#NaPoWriMo 2021 Day 5 : Tricube Poems

I just learned about the tricube form of poetry & thought I’d experiment with a few for today.

Tricube Experiments

ocean mist
clouds the eyes,
grief visage

echoed cries,
losing it,
mourning time

where to find
steady ground?
death’s around

one breath in
one step out,
the heart shouts

cold warnings,
danger near,

unseen fears
keep me here,
ears roaring

in plain sight

in small smiles,
shining clothes,

like seasons
they can turn,
twist like knives

Published by Jennifer Patino


19 thoughts on “#NaPoWriMo 2021 Day 5 : Tricube Poems

  1. You’re introducing me to the tricube form, and I like the idea. They seem like a trio of short haiku. And I like the three that you’ve written. Each gives suggestions of images and happenings — and us readers can imagine what’s happening beyond the words.

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  2. This is the first time I’m hearing of this form and I absolutely love the way it is formed- neat and straight to the point without losing its sparkle…. A wonderful read, Jennifer😊

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