Ensnared Syllables – Part 5 #Haiku #Poetry

A poem written by Lee Sonogan

Ensnared New Media by Kaz Stevens | Saatchi Art

One of the deep fundamentals of poetry is the recurrence of sounds, syllables, words, phrases, lines, and stanzas. Repetition can be one of the most intoxicating features of poetry. It creates expectations, which can be fulfilled or frustrated. It can create a sense of boredom and complacency, but it can also incite enchantment and inspire bliss. – Edward Hirsch

Note: The following haiku will be in the outro to my first haiku book coming soon! Working title: Ensnared Syllables: A Collection Of Haikus Written By A Blog Writer

Rhymes astray reason,

Rune digital forever;

Flat ISBN adhesion!

Rhythm and sounds are born with syllables. – Jean-Philippe Rameau



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