trip around the sun
draws to a close
season shift
turning leaves
in blaze of color

Pat R


Hourglass poetry, created by Jane Dougherty, here she explains,
“…the form is inspired by Peter Bouchier’s lantern poem that he christened a ‘pine cone’ poem because its shape grew rather out of control. This is simpler than a pine cone, more like a butterfly quintain…”

The form: ten lines with a syllable count of

For further reading and to participate follow link below, all are welcome:)


3 responses to “Time

  1. Pingback: Poetry challenge Hourglass poems: the entries – Jane Dougherty Writes

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