Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing every day in March. This Spanish poetry form is six lines, unrhymed with a 3-5-3-3-7-5 syllable count for the lines.
Fabulous day for
Splash! Splash! Splash!
Fat raindrops plop around me
as I twirl, twirl, twirl.
©2017, jone rush macculloch
I love the movement in your poem.
When I first saw the title of your post I thought it said shadow, LOL
This is a new form of poetry for me.
It’s now on my to do list.
Twirl twirl twirl.
Immediately has me envisioning a child in rainboots bigger than her legs with a frilly dress stomping in puddles and playing with the biggest, muddiest smile ever.
An interesting form, an unknown relative of the haiku?
The joy shines through this, and the reader is left wondering if this is a childhood memory, or a lifetime hobby.
Lov your poem. The form is new to me, one that I’d like to try. Thanks for sharing.