Yellow horn with little frill,
I went searching for a pretty picture I have of blooming daffodils, but I couldn't find it. RATS!!! But look what I did find, a minute poem. I wrote a whole series of minute poems once about things in my garden, I couldn't find a publisher for it at that time. A minute poem is a fun form since it has only 60 syllables. Three stanzas, 8 syllables in the first line and 4 in each of the next three lines.
Yellow jonquils bend in the wind
bowing their heads
King Alfred daffodils swaying
lift their bright cups
to the sunshine,
a song playing.
Yellow and green, orange and white,
smell the fragrance.
Winter is gone
So you guessed it, your challenge today is to try writing your own minute poem. Do have fun with this one while I try finding that picture, I know I have it somewhere. Time to get organized.