Hi everyone! Grace here to showcase another invented verse form, synchronicity. This poetry form is written in the first person revealing accidental yet seemingly synchronized events
The definition of synchronicity is the state or fact of being synchronous or simultaneous; synchronism. Coincidence of events that seem to be meaningfully related.
As a poetry form, this consists of eight three-line stanzas in a syllable pattern of 8/8/2. This poetry type has no rhyme and is written in the first person with a twist. The twist is to be revealed within the last two stanzas. This form was created by Debra Gundy.
Charcoal Shades Of Gray
Thin ray of light, parted curtains,
slight illumination within,
Age spots rest upon head and hands,
thinning hair mostly white and gray,
Bible aside, devotions done,
quietly repeating the verse
By the fire, age worn bones warm,
reminiscing through past echo’s,
Deep furrows darkening the brow,
darkness below moist eyes of gray,
The scope within reality,
charcoal shades of gray forever,
The artist’s sketch in charcoal shades,
depict a man of many years,
Is this man’s reality through
the scope within the artist’s mind,
Copyright © 2007 Debra Gundy
To Drown in Sorrow (Synchronicity)
Enormous thunderheads roll in,
darkness, despair my only friends,
Lightning, thunder heading this way,
turbulent thoughts, twisting inside,
Continue reading the rest of the poem here.
Today’s writing challenge: To write a Synchronicity poetry verse using the guidelines as described above.
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- Write a poem based on the writing challenge as described above. Post it on your blog or website.
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- Have fun!