|Exhibit by Elena Tsigaridou|
Friends! This weekend in the Garden, let’s try a short form that’s less fussy and more adorable. It’s called the TRICUBE and the rules are super-simple:
Each line contains three syllables,
Each stanza contains three lines, and
Each poem contains three stanzas.
That’s it! Except to say that the fun, mathematical tricube was created by Phillip Larrea. Let’s try it.
Three… two… one… Go!
Loved the prompt, Marian!💞 Will be back later to read and comment. Happy Weekend everyone!☕
interesting little form, not hard to manage, but well, rather constricting too - I wonder why Mr. Larrea hadn't considered a quadracube, or a quintacube etc. LOL -
anyhow, a fun little dalliance is never a bad thing - thanks for hosting Marian :)
happy weekend to one and all
I like puzzles!
Wonderful prompt and a new form for me. Thank you!
That was fun – and more difficult than expected. I think I'll play with it some more.
It's a circle
My linkis are all screwed up and I can't get the real one to remove. Thanks Mr. Linky. The Real Poem is #10. thank you for a not fussy little form, but it is rather constricting. I doubt I will be using this form again in the future. Thank you though Marian for hosting! You do an excellent job pulling forms out.
I have removed the incorrect link, Toni.
Sorry I'm a little bit late to the prompt but I've been away at a family gathering. This looks like fun. I'm just pondering on a subject/theme for my tricube.
Loved the prompt too Marion. Cheers!
Hi Annell. I have added a link directly to your tricube poem as I had a spot of bother trying to find the poem intended for this challenge. Hope you don't mind. The other link goes to your home page.
Good morning, friends! Apologies, I meant to say in advance that I would be away and haven't had even a moment to read or to pen my own tricube poem. But here I am, and am thrilled to see all the entries. *runs off to read*
I love the prompt. Two of my tricubes have a connection..The third, well, why not? lol
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