In the tradition of the Haiku Your Book Challenge and because it's been a while since we talked poetry, we came up with the Cinquain Your Book Challenge!
What is a Cinquain? According to poets.org "The cinquain, also known as a quintain or quintet, is a poem or stanza composed of five lines." Five lines, you can write that... Five lines about a book.
You can use some of the tried and true cinquain forms or just go for it. Here are a few helpful hints...
--Try this idea from types-of-poetry.org.uk:Line 1 one word (the title)Line 2 two words that describe the title.Line 3 three words that tell the actionLine 4 four words that express the feelingLine 5 one word that recalls the title
think about it,
compose your heart out.
--If you want to get really creative, check out lots of options: click here for the Wiki page on Cinquain.
--Just write five lines, example:
(A Cinquain by The Mom)
by Ingrid Law
We change don't we?
We find out that deep inside,
--Five lines, you can do it:
About a book
Take the Cinquain Your Book Challenge!
Now go ahead, grab a book and write your cinquain in the comments below!