A Cherita Journey

Gilli, Ferris
September 2012
Frogpond Journal;Fall2012, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p55
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insights on cherita, a three brief verses poetry which tells a story, and their cherita titled as "Slices of Light." The author says that a collaboration of cherita may involve a partnership that creates two or more stories. The author mentions that the major attraction of writing a collaborative poetry is when the reader began to really understand the story after finishing the last line.


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