EZ-PZ Writes – November 6, 2022

cold and bare-faced trees awoken by morning chill spread leaves over hills

American Sentence: Invented by Allen Ginsberg. – Poets Collective

An American haiku variation. 17 syllables written in a sentence. Any topic –

So, the qualities of such a sentence? Like most other good poetry it should be Imagistic, with that gap of meaning between the writer and the reader; ie: phenomenology. Some kind of juxtaposition helps create a tension.

Please check out my Guide to Short Poetry Forms.


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24 thoughts on “EZ-PZ Writes – November 6, 2022

      1. Still have a few leaves… Had a young buck (just a small ‘rack’ – cross out back yard around 9a 🙂

        Warm rain on an off this morning. Makes raking a chore – with heavy leaves.

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  1. Our 11-year-old commented recently about the new baby: “I wonder what she’ll think of the trees losing their leaves?”

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  2. You did it again Miss Eugi!!! Amazin one sentnece Haiku!
    Hi-5”ss BellaDharma an BellaSita Mum

    Miss Eugi, mee iss tryin mee paw at this form of poe-etry, not sure mee ot it rite, butt mee tried!

    ” A precious mew day full of promise of what beeuty iss to come.”

    Whew that was a challenge….bee honest, did mee due OKay?

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