A poem based on the film “Whiplash”.
“...And the dictionary is offering literary criticism. Accusing me of word plagiarism...”
A poem about the one rule we have at our writing group: you're not allowed to apologise for your work.
Poems that don't follow a regular rhyme scheme or structure.
5 lines, following the rhyme scheme AABBA. Usually silly or funny (which is why I love limericks).
A line of poetry that contains 5 sets of iambs. Each iamb is 2 syllables: an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable.
A form of Japanese poetry that consists of 3 lines. Haiku poems have a syllable structure of 5-7-5.
A couplet consists of a pair of lines, typically rhyming.