Cento for Your Thoughts

I’ve been on a poetry book buying/reading jag in the last year. A long overdue occurrence. I’ve also been on a form poetry writing jag. So far, the forms have been - pantoum, elegy, aubade, haiku, tanka, monostich, free verse, golden shovel, and tonight’s form, cento.     Bone Cento from Bone by Yrsa Daley-Ward … Continue reading Cento for Your Thoughts

I Never Knew I Liked

Forms. I’ve run away from poetic forms because they seemed too...structured? I don’t know. Whatever the reason, poetic forms made/make me feel insecure. But. I must’ve  (insert any number of cliches about change here) because I’m all for trying a new form or two now. Tonight, I try the golden shovel. My proto-version at least. … Continue reading I Never Knew I Liked