Thursday, August 11, 2022

Two Poems from "The Rhyme It Out Project! - Part Two"

 Hi Guys,

This poem, Learning the Terzanelle, is wrote in one of the poem forms I used to create my own form in my book My Form Created, Tervillazanelle. It is one of my favorite poem forms as it rhymes. It is similar to the Villanelle, however, different in the rhyming sequence as you can see in the Villanelle posted under the Terzanelle poem where I wrote a second Villanelle for part two of The Rhyme It Out Project!


“T” Terzanelle – “Learning the Terzanelle”

“T” Terzanelle Poetic Form

The terzanelle poems are a mixture of two popular Italian forms of the Villanelle (refrains) and the terza rima (structured rhyming) in 19 line.

Here the refrain and rhyme order as follows:

 

A1

B

A2

 

b

C

B

 

c

D

C

 

d

E

D

 

e

F

E

 

f

A1

F

A2

  

Learning the Terzanelle

 

This terzanelle, an easy Italian form

Combining form villanelle and terza rima

Giving me a great way to perform

 

It’s a  very interesting from schema

I do like the villanelle form poem rule

A repetitive form I’ve learned suprema

 

The terza rima rhyming is cool

Giving me a way to make it rhyme

A learning curve that is dual

 

This dual structure I can make chime

In learning a poem, I really like

This one I can learn in a short time

 

In hopefully making it not a strike

My goal is to perform and learn

Hoping with this form to drop the mic

 

In rhyming this form I’m not concern

This terzanelle, an easy Italian form

It’s dual structure one that is stern

Giving me a great way to learn





“V” Villanelle – “Villanelle Again

 “V” Villanelle

The villanelle is French form, like most other French poems, incorporates a strict rhyme scheme and repetition. The villanelle is a quadratic poem that is five tercets consisting of line lengths of 8-10 syllables. The first and third lines of the first stanza become refrains that repeat throughout the poem. This form was in part one of this rhyming project; however, cannot fine another “V” form. So here again this form.

Here is how it should look:

A (1)

b

A (2)

 

a

b

A(1)

 

a

b

A (2)

 

a

b

A (1)

 

a

b

A (2)

 

a

b

A (1)

A (2)


Villanelle Again


For here I perform this form once again

A form I’ve become very familiar with

From repetitive, easy to attain

 

Now I rhyme this form with no strain

It’s as common to me as the name Smith

For here I perform this form once again

 

No need to greatly rack my brain

It’s structure easy rhyming herewith

Form repetitive, easy to attain

 

My name even rhymes being Elaine

Awesome this chance, I jumped forthwith

For here I perform this form once again

 

Its lines being syllables eight to ten

Found easy, no need to be a wordsmith

Form repetitive, easy to attain

 

Rhyming being a familiar domain

In this endeavor there’s no myth

For here I perform this form once again

From repetitive, easy to attain


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