Poetry Challenge: Nonet

by Harry

Write a Nonet poem.

Christine introduced this short poetry form to Poets Corner with her poem here which I am using for our next challenge.

The following will explain how a nonet is formed.

A Nonet has nine lines.

The first line has nine syllables, the second line eight syllables, the third line seven syllables, etc… until line nine that finishes with one syllable.

Non authors can post here

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Widows Walk.

When the pen writes.

Canine lesson in love

Heinous crime

Pyramid of success

Mindful

Leatherback

The future is metal

Rest content

Meaning in numbers

Life

Belfast Forum

Onward

Sleep

Lost

Saturday cooking

Spring

Flight

Meaningless words

Dictionary

Ink siren

Rape culture

Pain in the ass

The painting

Fading away

The meaning of existence

Morning Musings

Help

Shiver Me Tulips

Now

Peace

10 Responses to “Poetry Challenge: Nonet”

  1. Great challenge Harry! Will submit very soon! 🙂

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