Etheree Definition

Poetry Definition of Etheree

Created about twenty years ago by an Arkansas poet named Etheree Taylor Armstrong, this titled form, the Etheree, consists of ten lines of unmetered and unrhymed verse, the first line having one syllable, each succeeding line adding a syllable, with the total syllable count being fifty-five.



My friend,
You give me
Many lessons
Built on many truths.
You shout with sharpened tongue ~
I must listen to your words.
Bedfellows screaming in the night,
But eternal hope will spring with dawn
To lift us from this tomb of woe, once more.

Top 5 Etheree Poem Examples

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Premium Member Poem Sands of Time Quigley, Tom Ethereeage, life, time,
Premium Member Poem SUN KISSED ALLISON, JAN Ethereesun,
Premium Member Poem Within Her Eyes Chircop, Charmaine Ethereesorrow,
Premium Member Poem At Spring Equinox Dietrich, Andrea Ethereespring,
Crematorium Capitano, Phil Ethereedeath, fire,

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