I am hereby extending the dateline to the end of November, on assumption that you guys are tied up at work on at school..
On a lighter note, I will put up the limmerick has form of December, you don't have to prepare anything yet, i'll release the subject of desire once we're done with the quatrain..
The object you are to describe, in the form of 1 - 2 paragraphs of the quatrain is the mirror..
Do not ask why the mirror is chosen, just see what you can write about, with the subject mirror in mind.. And you can choose to interpret the mirror as you wish.. (i'm not saying how)..
Submit as your usual deviation, but note us the link with "Mirror" in the subject field. I would like to have a due date, and i think 20 days from now should be fitting..
So on the 21st Nov 2003, I will compile all your links, and put them up as a deviation, or on the journal. Members are highly encouraged to view works of the other members.
corruptedangel may be coming up with a contest soon, with regards to quatrain, so stick with us for the month of Nov yeah ??
To join this community, please send a NOTE (as opposed to writing a devious comment) with the subject "Joining" saying that you want to join.
Our new folks !!!
I am not too sure about this message board now, but if you would like to check it out, here's the daniela.creative-flow.net/poet…
If you want to do the official write-up on any forms with a specified rhyme scheme, meter, and/or repetition, please note poetic-forms. If you just have information on the forms but don't want to write it up, send a note as well and we will pass the information on to whoever would like to do the write-up. The write ups will contain a brief history of the form, perhaps an example, and a full description of the rhyme scheme, meter, common themes, etc. All write ups shall be channeled through this page (i.e. the text should be sent in a note here) and from here it will be submitted as a deviation.
www.rhymer.com: An online rhyming dictionary. Thanks scarrow!
rhyme.poetry.com: Another online rhyming dictionary/thesaurus. Thanks milpalabras!
means member has submitted a write-up, thanks!
(Somewhere along the line the process of adding member links to the journal faulted. If you are a member and your name isn't on here send a note so we can add you. Thanks. corruptedangel)