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  1. Tinker

    No Sapphic Ode Sonnet

    No Sapphic Ode Sonnet An ode, a tome of lofty praise, a sonnet, thought in little song and Sapphic lines have dactyl maze, this form named wrong. Oh how I strain to clarify the technicalities of verse with small success, but still I try. It could be worse. Iambic beat in fourteen lines with rhyme we sing this sonnet form. No ode or Sapphic tones define this poem, my scorn. Still crafted writing is the final goal, reveal my mind and share my soul. ~~Judi Van Gorder Sapphic Ode Sonnet
  2. Explore the Craft of Writing Greek Verse, the beginnings. The Sapphic Stanza is classic Aeolic verse and attributed to the poetess Sappho 6 BC, Greece. Plato so admired her that he spoke of her not as lyricist or poet but called her the 10th Muse. Her poems spoke of relationships and were marked by emotion. In a male dominated era she schooled and mentored women artists on the island of Lesbos and her writing has often been equated with woman-love. "Rather than addressing the gods or recounting epic narratives such as those of Homer, Sappho's verses speak from one individual to another."
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