The Anna: Hush

This poem is my final contribution to the poetic ‘scavenger hunt’ designed by @murisopsis from A Different Perspective. This time the theme is Names, as in poetic forms that feature a name (e.g. one of the prompts is to write a poem in the form of “Amandas Pinch” — a form I’ve personally never heard of before). There are thirteen prompts in total so this is more manageable then a daily commitment challenge. Check out all the prompts and the way it works here and join in if your up for some poetic puzzling. Enjoy!


Prompt 13

Write a poem using the form The Anna or write a Dr. Stella.

A Different Perspective

The Anna poem is composed of 7 lines with syllable count 2/3/4/5/4/3/2 and unrhymed. Full rules here.


Hush

Hush. Hush.
Listen to
The rhythm of
Our hearts in tandem
Chanting quietly
A mantra
Of love.


What a wonderful learning experience this poetry scavenger hunt has been. I found a few new forms that I will experiment with. A big thanks to Murisopsis for designing and hosting it.


Be well,

Monty


6 Comments

  1. murisopsis says:

    Monty your poem is so good! I love the idea of 2 hearts beating together! How completely romantic! Thank you for joining in the fun! It makes me happy to know that you were introduced to some new forms and that you created marvelous poetry too!!

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    1. Monty Vern says:

      Thanks for your support both as host and avid reader! Appreciate the feedback and encouragement. Always ready to learn!

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  2. Kathleen says:

    Hush hush. Lovely

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  3. Wow! Cant believe another challenge is done for you! Im sure you’ll pick a new one soon (probably already have and since I’m behind on reading posts I just havent come across it yet lol

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    1. Monty Vern says:

      Haha. Nah. I’m ready for a bit is relaxed writing for a while. Haha.

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      1. Lol thats totally fair!

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