Murmurs ~ A Trianglet

Word jumble

 

Murmurs

Words
Jumble
In my mind
Spilling over
Lost conversations
Reverberations
Distant echoes
Over time
Humble
Words

 

Definition of a Trianglet Poem: The Trianglet was created by Mina M Sutherland and featured in Viola Berg’s Pathways for the Poet. It consists of ten lines with syllable counts of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1, respectively, to form a triangular shape on the page. The rhyme scheme is A, b, c, x, d, d, x, c, b, A, where x represents no rhyme and the last line is the same as the first line.

 

Author: chocotales

I am a writer who is passionate about words. I find them magical and seductive. I write short stories, poetry, and non fiction. I'm currently working on my first novel.

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