|General Poetry posted May 4, 2017|
A Duodecliner Contest Entry
Old Versus New
by June Sargent
Introducing Duodecliner Poetry Contest Winner
The Duodec-liner poem (duodec = prefix meaning ?twelve-?) is a twelve-liner.
As in the Etheree poem, the first line is a one-syllable word, the second line has two syllables, the third has three, and so forth, concluding with a twelve-syllable line.
Unlike the Etheree, the Duodecliner must express an opinion or pose a question, and include at least six lines that end in a rhyme. The last two lines comment on the opinion, or answer the question.
Only one illustration (optional), above the poem,
Select colors and fonts only from FS editors (basic, advanced)
Use one color each for background and font.
No animation, music or other special effects.
Introducing Duodecliner Poetry
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