Laurette

Laurette: Created by Etta Caldwell Harris. 28 syllables. 6 lines.
Syllable Count: 4-4-6-4-4-6 Rhyme Scheme: a-b-c-d-e-c

All Souls Eve Traffic Jam

4a Angels confront
4b more witch traffic.
6c Brooms, wings sweep breezily..
4d Airways get clogged.
4e Hot air breath steams
6c fog and tempers break free.

End of School Flash Dance

After Field Day
students flash dance.
Gym coach leads them to sweat.
Surprise teachers.
Then teachers dance.
Surprise not done yet.

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My Thanks to Linda Varsell Smith for her contributions above.

My example
Brief, Quick, Easy (Form: Laurette)

Should you want to
avoid meter,
thought, and very much rhyme,
give this form a
a try; I know
it won’t take up much time.

© Lawrencealot – December 27, 2014

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Laurette

 

Depiction Prime

The Depiction Prime was created by Ashrus of Allpoetry.
It is:
A 6 line poem.
Stanzaic: having two three-line stanzas.
Syllabic: each stanza having lines of 4/6/5 syllables.
Formulaic: First stanza depicts the appearance of the subject of the poem, but never tells what the subject is. This stanza just describes its colour, look, beauty or style.
The First line of the next stanza may give a hint about the subject. Last two lines reveal the subject matter clearly. Lucid language is preferred in these three lines.
Rhyme pattern: xxa xxa. Last lines of both stanzas must rhyme.
Meter unspecified.

My example poem

Super Moon (Depiction Prime)

Tangerine arc
peeks over hill, becomes
crescent, then an orb.

Perigee time
make plains and craters seem
too grand to absorb.

© Lawrencealot – July 13, 2014

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Depiction Prime