Still Life: Sestina Skeleton with Basil Plant

 

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2 Responses to Still Life: Sestina Skeleton with Basil Plant

  1. Helen says:

    The title of this post would make an interesting addition to a restaurant menu. Bit tough, though, I should imagine. ;-)

    Good luck with the rest of the sestina-writing process. You’re a better woman… etc, etc.

  2. Myfanwy Fox says:

    Thanks, Helen. :-) Would poems be soul food?

    It’s an interesting form to play with. Not as hard as it can look, unless you attempt to make it metered (or, god forbid, somehow rhyming, other than internally). It lends itself well to more rambling trains of thought – so perfect for me. I think sonnets are much more tricky to do well; so neat, so compact; no room to ramble – and so many good ones out there.

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