Week Thirty-Seven: Tricube

Trying Out the Tricube

Three is the magic number when it comes to the Tricube, a newer form of unknown origin. 

Key Features of the Tricube Poem

Syllables: 3 syllables per line

Lines: 3 lines per stanzas

Stanzas: 3 stanzas per tricube

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An Original Tricube

the world is still alive

the world is
still alive
the spring song

chee-dee-dee
of the young
chickadee

the tulip’s
blades like green
flames rising

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Want to Learn More? Start Here:

Tricubes – Writer’s Digest
Tricubes – Power Poetry

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  1. Pingback: the word is still alive – Adam Astra

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