Today is Brought to You by the Letter C
Word of the Day: Colygraphia: Neologism for writer’s block, from the Greek prefix coly- meaning ‘hinder’ or ‘prevent’ and graphos meaning ‘write.’
Poetry Form: Clarity Pyramid
The Clarity Pyramid has seven lines.
- The first line is the subject or focus of your poem; the second and third lines are either synonyms for the title or they help clarify the subject.
- The second stanza is a life event centered around the first stanza.
- The last line redefines the first line.
Example of Clarity Pyramid
coated in bright layers
with a daisy border dream
“milky morsels plucked from rainbows”
My Clarity Pyramid 😀
Muse ate words
Too much description
Plot missing in action
“Perspective altered rearranged”
Word of the Day by Huffington Post: 10 Words Every Writer Should Know
Poem Theme of the Day by Mindlovemisery Menagerie
Poem by Marie Summers
Photo by Hideout Theatere