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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)?
Three Colours Green
color, environment, green,
The "in" colour is green,
Green for the environment,
Green is great, green is good.
Does that mean jealousy is good?
It makes a poor environment
When envy turns us green.
And as for the environment,
It might no be so good
Three Colours Red
anger, color, emotions, red,
Red is the colour of danger,
It is the colour of anger,
But also of embarrassment:
It might save embarrassment
If we could realise the danger
In letting go of our anger,
Thus we might avoid the danger
Of ultimate embarrassment
From unnecessary...Read More
Don't Make Any Plans
eve, fate, sad, time,
I think the world will end tomorrow,
I have a feeling in my bones
That Armageddon is upon us.
No more can the saviour save us,
It will all blow up tomorrow,
All gone but for a few old bones.
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
Your Love Felt Home Inside My Heart
dog, loss, love,
All night and day with dread I felt
The looming departure for your new home
In just three weeks...Read More
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
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
Sport - Naught
how i feel, image,
Although I understand I ought,
I've never had much time for sport,
On the pitch, the field, or court.
I was not much good at sport -
Why should the stupid ball be caught?
What a waste of time, I...Read More
dark, light, night,
It was a dark and stormy night
(Edgar Allan got that line right),
The path was hidden from our sight.
We stumbled on, without a sight,
Anywhere, of a welcome light
That would release us from our plight.
I admit, it...Read More
beach, bird, food, mother,
Walking slowly along the beach,
That stretched as far as the eye could reach,
I heard above the seagulls screech.
Loud and piercing, the seagulls' screech,
Urgently hoping to beseech
Further sustenance for each.
It seems that mother seagulls teach
Their youngsters...Read More
Young And Beautiful
beautiful, girl, hair, rose,
She wore red roses in her raven hair,
And sang old sad romantic songs,
She was young and very beautiful.
She thought roses were so beautiful
That she wore them always in her hair,
As she sang those old romantic...Read More
A City Boy Set Sail
boat, boy, city, sea,
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
Love's whispered promise
lost love, summer, water,
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
Learning To Read
books, children, words,
I was taught to read as a child,
To recognise each word.
All children should learn to read.
There are so many stories to read,
Books to suit every child,
Stories built on one word.
What is your favourite word?
One you...Read More
anxiety, how i feel,
I have always hated crowds,
Too many people huddled close:
Crowds still frighten me.
To try to understand me,
Remember how I hate crowds -
I do not like people too close.
Don't expect me to go too close,
You know it...Read More
Specific Types of Tritina Poems
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art, animals, christmas, death, dog, family, flowers, food, friendship, funny, kids, life, love, music, nature, nursery, parents, school, spring, sports, summer, war, winter
Definition | What is Tritina in Poetry?