Invented Poetry Forms – The Streetbeatina

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I am so pleased to announce that for the very first time, one of the many poetry forms that I invented has been published somewhere other than this blog. At the end of last month, the prestigious online literary journal in a blog format Radius: Poetry From the Center to the Edge posted three of my streetbeatinas (I originally submitted two, but the editor requested a third) along with a short history and explanation of the form. The streatbeatina is one of the first poetic forms I ever created and a personal favorite of mine. Normally, I would now give instructions on how to write one, and show a few examples, but I figure that would be redundant, since all you need to know about the streetbeatina can be found at radiuslit.org. Please check it out, and let me know what you think by either leaving a comment on Radius or back here on this blog. I would really appreciate it, and hope you will be inspired to try writing a streetbeatina of your own (warning: it will be a challenge, but I think you will enjoy it).

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9 thoughts on “Invented Poetry Forms – The Streetbeatina

  1. I just found out about this from Eugenia today because she wrote a poem using this form! Thank you Paul for this new invented form and its creativity! You’re very gifted at this, I look forward to trying it out! πŸ˜€ ❀

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