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Cyndi MacMillan is a well-rounded writer who embraces many genres and forms. Her work has been published in local newspapers and has won contests. She enjoys reading literary journals, and she is actively pursuing publication within their glossy covers. Her work will appear in the forthcoming issue of the Fieldstone Review, Spring 2015.

Verse is both magnetic and kinetic. She attempts - madly- to give equal attention to her poetry, short stories, and a novel-in-progress, the Trim of Wicks.  Regardless of genre, she focuses on language. One word has the power to repel or pull. She never forgets the reader and does her best to make their ride interesting.

Poetry soup is a good forum which enables people from around the world to share poetry. It has some great resources and provides a nice space for friends to meet.

Cyndi lives in a small town in Ontario with her husband, young daughter and far too many books.

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SO YOU THINK YOU CAN'T WRITE A SESTINA. HA!


Blog Posted:5/23/2013 9:44:00 PM






I have never done recreational drugs, but I am beginning to think that writing a sestina is right up there with Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.

There are many quotes out there from famous poets about their own “trip” with a sestina. Says Ezra Pound, “The sestina is a form like a thin sheet of flame, folding and infolding upon itself….

No wonder we are so daunted! Maybe you even think you CAN’T write a sestina. I will prove you WRONG! You can SO write a sestina!


Now, the trick to the sestina is to CAREFULLY choose your teleteutons (those are the six end words!), whether you are keeping to the traditional sestina with the six words chosen being duplicated within each stanza or the contemporary approach of modifying the teleteutons with suffixes or prefixes.

First, how to choose your teleteutons ....


Say I wanted to write about the Titanic...

1)  Focus on your poem’s theme... what are you trying to say, what points are you trying to connect? If I were to write a sestina about the sinking of the Titanic... I would probably choose. these as two..
ice and voyage

2) Choose words that have several different meanings...  these are called homonyms some homonyms are words which are spelled exactly alike yet have radically different meanings. Take the word rock... she rocks the baby, he throws rocks... here is a helpful list of homonyms. 


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_true_homonyms


For my Titanic poem, I may select the word bow... to bow, the bow of a ship, a bow on a dress or in the hair of a child... also this will lead to my next point...

3) Choose a word that is HIGHLY flexible, a word that can be either a verb, a noun, an adjective, an adverb... say like the word warm. You warm your hands, you feel warm...

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/wordlist/nounandverb.shtml



For my titanic poem, I choose... dream...

4) choose a word that is like a universal key, can fit anywhere.... over, up, around....
for the Titanic poem I choose...
aboard

5) choose a word that startles ...  will grab the reader when they see it...
For the titanic poem I choose...
life.

So, the six words I’d choose for my Titanic sestina would be


ice
voyage
bow
dream
aboard
life



Another thought, the sestina has a gift for the poet... the first end word is also the last end word for the sixth verse, PLUS it CAN BE the final word in the envoi...

This provides poets with two things...
one) the unique ability to end as strongly as they begin and
two) to come full circle  

So ... I need to think about where I’m going...


I have

ice, voyage, bow, dream, aboard, life


I’d change my order of my words...

First verse...
1A) Life
2B) dream
3C) aboard
4D) bow
5E) voyage
6F) ice

not bad. I can do this...


So Last verse is like this...

2B) Dream

4D) bow

6F) ice

5E) voyage

3C) aboard

1A) Life


no, I don't like that.. that is not were I see it going... hmmm... let me try again...

Last verse....


2B) aboard
4D) voyage
6F) dream
5E) bow
3C) ice
1A) Life


I see it ending more this way...

so the first verse could be

1A) life
2B) aboard
3C) ice
4D) voyage
5E) bow
6F) dream...


YES! I can do that...

Now, in a contemporary sestina, you can play with the suffixes and prefixes...

examples...

life, lifeboat, life-jacket, lifeline, lifetime, lifelong,
aboard, boarding, boarder, overboard, aboveboard, on board
ice, icing, iceberg, icy, Iceland, icily
voyage, voyager, voyages, bon voyage
bow, bowing, bows, bowtie, bowed,  embower, elbowroom, bowstring
dream, dreaming, dreams, dreamed, dreamless, dreamy, dreamer, dreamboat, daydream  

After reading the above words do you see the poem beginning to form?

How I see verse one... (this is just a brainstorm, not a poem)

Leaving a homeland for a new
life
The family steps on board
The ship is like a wedding cake with pretty icing...
The Titanic is unsinkable and this is her maiden
voyage

A young girl stares at a duchesses’ bonnet, fascinated by a bow
the child is enraptured, dazzled and begins to
daydream

Warning, like Lucy in the sky, sestina’s seem to have an addictive quality.

Try it... lol.. you may just like it after all.

I found these fantastic sites on the Sestina. Worth the read! Especially if you enjoy the contemporary formatting.

http://www.julesnyquist.com/articles/article/4391010/73212.htm

http://www.barefootmuse.com/archives/issue3/evans3.htm

http://poetrysocietyofcolorado.org/workshops/workshops-2011/sestina-a-poetry-form-ann-camy



CHEERS  AND HUGS,
CYNDI

YES  YOU CAN!



