Poetry challenge: Lanturne poem.

by Harry

The Lanturne is a five-line verse shaped like a Japanese lantern with a syllabic pattern of one, two, three, four, one.

Good luck everyone.

36 poems posted so far.

Example

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Swift
Winds blow
threatening,
a tornado
grows.

Copyright © 2003 Crystal Rose

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Heather

Diana

Harry

Melba

Venkat

Joanna

Wendy

Venkat

Abhilasla. S

Harry

Emily

M.J.Jaya

Mystickuheli

Harry

Jamie

Harry

C.W.

Georgia

Venkat

Harry

Jeremy

Wendy

Lynndiane

Apurva

Christine

Venkat

Michelle

Thom

Harry

Sheket

Michelle

M.R.Jaya.

Jeremy.

Venkat

Geoff

Jeremy

22 Responses to “Poetry challenge: Lanturne poem.”

  1. Good challenge. A chance to post a lanturne I wrote some time ago. Enjoy.

  2. Ooh thank you Harry, this sounds like a good one! Not as easy as it sounds to be effective I inagine. 😄

  3. Been waiting for ages…Harry!

  4. Harry, I can’t wait to try this one. I’ll be back after I post a regular poem I already have waiting.

    Blessings ~ Wendy ❀

  5. It is my opinion, a single lanturne poem is more difficult to write than multiple,a complete meaning full poem in eleven words is a task indeed.

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