A Sketch on My First Writers’ Workshop, for V.

Voice and mood yoke
In wintry dusk
Cut from pen’s smoke.

This is our task,
Oh lost Plains child
Reaped from rhyme’s husk:

Inter one wild
Agon, one cheap
Mood and voice styled

Courtly—or leap,
Roe, torn to weep

This dazed season
Out in bone broke
Ripeness of moon.

(A Dimeter Terza Rima Acrostic)

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Laurence Foshee

Laurence Foshee is a born and raised Tulsa, Oklahoman with poetry and prose in Dragon Poet Review and The Drabble. His 2017 versiprose collection Madrugada is available on Amazon. In his free time he trains for ultramarathons and occasional summer bicycle journeys. You can find the link to his website below.

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