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  1. Date: 5/24/2013 8:18:00 AM
    Cyndi, I have written one or two in my lifetime. they take a lot out of you and I am someone who has written hundreds of "form" poems "happily" that have taken me hours to do!! I too used this formula you discuss. I just put my end words on a paper and made myself "go for it" and it ended up working itself out. The problem I have with this form: it's kind of a bore to read!!! I mean, even a person who does them well cannot end up with one that always holds the reader's attention. And All those repeated words can make for pure monotony in the hands of the wrong poet. I wish people luck writing one. I ought to challenge myself to try it again!!! and Crowns you say?? oh my!!!!

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    MacMillan Avatar Cyndi MacMillan Date: 5/24/2013 4:27:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    You know that I am wacky enough to pull up my sleeves and write a special one just for you, Andrea. Honestly, I bet I could... hmmm... something based on one of your favourite MOVIES... dare me? I'd have to have seen the movie... something you found suspenseful, engrossing... throw your gauntlet, madam. I will rise to the occasion. LOL...
    MacMillan Avatar Cyndi MacMillan Date: 5/24/2013 4:24:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    I think that any poem regardless of length or form can be dull if the theme is not tackled in an original way, an overuse of tired rhyme and cliches, weak verbs, no use of the 'magic' of poetry devices and just slap-dash regurgitation.
    MacMillan Avatar Cyndi MacMillan Date: 5/24/2013 4:17:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Craig:D I have one on the works and another that will require tons of research. The one on the works is called, Sunday's Child, and will tell an entire life using the days of the week to symbolize years... the other is the wonders of the world!
    Guzzi Avatar Debbie Guzzi Date: 5/24/2013 3:41:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Craig both Dee & I will be more than glad to have you read our Crowns ;)
    cornish Avatar craig cornish Date: 5/24/2013 3:17:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    I love it, reminds me of lions and tigers and bears, OH MY! And your right AD 7 sonnets on the same subject--but we could do it--right? But what subject could inspire that many--lots I suppose??
  1. Date: 5/24/2013 7:41:00 AM
    AWK! I meant to copy and paste the "table" for the teleteutons! Craig, you made me snort coffee! Hee hee...yes, hear that! I am in love with sonnet crowns, at the moment--98 LINES. I had actually thought of running a contest on crowns (though, maybe 4 poets may go for it...lol.. no one want to climb everest anymore!) but -- SADLY-- only paying members would be able to post the entire poem on one page... grrr... so no fair playing field with that form! DEBBIE-- I remember first hearing about the sestina and thinking I will NEVER write one. To hard, to dry, at risk for redundancy... one of the hardest poems I have ever read is First time, 1950 by Honor Moore... horrid topic, artful approach

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    MacMillan Avatar Cyndi MacMillan Date: 5/24/2013 7:45:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Warning to the sensitive, do not read the above mentioned poem if already down and upset, as the poem will GUT you and leave you feeling like venison on a plate. I think the sestina is a perfect form for "young death" because of its nature, its obsessive qualities, the words skipping like a scratched record...
  1. Date: 5/24/2013 7:27:00 AM
    But you have 35 sestinas with 39 lines each--that's 1354 lines of poetry! Get er done

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  1. Date: 5/24/2013 6:25:00 AM
    great pep talk Dee! so cool to think of the process in this way, you have made thinking about it joyful! Craig .. its no harder than judging a mixed form contest actually less hard once you have determined if the correct pattern is used you just decide which verses CONTENT you like best. Just layout the end pattern of the words FIRST ..right after you write the first 6 lines.

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  1. Date: 5/24/2013 6:22:00 AM
    She's BACK!!!! But wouldn't judging a contest with all sestinas be a nightmare?

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  1. Date: 5/24/2013 3:06:00 AM
    Great blog Cyndi.

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  1. Date: 5/24/2013 1:27:00 AM
    The Sestina is my favorite form and the ABSOLUTELY hardest form to write, bar none.

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  1. Date: 5/24/2013 1:26:00 AM
    Cyndi after all that hard work on your part, I have just got to try, if i fall full face in the jelly so be it....Seren

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    MacMillan Avatar Cyndi MacMillan Date: 5/24/2013 7:47:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Seren, you made my day! If you give this a go, then I know that my 2 hours writing this blog were worth it! It may not be your flavour, but at the end of it you will know, there is no form I will not explore... I PROMISE THIS! When you get to the last line, you'll think, what next? I can wrestle scorpions!
  1. Date: 5/23/2013 11:57:00 PM
    Lets face it. Lets just take drugs. LOL joke only. Lets write a Sestina YEY!

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  1. Date: 5/23/2013 10:23:00 PM
    what an awesome job you did explaining this, great blog Cyndi

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    MacMillan Avatar Cyndi MacMillan Date: 5/24/2013 7:48:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Thanks, Doll!

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