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Tyburn Poetry Writing Workshop

Definition

The Tyburn. It is a six line poetic form that has a set syllable count.

Explaination

The first four lines all rhymeand describe the poem's subject. They also all have two syllables each. The final two lines havenine syllables each and contain the first four words as their fifth to eighth syllables.

Here are some other groups of words to get you started:

Examples

An Example of a Tyburn

Line 1 2 syllables Sloshy
Line 2 2 syllables Frothy
Line 3 2 syllables Wavy
Line 4 2 syllables Splashy
Line 5 9 syllables Down in the bigsloshy, frothysea
Line 6 9 syllables I spy a little,wavy, splashyme!

Your Turn

Finished? Why not submit your poem to Young Writers and we will enter it into one of our competitions.

Alternatively send your poem to:

Young Writers, Remus House, Coltsfoot Drive, Woodston, Peterborough, PE2 9BF or email it to info@youngwriters.co.uk

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