Today is Brought to You by the Letter C


Word of the DayColygraphia: 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

childhood memory
coated in bright layers
with a daisy border dream
“milky morsels plucked from rainbows”

My Clarity Pyramid 😀

Mysterious Disappearance

Think now
Muse ate words
Creative bane
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


19 thoughts on “A to Z Challenge Day Three: Colygraphia and Clarity Pyramid

  1. Interesting! I did not know the greek word for writer’s block, nor am I familiar with the clarity pyramid. That’s a cool form of poetry I’d like to try. Thanks for the education! 🙂

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    1. Click on the top right of my blog and the sidebar will slide out. If you scroll down to current challenges you will see A to Z Blog Challenge. My other two posts are there. You can also use my search button to find A to Z Challenge. Let me know if this helps!


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