River Tricube

 

Linda Mitchell challenged me to a Tricube today! A Tricube is a 9 syllable poem of 3 lines, each comprised of 3 syllables, and commonly written in 3 stanzas for a total of 27 syllables. 

River Tricube

when writing,
ride river
word rapids!

droughts will come
so will rains ~
levels change

when words flow
grab your pen: 
listen in! 

4 Replies to “River Tricube”

  1. Kim, what a nice topic and metaphor for writing. Very effective, with so few words. I love the rhymes, and the advice to “grab your pen” (proactive), but also the “listen in!” where the magic happens. Beautiful.

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  2. Oh, I love this poetry form! It's new to me, and just feels right for something that has been rattling around in my head for a few days. Thank you!The poem itself is so evocative, and so very true. It is wonderful.

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  3. How you manage to capture such power in so few words, Kim! I feel the mighty “word rapids” and sense the changing levels… this all happens during writing. As do the droughts, lol. And now I'm gonna have to try writing a Tricube. You never cease to inspire!

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