• mirakee 25w

    Write a TYBURN poem. Tag with #PoetryWednesday and share.

    Sowing (2 syllables)
    Hoeing (2 syllables)
    Growing (2 syllables)
    Mowing (2 syllables)

    Planting gardens, sowing, hoeing grounds. (9 syllables)
    Sunshine keeps all growing, mowing mounds.(9 syllables)'
    - Marion Gibson

    A Tyburn Poem is a six-line poetic form where the first four lines consist of just a single, two syllabled word each that all rhyme.
    Line 5 has nine syllables, with the fifth to eighth syllables using the words from lines 1 and 2.
    Line 6 also has nine syllables, with the fifth to eighth syllables using the words from lines 3 and 4.
    ( A syllable is a word or part of a word which contains one vowel sound)

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