Chazz Effect

Chazz Effect
This form was created by Chazz Combs.
take a one syllable word and use in each line of your poem, you will end up with  the chosen word, syllable count 14,10,9,7,5,3,2,2,1, rhyming a,a,b,b,c,c,d,d,e centered

Pasted from http://the.a.b.c.of.poetry.styles.patthepoet.com/index.html
Many Thanks to Christina R Jussaume for her work on the Poetry Styles site.

The Chazz Effect is:
A poem of 9 lines,
Syllabic: 14/10/9/7/5/3/2/2/1
Formulaic: requiring the one syllable word ending the poem, to be repeated somewhere in every other line.
Rhymed, pattern: aabbccddx,
To be centered.

My Example

Stifled (Chazz Effect)

Occasionally I have too much I’m supposed to do.
Do such things ever happen to you too??
With too many tasks upon my plate
some will surely be too late.
Some too, turned out wrong,
took too long;
too sad,
too bad
too.

© Lawrencealot – October 7, 2014

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