A quatrain is a four-line poem and may or may not rhyme.
The first poem that I had won earlier was Frozen to Stillness
The second poem was Come Back Soon
This is the third poem which made it to final list.
Below are the picture that they posted and my quatrain on it below the picture.
(c) Jack Huber. This picture was taken in Kansas City
Hushed voices trapped behind colored frames
Crisscrossed, the thoughts rotate from side to side
Silence speaks under the pillars of courage
Whispering gently under its beams with joy
My winning entry can be found at http://www.jackhuber.com/quatraincity.htm
And the Runner-up: Anthea Burson
The Church of Adolescence
The sun shines through stained glass windows
At The Church of Adolescence
Exposing whispering children
Racing marbles down steel rails.
Copyright © 2010 by Anthea Burson