Poetry Forms

There are many different types of poetry forms. The one that is now my new favorite is the Spine type of Poetry. This is where you take a word or phrase, such as “The Phantom of the Opera” and turn it into a poem that looks like this:

The dim light threw

Phantom shadows onto the curtains

Of dark maroon and

The fat lady sang off-key

Opera dimly in the background.

I think it’s kind of fun! You could make all sorts of fun poems with just a simple saying!


~ by w1s3r on February 10, 2010.

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