Tags4 lines or multiple 8 lines 10 lines 12 lines 16 lines abab Allpoetry Berg centered couplet formulaic French haiku iambic iambic pentameter iambic tetrameter iambic trimeter internal rhyme Irish isosyllabic isosyllabic 8 line length optional meter none meter optional mono-rhyme Newman octave Pathways PoetName poetry forms quatrain quatrains refrain rhymed rhyme optional sestet Smith Spanish stanzaic syllabic tetrameter unrhymed Van Gorder Weatherford Welsh
- The Logolilt is an invented verse form that features diminishing line length. It was created by Flozari Rockwood.The Logolilt is:
- stanzaic written in any number of sixains made up of 2 tercets each.
- syllabic, 8/4/2/8/4/2 8/4/2/8/4/2.
- rhymed, rhyme scheme aabccb ddeffe. (aabccbddeffe)
My Thanks to Judi Van Gorder for the wonderful resource at PMO
I Taught My Grandkid, Too (Logolilt)
I frequently find I must dunk
a yummy chunk
my hot chocolate or coffee-
that’s just like me.
The Vignette is also the name of a syllabic invented verse form introduced by Fozari Rockwood found in Pathways for the Poet by Viola Berg,1977.
The Vignette is:
a hexastich, an unrhymed poem in 6 lines.
syllabic: 2/4/4/6/7/3 syllables per line.
Activities Director ( Vignette form )
reading a book.
My yorkie drops
his chew ball upon my
chest, holds it with one paw; quiet
bark, “Let’s go.”