golden leaves are falling down autumn coming to an end, a new season on the wind, as I walk the path with Kobi. the leaves a- glitter in yellow and orange, the golden leaves are falling down. cooler temps a-coming snow in the high coun- try. golden leaves are falling down.
Assignment Day 9: Cold, Concrete Poem, Anaphora/Epistrophe
Today’s Subject: Cold
From wintry weather to emotional aloofness to the fun you had during your heyday as a teen figure skating champion, write a poem that will send chills down our spines (literally or not).
Today’s Form: Concrete Poem
Generally speaking, any poem that’s typographically arranged to represent a specific shape (recognizable or not) is a concrete, or “shape” poem.
Today’s Device: Anaphoa/Epistrophe
Anaphora simply means the repetition of the same word (or cluster of words) at the beginning of multiple lines of verse in the same poem. Epistrophe is its counterpart: the repeated words appear at the end of lines.