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The Corner – A Limerick of Love

A limerick lost turned into a torrent of tangible thoughts as The Corner began its foray into the field of fanciful figures while feasting on fine food and frolicking through fluctuating forms at the same time fleshing out a framework for the … Continue reading

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The Corner – Enigmatic Elegy

Eligaic couplets are the focus of The Corner today as a mysterious fog rises up to fill the air bringing mythology to the fore with the Ferryman carrying souls of the newly deceased across the rivers Styx and Acheron, their fate … Continue reading

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The Corner – Happily Haiku

Continuing with the exploration of Haiku structure, The Corner provided the ideal place to develop several short, theme-related stanzas. These are combined forming a single thought on the topic of love. A challenging aspect of poetic construction reflecting perhaps the challenge … Continue reading

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The Corner – Entangled Enjambment

Entangled with enjambment, The Corner was used to construct a concrete edifice to a strange phenomenon that is part of life. In nature, cougars hunt to survive. They stalk their prey before pouncing with unrelenting force, delighting in the meal for the … Continue reading

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The Corner – Acrostically Tanka

Drowning in acrostic waves spilling over thoughts centred around trust, The Corner investigates the Tanka, a form employing a 5-7-5-7-7 syllabic pattern. The focus of such a structure presenting a short, yet challenging approach to interpreting form and thought. Acrostically Tanka Take my … Continue reading

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