Intertwining three styles of writing on a common theme provides variety for the reader. A pause separates each style with enough blank space to give the reader time to absorb the writing.
For example, a focus on nature might begin with two friends discussing an environmental issue. After a pause the writing moves to an interview with a naturalist or comments on a quotation from a nature writer.
After another pause a poem reveals an emotional aspect of nature. Following more white space, the essay concludes with a personal reflection on the subject. The reader gains information about the subject with each strand of the weave.
Select three different styles of writing. Choose: journal entries, a poem, fable, personal narrative, dialogue, or anecdotes.
Approach the subject by using three writings in sequence with paragraph breaks.
End with power and comments that will stay with the reader.