Tag Archives: Take Five

A Sort of Jazzy Sonnet

A Sort of Jazzy Sonnet by Michael Romani Lost in an abstraction of truth I spent the morning with the jazz That I loved so much in my youth A rhythmic kick of funky pizzazz Filled with that subtle incongruency … Continue reading

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Take Five, #3: Recognizing the Enemy

The third poem from tonigh’s short-form poetry workshop relied on the following words: Take Five, Part 2: 1 – defenestration the action of throwing someone or something out of a window. the action of dismissing someone from a position of … Continue reading

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Take Five, #2: I Come Seeking Wisdom

The second poem from tonight’s short form poetry workshop relied on the following words: Take Five, Part 2: 1- Pedagogy The discipline that deals with the theory and practice of education 2 – senescence the condition or process of deterioration … Continue reading

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Take Five, #1: The Serpent

At tonight’s short form poetry workshop, we engaged in a sort of game of poetic wordplay.  The goal of the game is to take five selected lesser used words and quickly form a dash of poetry from these words. The … Continue reading

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