Saturday, November 21, 2009

Simply Snickers: Nonet

This week's Simply Snicker's Challenge uses the words vain (or vane), veil (or vail), and very.


I chose a very unique and creative poetic style called Nonet. This poetic form consists of 9 Lines (9 syllables) which gradually taper off to one syllable. If you are interested, please give it a go!! Hope you enjoy. The accompany portrait is A Young Woman and Her Little Boy by Agnolo Bronzino.



Portrait of a lady's decadence

Veil secrets masked in opulence

Young lad tucked in vain display

Peeking from her red dress

Trim and frills brighten

A very lost

Unhappy

Quiet

Soul

6 comments:

Saraswathan said...

Superb! I have taken instant liking to this style dear and shall attempt for sure. Well done.

Leo said...

WG, this was wonderful! :)
lovely nonet! its really a very nice form!

if i could make a suggestion, nonets look even more attractive if centre aligned. :)

Kilauea Poetry said...

I like the portrait and the deep red color. This was a fantastic choice of words- really nice job! I may try this!

wowrkerv said...

Well done! Came over to check you out and much
to my surprise this lovely work. Your portrait
and insight stired my imagination. Makes one
look beyond, intering into that quite place where words unspoken speak.

septembermom said...

Great job! I want to try this form. Love the painting. This can be a powerful poetic form.

PS the Pratsie said...

this was so well said .. described the portrait to the core ! and the style.. well.. i just gotta use it soon :)