Archive for Cinquain

  1. MOUNTAINS (CINQUAIN) • by CDSinex 3 Comments

      To live in these mountains, walking the leaf bare woods. The seasons change, but time seems to stand still.   CDSinex lived in rural Hokkaido (Japan’s northernmost island) for 20 years, and enjoys the challenge of Japanese short-forms as well as the discipline of writing in rhyme and meter.

    Cinquain, Form, Poems

  2. THE MEADOW • by CDSinex 3 Comments

    Two bucks stand motionless at meadow’s edge. Afraid— not trusting the warm safety of August.       CDSinex lived in rural Hokkaido (Japan’s northernmost island) for 20 years, and enjoys the challenge of Japanese short-forms as well as the discipline of writing in rhyme and meter.

    Cinquain, Nature, Poems

  3. GROUNDED (CINQUAIN) • by CDSinex 4 Comments

      Red-eye— a few lost souls snowbound in Montréal. Fighting sleep, your scent still fresh on my clothes.   CDSinex lived in rural Hokkaido (Japan’s northernmost island) for 20 years, and enjoys the challenge of Japanese short-forms as well as the discipline of writing in rhyme and meter.

    Cinquain, Poems

  4. TRIBUTE TO A SHEL • by Paul Ingrassia 7 Comments

    for Silverstein Giving tree shaded him from attic to sidewalk’s end — and now, the world is missing a piece. Paul Ingrassia is a leftover eighties metal-head hippie from New York with a passion for reading and writing short poetry and flash fiction. He was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2006 for his cinquain poem […]

    Cinquain, Literary, Poems