The cinquain is charming, Pamela. Look how much information and sensory imagery you packed into just eleven words [and that includes the title!].
Margo, this could be an addictive form for me, thanks:)
Pamela, this is amazing! So much meaning packed into this handful of words. Cinquain? Must try. You did it up nicely, indeed.Another, less cynical look at creation, love, Amyhttp://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/05/26/creation-circles/
Beautiful cinquain, Pamela!
Thanks am, much appreciated.
I loved writing this, Amy. Thanks.
Thanks Mary. Margo has very interesting writing prompts on Tuesdays.
This is really nice Pamela. Being of Scandinavian descent, I can relate. :) I'll check out Margo's site. Thanks for the tip.~Brenda
Thanks Brenda. Yes, Margo has some excellent exercises to flex the poetry muscles. You should take a look at her prompts on Tuesdays.
I like your 'personal' cinquain. This form is fun, and so versatile.
Thanks Viv. I had fun writing this one. I believe they could be addictive.