Whittled Words – Madrigal Poem

The madrigal originated as an Italian form, as a pastoral song.

Tuesday Tidbits #147

A jumble of jotted jingles judiciously jovial.

Whittled Words – Lai Poem

The lai is another French form. It is a nine-line poem or stanza that uses an “a” and “b” rhyme following this pattern: aabaabaab.

Tuesday Tidbits #146

A copious collection of comments on creative composition.

Whittled Words – Ottava Rima Poem

With an Italian origin, the earliest known use of the ottava rima poetry form dates back to the fourteenth century, when the form was introduced into the Italian literary scene by poet Giovanni Boccaccio.

Tuesday Tidbits #145

An inundation of innocuous idioms about incessant ink.

Whittled Words – Hay(na)ku Poem

Hay(na)ku is a simple poetic form, and it is also one of the newest.

Tuesday Tidbits #144

A pool of poignant and powerful prayers for prose.

Whittled Words – Huitain Poem

The huitain is actually a derivative of the French ballade. In fact, it is a complete 8-line poem composed of one ballade stanza.

Tuesday Tidbits #143

A well of wispy words and wishes for writers.

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