I am a Tigress, alone in the wilderness I stride with confidence and the strength of youth in my bones. I am fully content in the comfort of my wilds. As the morning rises, ripples of light intermix with lines of shadow to mark my ginger hide. To my right is a forest of greenery … Continue reading The Tigress and the Kite (part of the series “In TO SIN, The Story Is Not Over”)
Month: March 2016
Market yourself and your creativity
Create for the fun of it. Creative marketing requires commitment as well as talent. Find creative ways to build a portfolio and build your network.
Web content authorship, and brochures: tourism industry examples of creative marketing
Photography, technology, and literary skills are only some aspects required in creative marketing.Here you will find some examples of tourism centered marketing and virtual examples that benefit from these abilities, such as website content writing. http://www.acadianationalpark.com/rv_camping/campgrounds.php http://www.acadianationalpark.com/park_highlights/sand_beach.php
Within recent history mathematical formulas have specifically been used as poetic constraints. OuLiPo is the best example of mathematical forms being used for constrained literature. OuLiPo, Ouvroir de Littérature Potentielle, or Workshop of Potential Literature, is an organization of individuals officially established, February 13th, 1961 in Europe, comprised of writers and mathematicians whose goal it … Continue reading OuLiPo n+7
Two ABC constraint poems
A letter to the Countess, from the Queen. Adams Beautiful Countess Darleen, Edwin’s Folly, Gypsy Heathen, Immanent Jonquil King, Lies Maimed, Nearly Overthrown! Pardon Queer Royalty, Stubborn Towards Understanding… Vile Wanton! Xanthippe! Yeasty Zygote! A letter to the Queen from the Countess. Apologias Bounteous Concerning Dear Edwin, Favoring Gallantry, Heroic Idealization. Jealousy … Continue reading Two ABC constraint poems
A perfect number poem
The Man Who Counted, by Malba Tahan. Introduced to many math concepts, I became entranced by the pattern found in perfect numbers. The perfect number sequence is, 1+2+3=6, 1+2+4+7+14=28, if you want more of a challenge you can continue the sequence, with 1+2+4+8+16+31+62+124+248=496. An alteration I later created to the formula yields a less intimidating … Continue reading A perfect number poem
A little late for Pi day, 3.14
A piem is related to Piphilology. It is a poem using pi as a constraint. For example, 3.1415926536 would be a poem with eleven words, the first three letters, the second, one letter, the third, four letters and so on. Piems have been lengthened or shortened depending upon the desires of the individual author. Off … Continue reading A little late for Pi day, 3.14
O.K. lets keep it really simple. One. One, then two. Then it's three. Five syllables, Yah! A Fibonacci poem for me! To understand how to accomplish constrained writing like this, you need to understand the Fibonacci math sequence of starting with 0 and 1 and then adding the last two numbers together to add … Continue reading Fibonacci Poem
Sestina: Art is the passion of the mind when the thought is of life or death.
This is my first Sestina, written in, I believe 2006 the pattern is six words repeated at the end of the lines in seven stanzas. like this 123456, 615243. The last three lines are the six words in any order, one in the middle and one at the end of each line. I left the … Continue reading Sestina: Art is the passion of the mind when the thought is of life or death.
Haiku tanka lantern : Kendall
Square poems, like the Haiku, the Tanka and the Lantern are dependent upon syllables. It is the pattern of these poems that are most often pleasing to the ear. In this, the use of meter in poems can also be considered mathematical literature. Haiku tanka lantern : 5 Kendall is my love 7 Who has … Continue reading Haiku tanka lantern : Kendall