One of the things that I’ve been trying really hard to work on lately has been to write more. Writing is a major part of who I am, and who I want to be. I keep telling myself I want to write fiction, and I am, but I’ve also been writing a lot of poetry lately…
Unrhyming, seemingly free-form poetry. It lacks meter and rhyme and has no discernible format.
Or at least that is how it must seem to a neurotypical person.
When I read it to myself, I hear it sing. I feel the lilt of the syllables and the pacing of the words as they roll around my tongue and into the air. It’s slight, but there is some sort of form to it, and usually it can be found in the alliteration. Continue reading Alliterative Verse: Poetry for my Aspie Mind