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A Cinquain & Palindrome

Posted in Poetry with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 17, 2010 by dustus

The following post is a collective result of visiting two of my poetic blogging friends.  The first poem is a Cinquain inspired by my One Stop Poetry partner in crime Mr. Chris G. (The Waking Den). The second poem is a Palindrome inspired by my friend Marinela Reka (Short Poems). I’ve included the links to their posts after each poem. They both do a great job explaining form through their respective posts.  Cheers

Eyes Beam 

Burnt blends
Dawning routines
China saucer clanking
Red nail polish covers giggle
Eyes beam

*Funeral for Reason – Cinquain by Chris G.




I am free like this post and me
Fallen flakes through effortless dreams
Meditation cleansing, detachment mending
Sensations uplifting, believing life fleeting
Friendships only meant to mean
No umbrage keeps a smile feeling
I am free like this post and me

*Hope – Palindrome by Marinela Reka

Dustus Friday: Introducing Poet Marinela Reka

Posted in One Stop Poetry with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 15, 2010 by dustus

Guest Spotlight: Marinela Reka

Her blog is called Short Poems.

“There’s a rising star in the poetic blogosphere, and her name is Marinela Reka.  This young lady is 14 years old and has been writing since age 6….”

read more @
One Stop Poetry

Happy Friday!