What is Free-Form Poetry?
This is poetry with no defined structure. As long as it’s not simple prose (i.e., regular writing), it counts as poetry. Here’s a sample poem I wrote.
Running to and fro
The shamblers bounce about
Tossing lightning as if
There’s no tomorrow.
Nothing can be done
But to run behind a wall.
At least there
You won’t get fried.
The Free-Form Poetry page sprang from the Haiku page, which was originally created by Dragoon. I am no longer accepting poetry submissions.
January 1998 poems:
| Red Myst | tmstifter – Untitled 1 |
February 1998 poems:
| The Quad | Super Nail Gun | A Gibbed Head | [2N] Mephisto – Untitled 1 | Dom-Gymnasium – Untitled 1 |
October 1997 poems:
| The Song of the Dead | Quake at 28.8 kbps |
September 1997 poems:
| Intensity of Quake | Aggression
August 1997 poems:
| The Flag in my Heart | WTF?!
July 1997 poems:
| Quake and Women Don’t Mix | My Life CANNOT be Quake! | Deal With It
June 1997 poems:
| The Man With Quad | Quaker’s Quest | Shambler Trouble | This One is Angry
May 1997 poems:
| Rocket So Red | Bone – Untitled 1 | BGD – Untitled 1 | Abandoned Hope | Crimson and Fairy Dust | The Download | Double Quad Nightmare
Quaker’s Quest – by JAWIRO
Rebirth brings revenge,
Never mind, I killed him first.