workshopping blank verse

Ahem. I’ll have a round of applause, please. For what? For workshopping a metrical piece! Who would ever – ever – have thought that I would ever post anything in Metrical? 

Well, I have. I workshopped lines 175-190 (This House) from my blank verse challenge – at the Gazebo here, and at PFFA here.

Both sites have separate areas for metrical poetry which, I am ashamed to admit, I have not hitherto frequented much at all. Neither do too many other people, it seems. There is somewhat more traffic in the Gazebo’s metrical forum, but both are pretty low-traffic areas.

Shame, eh? Go post some metrical poetry, people!

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Nic Sebastian

Nic is the author of Forever Will End On Thursday and Dark And Like A Web. She founded the now-archived Whale Sound site and is co-founder of The Poetry Storehouse. Nic blogs at Very Like A Whale and Voice Alpha.

2 thoughts on “workshopping blank verse”

  1. *applause*

    Way to blaze into something new for yourself, Nic. I admire your tenacity!

    But I must admit that I haven’t read your piece. I’m like a monkey with her hands over her ears and eyes. Unless you read “Annabel Lee” in your sound blog, in which case I’ll uncover my ears.

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