SOLSC17: 11/31 Shadorma Saturdays


Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing every day in March.

I wrote in the shadorma poetry form every Saturday, last April.  I thought it might be a good thing to do during March.  A “shadorma”.  This poetry form is six lines, unrhymed with a 3-5-3-3-7-5 syllable count for the lines.

In honor of the full moon tomorrow.

the worm moon
on the horizon
maple sap
starts to flow
the ground softens, time to plant
as robins return

© 2017, jone rush macculloch




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4 Responses to SOLSC17: 11/31 Shadorma Saturdays

  1. Rand Raynor says:

    thanks for the introduction to shadorma! This will make it into my upcoming 3rd grade poetry workshop!

  2. This is a beautiful post. Thank you for sharing your talent. 🙂

  3. Liz Bailey says:

    Thank you for introducing me to this form of poetry. It’s beautiful!

  4. Tara Smith says:

    I had no idea such a poetic form even existed…thanks for the beautiful introduction to it, Jone.

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