Tuesday, June 3, 2014

TIMM Tag of The Week, Vol 10


The beautiful thing about working and sharing your work within an engine like this is that you can tag your art with literally anything, and then see how it get quantified.

Of my fixed-form, rhyming poetry (and a significant portion of my verse does rhyme) this is by far the most used rhyming pattern. I know free verse is the popular form of this generation (which saddens me greatly), but I love rhyme and rhythm.

Featured Pieces:
"Z313," Friday, March 7, 2014
This poem uses very short lines and a lot of punctuation to make a very rhythmic and thrusting statement about a sound system. The speakers I'm referring to are Logitech's Z313s, of which I now own two sets, and am holding out for a third.

"Wish," Tuesday, January 21, 2014
This is actually a fan-fiction piece written for the movie "Cloud Atlas," which I at long last finally watched shortly before the writing of this poem. If you find yourself wondering what the final word of the poem is, creatively left out of the end, taking a peek of one of my favorite tags (but not used often enough to feature yet) will give you the answer.

"Vengance," Sunday, May 19, 2013
I love writing me-against-the-world pieces, though for all that I do, I only just now realized that I don't have a tag for that theme (and here I am above, making a comment about tagging art with anything I can think of).

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