Potcake Poet’s Choice: Frank Hubeny, “True”

Here is one of my poems featured on Robin Helweg-Larsen’s formal verse site, “Form in Formless Times”. Thank you, Robin!

Form in Formless Times

Frank Hubeny Frank Hubeny

The cloudy image on the lake
Comes from the gracious morning light
We left the darkness of the night,
Became aware of what’s at stake.
We now renew, rejoice, remake,
Reflect on what we know as true.
Our part seems small, like morning dew,
But later when the victory’s won
We may find out it was well done
And fully know and be known too.

Frank Hubeny writes: “I often write to prompts. I know other people who are also participating in the prompt will at least give the poem a glance. Ronovan is one of the many people out there posting writing prompts. He has a weekly Décima Poetry Challenge. This form has ten 8-syllable lines with a particular rhyme scheme: abbaaccddc. I do like the sound of four beats per line. I often post my own photos and so write about them if the theme of…

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Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

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