Riding the Cinquain


So eleven new poems with two more in the works find me compromising more with poetic cinquain, working more on the its stress of syllables, the fact that this type of poetic style conjures more of a shorter, simplistic form: for example, its makeup of five lines. I’m developing two more poems dealing with humor and feathers, feathers as a healant and texture–rather a type of cloth that can comfort. Some of these comforts are seen with thematics of childhood and adulthood, hence certain types of clothing as well as medicine and healing. What I’m also searching for within one of the cinquain poems is feathered grasses, e-prints, landscape, nature, and the human condition.
Tally Ho, cinquain!


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