Gotcha how a Blitz Poem is composed. Kudos to you for trying something new with poems again. This is an amazing poem John has crafted. Look over his challenge to other poets as well. Here is the link:
https://hubpages.com/literature/Clouds- … Blitz-Poem
Thank you so much for sharing this, Rosina, and for the generous comment.
What an interesting way to craft a poem. I had not heard about the Blitz style of writing poetry. And fifty lines are good to convey an idea, a story or a message.
Thank you for introducing me to this, John!
Would love to try this.
Thank you for sharing.
Thank you Rosina for sharing John's excellent work.
Wow! Will give it a go a few times. Loved your poem. Is there a suggest word count limit? Or, just short? I am looking at your pattern of mainly three words. Perhaps that does not matter as I am too analytical at times
I will share this with a Swedish poet friend, who once active here at HP, tomorrow.
Another poem exercise to explore. I'm a huge fan of word plays John. Especially where you base the next word or syllable from the last one. There is a game in Japan were players 2 or more alternatively give words base on the last syllable mentioned. The player will be eliminated from the round if he/she stutters or run out of words from a limited period of time. Let's say the word is 'kiseki' which means 'miracle', the next word should begin with the last syllable which is 'ki', it could be 'kirei' which means lovely or beautiful, the next one could be 'rei' or 'ei', I'd say 'eiga' which means movie but 'rei' itself is a word that means zero. Will try to make one sometime soon. Thanks John for sharing another form of poetry to explore. I'm sick of hearing shakespearean for pete's sake LOL.
Thank you Rosina for sharing John's Blitz poetry response to a prompt.
Blessings to both of you!
Good write John, timely for the world's current situation. You started with a simple 'clouds' like one would inhale exhale before starting to write. Then getting deeper and detailed with the current issues and problems of the world. It seems you are also bothered by it but can't help it. You ended it with the words, "forever", "believe", and "Love". Your puns and clever word plays really amuses me.
Kudos to your ever hard working brain cells. I salute them.
God bless you.
Hello Gianella. Thank you for reading and for your interesting comment. I found your description of that Japanese word game interesting. I hope you give this form of poetry a try. I find it always challenging but fun to try some different forms, especially those that are new to me. I am glad you enjoy my puns and wordplay too. Blessings.
I had not heard of a Blitz Poem before, but it very interesting. I like the one you wrote John. I may try this sometime. It would be a challenge.
Thanks for posting this article, Rosina.
What a joyful read! John. This is very interesting. Even I will try some day writing a blitz poem. You have nicely Crafted the blitz style in your poem.
Thank you Rosina for sharing John's work.
Wow! What a lovely poem, and what a fantastic way to write a poem. I'd never heard of a Blitz Poem before, so thank you very much for introducing it, John. It's so much fun. Loved it!
Thank you so much Rosina for sharing John's work
Blessings to both of you!!
Hi Misbah. I am happy I could introduce you to a new form of poetry. It was new to me to. I hope you give it a try. Blessings.
That was like trying to follow the flight of a hummingbird. I am whiplash from all the direction changes. LOL It seems like a fun exercise, and you answered the bell and did it beautifully.
What an interesting form of poetry! I had never heard of a Blitz poem before reading this. Thanks Rosina for sharing John's latest poem with us.
I think that John has created an excellent poem. To be honest, I wasn't impressed when I first heard about Blitz poetry, but John's poem has changed my mind. He's done a great job while sticking to the rules. Thank you very much for sharing his work, Rosina.
"Blitz poem" is a new term for me. It sounds interesting to read and write. You have done wonderful work, Jodah. Thanks for introducing and sharing your work with us.
Stay safe and healthy...
Well done John.
I've never heard of a Bliz poem and it sounds a bit challenging.
Maybe I'll find time to try it later.
Thank you, Brenda. I had never heard of it either but it was an interesting challenge. Not as difficult as I thought. You should try.
I think I just might. Gotta get some extra time somewhere, but I really enjoyed reading yours.
Thanks for the inspiration.
This is interesting. I have never seen this form either, that I remember. Good job, John.
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by Rosina S Khan 12 months ago
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by Rosina S Khan 2 weeks ago
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by Misbah Sheikh 15 months ago
Please take some time to read John's wonderful hub in response to Brenda's word prompt 'Breakfast'.Here's the link to his beautiful hub: https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Per … What-Is-ItThank you so much!
by Misbah Sheikh 6 months ago
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