Poem: Minute Poem- “Histarically.”  


So, I decide I want in on some of the poetry forms I’ve seen some bloggers doing. This form and description are from Annie on What the Woman Wrote and you can also check out Shadow Poetry here.

Minute Poem: a rhyming verse form, 12 lines of 60 syllables written in strict iambic meter. Formatted into 3 stanzas of 8-4-4-4 syllables each. Rhyme scheme: aabb, ccdd, eeff. Best suited to light verse – humorous, whimsical, or semi-serious. 

 

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I hate that you won’t wait to see,

All that is me, 

All that I dream,

The way I seem.

We’re going at a speed I can’t chance,

It’s not a dance,

This is real life,

Why leave me strife. 

I want to dream fantastically, 

Histarically, 

Is it a ruin?

Live in light strewn. 

——-

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7 thoughts on “Poem: Minute Poem- “Histarically.”  ”

  1. The first words “I hate it” are right away followed by a reasonable complaint about the pace, the speed of things. When we go so fast, we do miss what’s authentically, wonderfully there. “It it a ruin?” Good question–if in haste, we don’t take time to dream. Goodness, well-said! Thank you!

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