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The Man in the Iron MaskOur D'Artagnan, where can he be?Today's Paris is starving,our king cares more for moneythan people's futures, carvinga deep divide between the havesand the more diverse, have nots,to subject and control our liveslocked behind an iron mask.Who will lead us out from the restrictive,cold, hard metal cage that chafes its captive? ~~Judi Van Gorder Notes: ▼ Verse Form Ravenfly is an invented verse form created by Amanda J. Norton, (Darkbutterfly). The elements of the Ravenfly are: a decastich (poem in 10 lines), made up of 2 quatrains f
Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry The Sonnet Sonnet Comparison Chart Invented Forms Poet's Collective, is where Lawrence Eberhart has gathered forms he has found interesting. He usually simply finds a form, copies and pastes the information giving the source credit, analyses the frame, maybe adds a comment and then writes some of the best example poems I've encountered. Many of the invented forms unique to the site were originally found at All Poetry, A poetry community where there are some poetry courses and many blog like forums that include poetry of the members as well as informatio
Where Doves Won't Fly The Eddas speak of Odin's spies, known as Memory and Thought. Two ravens with guttural cries winged form of a juggernaut. The watchers spread their jet black wings stalking man's mischievous ways. Storytellers and minstrels sing the legends of yesterdays. Much later, the bird warns of other woes immortalized by Edgar Allan Poe. ~~Judi Van Gorder Notes: ▼ The Eddas Two books from 13th Century Iceland, a collection of ancient poetry and a "how to write poetry" from ancient Nordic poets. The Raven by Edgar Alla