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


An Original Tricube

the world is still alive

the world is
still alive
the spring song

of the young

the tulip’s
blades like green
flames rising


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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