Ingrid @Experimentsinfc is on a short form poetry binge over on twitter. Join in. It’s fun. Here are a few cinquains I’ve posted.
of rain and wind
closes at noon, bruised cloud
swells, a rain-tossed sea, where kestrels
soars the bright rim
bathed in rainglow, puddled
light roaring through grassy ditches,
mountain cloud slopes,
snow bright with silver light
and steely shafts of rain spears where
24 thoughts on “Winter moon cinquains”
Great work Jane, keep the poetry flowing!
You know me, queen of procrastination—what? The windows need cleaning? Okay, when I’ve finished this poem…
Oh that’s my kind of procrastination 🤣
It’s the kind that makes you feel you were actually doing something worthwhile 🙂
I find short poems so effective when told in the right way.
They can be good, but they need work like doing a puzzle.
Oh, lovely! I have to go check it out on Twitter now.
Tweet away. It seems to me there are loads of short forms that we can tweet.
i believe you write the most beautiful poetry Jane.
I’m pleased you enjoy it, Holly 🙂
Very much Jane. You’re poetry is unsurpassed ! 😊
That is some high praise!
It’s very true!
Your appreciation means a lot xx
Beautiful images as always. I like the idea of rhe rainy day closing at noon. (K)
Thanks. It often feels as though the day is over before it’s got properly light.
This time of year is like that.
Cheers Tricia 🙂