I hope your week is going well. In my part of the world, it's time for harvest. I share my crops of zucchini, tomatoes, and pumpkins with the local food bank because there are only so many veggies my hubby and I can eat. It's been a fun process, and now I'm planning for next year.
As the temperatures fall, I become a bit nostalgic. Do you? My poem reflects that sentiment through a new form. This week Colleen Chesebro asks that we create a poem following the specific syllabic form of the Troiku. Writer Kerfe Roig selected this form and explains it on her site. Basically, it is a haiku from which the rest of the poem is created. Each line of the first poem begins the following poem. It's a little complicated, but I gave it a try.
Have a wonderful week and enjoy the October change of seasons. 🍂🍁🍂