Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Trifall - Resplendent Morn

Today I have written another poem on nature, a Trifall for the A to Z Challenge

Arrives resplendent morn,

Bees soon throng,

Yawning cattle and flapping chicks,

Erasing midnight’s scorn,

skip along,

fluffy billows and sun play tricks.

Zephyr ruffle meadows,

Picking plums,

Standing tall, an old willow smiles,

By noon subside shadows,

Buds blossom,

Spreading fragrance for many miles

The Tri-fall, created by Jan Turner, consists three 6-line stanzas, for a total of 18 lines. The rhyme scheme is a,b,c,a,b,c and meter for each stanza is as follows: 6/3/8, 6/3/8. This form requires little to no punctuation and can be written on any subject matter.

::Don't Miss out on previous poetry types::
Day 1 - A for Acrostic                                        
Day 2 - B for Blitz   
Day 3 - C for CinqTroisDecaLaRhyme                    

Day 4 - D For Diamente  
Day 5 - E for Essence                                       
Day 6 - F for Florette 
Day 7 - G for Ghazal 
Day 8 - H for Haiku 
Day 9 - I for Inverted Refrain  
Day 10 - J for Joseph Star
Day 11 - K for Kyrielle 
Day 12 - L for Lanturne
Day 13 - M for Minute Poetry
Day 14 - N  for Nove Otto
Day 15 - O for Octelle
Day 16 - P for Palindrome
Day 17 - Q for Quatrain
Day 18 - R for Rictameter 
Day 19 - S for Shape Poetry


  1. How wonderful is that and I can't wait to walk through a picture you created with this poem

  2. Lovely


  3. That was lovely to read..:-) Enjoyed it:-)

  4. Pretty!!!

    Participant|AtoZ Challenge 2014
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