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  • #16
    I think the volta needs lines 5 and 6, with 7 as the resolution.

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    • #17
      Okay. This will be a challenge, as I'm not used to resolving voltas. Really put my foot in that one. You shall have to give a taste of how it's done, Maestro.

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      • #18
        Good morning grant hayes and MHenry I have just caught up on our new poetry format! Exciting!! SERENDIPITY Need coffee to add to this!

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        • #19
          lunar glide Hi ! Thank you for reading and liking !

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          • #20
            Muttado1sb Hi ! Thank you for the thumbs up on this one. I had almost forgotten this one and the date (almost a year ago!) and inspiration of format to process of birth of the Ha'sonnet.
            Re-reading Grant and MHenry was fun tonight!

            This poem had a deeper meaning I had not shared at the time... The images were meant to be more of an end of life here as we know it and making a transition to "the other side". In my mind at the time, it was a vision I had of Ireland/Scotland.
            Anyway, somewhere beautiful I could picture but had never been and hoped to get to.

            Thank you.

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            • #21
              the birth of a new poetic form! Maybe we will resurrect this one day and try to popularize it!

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              • #22
                grant hayes

                After writing that first one of4 syllables to inspiration Grant's first poem... without the more strict rules imposed of lines limited I have toyed with it. You know my ruffled feathers with rules ! I would like to propose a more lenient count. What say you and

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                • #23
                  i say write what pleases you and call it what you will!

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                  • grant hayes
                    grant hayes commented
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                    I'll second that. Some poets write better within strict frameworks, others write better when they're unconstrained. Some poets do well with both.
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