August 8, 2013

Nonet/Acrostic...


Carnation (Nonet)

 Carnation a flower of beauty
All in bright colors we do see
Rises in the morning sun
Nice aromas divine
As we come to see
Tulips touch me
In garden
Outside
Now

Carnation (Acrostic)

Carnation nature’s gift to us
Adjust flower standing up tall
Returning fragrance bring us joy
Natural bloom did curtsied today
All see garden’s beautiful show
Today soil gave birth to a bud
Inside our heart a smile is seen
Only once a year flowers beam
Never disappoints floral dream

 - Rhoda Galgiani


Nonet/Acrostic Form of Poetry - A 9 letter word - Do first stanza
as a Nonet then second stanza as an Acrostic - these styles as
combination must be left justified - Nonet has nine lines - The
first line has nine syllables, second line eight syllables, third line
seven syllables, etc…until line nine that finishes with one syllable
It can be on any subject and rhyming is optional - Acrostic Form is

where the first letter of each line spells a word usually using the
same word as the title...rg

3 comments:

Karen O'Leary said...

Two lovely poems Rhoda. Enjoyed reading them today. Keep on writing.

Karen

RG said...

Thank you Karen - happy you enjoyed them and you continue to visit 'Expressions'...rg

Karen O'Leary said...

Dear Rhoda,

I will continue to visit your beautiful site. You are such a talented writer.

Love,
Karen