Thursday, May 10, 2012

Thursday Poetry Form Week 35: Write A Poem With Referred Word or Color in It!


How to define poetry form? It’s hard to tell, anything related to poetry is called a poem and has a form, so via NAPOWRIMO, I know that a poem with the name of a color in it can be called a poetry form, here it goes, I picked one from Firefox Poetry at Promising Poets Parking Lot again…

Enjoy !




http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/2011/04/19/30-poems-in-30-days-day-18/

Happy Poeming!

Happy May Days!

Blue jay sings
under the blue sky,
Bluebell flower brings
the bluest tie,
shake off blue mood,
Enjoy a blueberry pie,
Watch Blues Clues show and beam,
Dive in the blue water and swim.

3 comments:

Helen Shang Obama said...

enjoy the challenge, all.

Rinkly Rimes said...

THE DARKNESS OF BLACK

Black is the depths of the deep dark mine,
Where only feeble lamp-lights shine;
Black are the patterns of Columbine.
Darkness.
Black is the colour of the midnight skies
Where bright stars flit like fireflies;
Black is the colour when you close your eyes.
Darkness.
Black is the colour of the wicked heart;
And the poppy's darkest part;
Black is the fruit in blackberry tart.
Darkness.
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ami de manila said...

Black is the absence of light, but your poem gave black a rich meaning.