idea. There is no right or wrong way to create a Free Verse poem.
Acrostic – An acrostic poem is a poem where the one letter in each line spells out a word or phrase vertically that acts as the theme or message of the poem. The word used for the acrostic can be the name of the person you are writing the acrostic about, a message such as Happy Birthday or a theme such as Acceptance, Love or Hope.
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