Every poem in my soon-to-be-published Moody Woman anthology reflects the particular mood I was in when I composed each one. In this collection of poetry, I poetically describe my romantic, melancholy, humorous, mysterious, spiritual, peaceful, cheerful, and chaotic moods as though they are natural. In other words, my poetry is being used to express my “inside weather” – my mood swings. Therefore, every poem in this collection most definitely is my way of rejecting the widely accepted notion that moodiness is an unhealthy pathological condition.
No matter if couplets are part of a poem, a dramatic scene, or if they are independent poems, couplets always have two consecutive rhyming lines that have the same meter (usually iambic pentameter). Additionally, couplets always form a complete thought, resolve a situation, or give commentary on the work’s theme.