Poetry, Day Eight: PleasureFrom the tantalizing to the satisfyingly sober, have your poem convey a sense of pleasure today. Imbue it with joy, glee, and profound contentment — or, if you wish to keep it dark, write about the lack of or longing for pleasure in your life. Add some structure to your poem today by making use of anaphora — a poetic device that relies on the repetition of the same word or phrase at the beginning of each verse. Or give epistrophe a shot — it’s the same thing, only at the end of verses. Learn more about both on our poetry resource page…….
Well, I thought I’d give an anaphora a try…………..
I turn to nature to start my day,
Sunrises touch my heart in a very special way.
I turn to nature when I need to be alone,
Soul strolling on the beach is where I like to roam.
I turn to nature whenever I need to Just Be
Being outside, breathing the air, is the