The Corner

The Corner FramedThere’s a place in eLFonia where one goes when a pensive thought strikes, when that thought turns into a moment that passes through the hedges of understanding, when that moment surrounds the shadows of the mind, when the mind is consumed with liberating that moment of pensive thought.
It’s a place called The Corner.


A Collection of Thoughts through Poetry

A very traditional eLFonian pastime is to reflect and collect our thoughts into poetic verse. It’s a pass time enjoyed by all eLFonians and is directly dependent on the phases of the eLFonian moons. The frequency of production, therefore, is low given the full moons occur once every six earth months.

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The Collection so far …

The Corner – The Perils of Pauline (5/18/2015) - Attacked by a sudden and spurious bout of annoyingly alliterative aspersions, The Corner pondered the profundities of a perplexing position relating to an eLFette embroiled in an episode of eloquent enunciation. In the Pursuit of People Performance Pondering pensively, precariously perched pursuing … Continue reading
The Corner – Where the Home is (5/9/2015) - It’s been said that “home is where the heart is”. In a small part of the home, The Corner focuses on the peace that comes from the gentle reassurance a soft answer brings in turning away wrath. A point worth considering in a … Continue reading
The Corner – A Limerick of Love (3/10/2015) - 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
The Corner – Enigmatic Elegy (3/3/2015) - 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
The Corner – Happily Haiku (2/24/2015) - 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
The Corner – Entangled Enjambment (2/19/2015) - 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
The Corner – Acrostically Tanka (2/18/2015) - 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
The Corner – A Limerick Proper. A Limerick Lost (2/17/2015) - A double dose of The Corner today; As catching up means dealing with Haiku and Limericks all without sway; So be warned, be armed, be ready for action; As the end of this day brings a chain reaction; I wonder if … Continue reading
The Corner – Shine on Water (2/17/2015) - Taking time out from the realities of life to explore the hidden structure of Haiku, The Corner looks at a different way to construct thoughts through this interesting poetic form. Shine on Water The moonlight’s rays make Your face to … Continue reading
The Corner – The Sisters of Prudence (2/10/2015) - Wisdom so rare, calling aloud from outside. Wisdom so pure, raising her voice in the open squares. Yet fools despise wisdom and instruction. The Corner takes a moment to consider wisdom and understanding. Wisdom is the principal thing. Therefore, get wisdom, … Continue reading
The Corner – The Finality of Were (2/3/2015) - Sometimes we say things that hurt others. The tongue is indeed an unruly evil, full of poison. Such a little member of our body that boasts great things. See how great a forest a little fire kindles! Such is the … Continue reading
The Corner – Who Stands Before Me? (1/27/2015) - There are moments that leave us reeling over what we’ve just done. There are moments that leave us thinking, “who is in control?” The Corner turned into a place of refuge this week as one of those moments became a realisation … Continue reading
The Corner – My Darkest Hour (1/20/2015) - The darkness that engulfs our thoughts at times can be overbearing. For some, it takes over to the point of extreme and ongoing torment and agony. Sometime ago, The Corner became a necessary repose of reflection to consider the anguish being … Continue reading
The Corner – A Lonely Plate (1/13/2015) - Considering the plight of the Melmac Dish recently, reminded me of a poor, lonely plate left at my home several years ago. Sitting in The Corner during a moment of quiet respite, I recalled how that poor, lonely plate just … Continue reading
The Corner – Where Art Thou? (1/6/2015) - Pondering the perplexities of star-crossed tragedies while relegated to The Corner during a moment of idle time, Juliet’s question resounded with an unnerving, shrill scream. The shocking jolt of said question, moreover the resultant squawk, gave rise to opportunity to ponder the build-up of … Continue reading
The Corner – Life through Water (1/4/2015) - Thoughts on life prompted by a drop of life-giving water – so scarce in some places, so abundant in others. Some thoughts on water on The Corner in response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “New.” Our dependence on … Continue reading
The Corner – Another New Year (12/29/2014) - This moment in The Corner considers the somewhat strange mix of fruit and the new year that is just round the corner. As a result, this post is also offered in response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Cause, Meet Effect.” Another New … Continue reading
The Corner (12/16/2014) - There’s a place in eLFonia where one goes when a pensive thought strikes, when that thought turns into a moment that passes through the hedges of understanding, when that moment surrounds the shadows of the mind, when the mind is consumed … Continue reading

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