As tritina is tricky
Better do haiku
(with apologies/deference to John Cooper Clarke)
Day Seven of the National/Global Poetry Writing Month challenges us to write in tritina form – The tritina is a shorter cousin to the sestina, involving three, three-line stanzas, and a final concluding line. Three “end words” are used to conclude the lines of each stanza, in a set pattern of ABC, CAB, BCA, and all three end words appear together in the final line.
“Three, three-line stanzas . . .”
“End words to conclude . . .” – tricky
(Not giving up yet)