Since we talked about literature in your world on Sunday, let’s get more specific. Who is the most famous author… Read more Writing Prompt Saturday- Your worlds favorite author
Carpe Diem poetry isn’t a specific form. It’s a style of poetry about seizing the day.
It’s my favorite month of the year, October, and I am loving every second of it. My kids have already started talking about their favorite project for the month, the annual carving of the jack o lantern.
This is one of the most fun poetry forms I have ever found.
Even the most baddass character should have something silly about them. Something that makes them more of a real person, and not just a character to preform a task.
Have you ever written a tanka before? It’s like a haiku, but a little longer. It consists of five lines, with a syllable pattern of 5,7,5,7,7. I love the style because it gives all the brevity of a haiku, with a little more breathing room.