Blogging From A to Z April Challenge 2013: The Big Reveal


In addition to Haiku Heights’ April Haiku Challenge that will be following the A to Z theme,  I be explore different poetry forms A to Z not repeating and not including haiku, I haven’t decided yet if I will just give the basics of each form or also included a poem I write on each form. (Maybe I’ll keep that to myself). If I do write a poem for each form, the post will include a bit about that form at least an example from someone else if I do not write one myself and the Haiku Heights Haiku of the day. I’ll try to incorporate the haiku prompts into the poem I write-maybe-or relate the haiku to the other poem. The only letters I had trouble with were X and Y. As it stand now,Y is Yeats Inspired and X is either going to be X-shaped or X-rated unless someone as any legitimate ideas.

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12 thoughts on “Blogging From A to Z April Challenge 2013: The Big Reveal

  1. can't wait to see that, jenn! you're right about the x and z, but maybe around the world you'll find a poetic form fitted. I'll document the Romanian poetic forms and see if i can help!

  2. One of my early ideas when I was trying to think of my theme for this year was very similar – explain the type of poetry and then write an example, except all my poems were going to be inspired by cute dog pictures. Then I remembered I suck at poetry, so I scrapped that idea. 🙂 I'm so glad your doing it, and I can't wait to read about the different types (I was also missing more letters than X and Y, so hooray for you for finding so many types!).

  3. I look forward to your posts: haiku & other poetry goodies. I love love love haiku – I wrote my first sunrise haiku in months and it felt SOOOO good!! I'm writing about Literary Grannies. Know any poets whose first name starts with Q? That's all I have left! LOLJulie Jordan ScottA to Z Participant Literary Grannies, A to Z

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