Well, after a week of looking at trilonnet, let’s discuss trinet, which looks similar but isn’t related in any distinguishable way. I found many examples and references to them online, and they were created by someone who goes by the name “Zion”.
Here are the instructions:
- 7 lines
- The third and fourth lines contain six words in each line
- All other lines have two words on each line
Some poets choose to center the poem for visual impact. However, there are no other restrictions on rhymes, subject or syllables.
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Poetic Shapes is fun poetry games, and this digital guide collects over 100 poetic forms, including more established poetic forms (such as sonnets and sonnets) and newly invented forms (such as shovels and golden fibres).
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Here is my attempt at Trinet’s poem:
“Preface” by Robert Lee Brewer
on the sound of her voice
It tells you how it should be
if there was