Laura is hosting D'Verse Poets tonight and
has prompted us with September and the
changing of seasons. There are two prompts
offered. This one is a 9 Line Poem.
Write NINE-LINE VERSE(S), taking ONE of thefollowing lines so that each consecutive wordbecomes the start of the next line of your poem.Keep the word order and repeat the pattern formore verses.
1. Those/ pale /flowers /might /still /have/time/ to /fruit (Borowicz)
2. Summer/ is /leaving/ too/ exchanging/ its/ gold/ for brass (Dorothy Lawrenson)
3. West/ mountains/ erased/ with/ azure/ into/ Spring/cool/ nights (Murray)
I chose #2 by Dorothy Lawrenson “September”