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A tritina is a modern form of poem consisting of three lines of a verse that rhyme, but there is more to a tritina. What is tritina in poetry (complete definition)?

Premium Member The Marionette
A slice of freedom unholy, cut the strings of the marionette; Bowing, you knew your master; Giving into the will of the master attracted to this dance unholy; Went on a rampage this marionette; You released a...Read More
Categories: anger, dark, evil, power,
Form: Tritina

Premium Member No Soliciting
You don’t know how I channel my anger in order to calm all the malice; So no games and no soliciting; When my thoughts break in soliciting dripping with deeply suppressed anger, I fire a smile right...Read More
Categories: anger, emotions, feelings,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Dark Masquerade
Lace mask lowered lashes in the dark painting the faces of this masquerade, court jesters and shy dancers in the night; Ball gowns and symphonies waltz all night smiles and whispers captured by the dark, melodic magic of...Read More
Categories: dance, dark, emotions, feelings,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Early Morning Surfers
Along the beach the youthful surfers gather To survey the breakers pounding the coral reef In the late morning hours before the crowds arrive. Then one by one, board under arm, they arrive At the sea’s edge, wade in,...Read More
Categories: ocean, sea, sports, teenage,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Powerhouse
Those eyes always appear fearless, terrified of being called ‘beautiful’; Walls turned her into a powerhouse; Tired of building that powerhouse forced to always be strong and fearless; Neither appear to be wanted or beautiful; Fragile couldn’t be more...Read More
Categories: emotions, feelings, love,
Form: Tritina

Short Poem Swines call me crazy and pigs call me mad Very sad very sad and very bad very bad This ain't gonna work because I am their dad. Note. There are three lines in the Poem and nine...Read More
Categories: anger, anxiety, bullying, emotions,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Grant Me
Swimming to the bottom of the sea, floating weightless in outer space, Feeling alive brings me peace; Change of perspective to peace; A sky full of stars ,the open sea, seeing Earth as I fly in...Read More
Categories: dream, emotions, peace,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member The Antihero
Brass knuckles type of brave no promises but pure of heart; No reason to care, the antihero; Shadows blanket the antihero, runs alone forced to be brave; Ice in their veins, reckless heart; Conflict tugs at the heart, the...Read More
Categories: courage, emotions, feelings, hero,
Form: Tritina
Love everyone, Hate none. The world will surely become one. All the battles will be won. Smiles around, Happiness found. Great fun! Be kind Peaceful mind. Everywhere love we will always find. With care the world will bind. Great feeling, Soothing healing. Mental rewind! Be nice and wise. Love everyone despite...Read More
Categories: appreciation, celebration, happiness, health,
Form: Tritina
The doctrine of pain And its sister, gain Are beyond profane By it, the mountain Has met her bane In the corners of this train My words be not plain As they are filled with pain For those without gain ...Read More
Categories: bullying, sad,
Form: Tritina
Your Love Felt Home Inside My Heart
All night and day with dread I felt The looming departure for your new home In just three weeks...Read More
Categories: dog, loss, love,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Docteur Bovary: Blessed Are The Meek
Madame Bovary is the première novel of French writer Gustave Flaubert, published in 1856. It tells the melancholy story of the entitled marriage into a lackluster middle-class lifestyle that ends in tragedy. Docteur Bovary: Blessed Are...Read More
Categories: character, muse,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Floating out to Sea
Floating out to sea in an apple cart Were three known felons, one with a wheeze Luckily I was in love with one He was a man who knew how to have fun If the cart sprung a leak,...Read More
Categories: light,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member A City Boy Set Sail
A slender lad, a city boy, set sail 'Board ship that hugged the contours of his coast But lo! there brewed a mighty storm that night The frail lad's heart did rise and fall that night As gazing at...Read More
Categories: boat, boy, city, sea,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Love's whispered promise
I see your face before me as I weep By water's edge, leaves swirling in the wind Your touch I feel in this, my frozen hand I reach for you, but cannot grasp your hand The tears well up...Read More
Categories: lost love, summer, water,
Form: Tritina

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Definition | What is Tritina in Poetry?

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rhyme, sestina, verse