~::~ [A-Z Challenge] ~ Sweetheart ~::~

Day 19 A-Z Challenge, S = Sweetheart (Con-verse)

~::~ Sweetheart ~::~

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Oh! My sweetheart where art thou

Yearning heart wants you here, now

 

Your intense voice that calls my name

Oh sweetheart, sets my heart a’flame

 

I yearn; I pine for your touch so sweet

Oh my sweetheart, my lonely heart beats

 

I crave your fervent arms around me, strong

Oh sweetheart, that’s where I truly belong

 

My soul melts like ice at the thought of you

Oh my sweetheart, you’re the one my soul pursues

~::~::~::~::~::~

Con-verse: The Con-Verse, created by Connie Marcum Wong, consists of three or more 2-line rhyming stanzas (couplets). The meter of this form is in syllabic verse.
Rhyme scheme: aa,bb,cc,dd,ee
Meter: 7,7,8,8,9,9,10,10,11,11
For more details kindly check out the following site.

 

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~::~ [A- Z Challenge] ~ Amorous Dreams ~::~

Day 18 A-Z Challenge, R = Romance (free verse)

~::~ Amorous Dreams ~::~

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Thoughts of you send me tingling
With shivers down my spine
Every inch of your face, in my eyes twinkling
While I yearn to make you mine
Your mellow voice, fresh in my memory
That made me lush beetroot red
Your dimpled smile, alive in my reverie
Twists my heart in a knotted thread
Your delicate fingers with butterfly touches
That inflame every inch of me
An intoxicating furor, potent rushes
Oh baby! You set my heartbeat a’glee

~::~::~::~::~::~

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~::~ [A-Z Challenge] ~ Paris ~::~

Day 16 A-Z Challenge, P = Paris (Cinquain)

~::~ Paris ~::~

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Paris

It’s paradise

Heartbeat of romantics

A feeling blissful and divine

Lovers

~::~::~::~::~::~

 

Cinquain - Cinquain is a short, usually unrhymed poem consisting of twenty-two syllables distributed as 2, 4, 6, 8, 2, in five lines. It was developed by the Imagist poet, Adelaide Crapsey. For more details on a Cinquain you could look up this site.

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~::~ [A-Z Challenge] ~ October ~::~

Day 15 A-Z Challenge, O = October (NaiSaiKu)

~::~ October ~::~

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The nights get chilly

With howling winds blowing cold

Blizzard underway

October is here

Blizzard underway

With howling winds blowing cold

The nights get chilly

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NaiSaiKu - A NaiSaiKu is usually two Haiku length stanzas with a capitalised title sandwiched between them.The second stanza is usually a reverse of the first.  For more information on NaiSaiKu kindly check the following site.

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~::~ [A-Z Challenge] ~ Nyctophilia ~::~

Day 14 A-Z Challenge, N = Nytophilia (Tanka)

~::~ Nyctophilia ~::~

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The world despises

While I rejoice in comfort

Nyctophilia

Coziness washes o’er me

The luxury of darkness

~::~::~::~::~::~

 

Tanka - Tanka is a classic form of Japanese poetry related to the haiku with five unrhymed lines of five, seven, five, seven, and seven syllables. (5, 7, 5, 7, 7). For additional details and examples kindly check this link.

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~::~ [A-Z Challenge] ~ Magnolia Dream ~::~

Day 13 A-Z Challenge, M = Magnolia (Quatern)

~::~ Magnolia Dream ~::~

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Magnolia! You make me yearn

You blossom wild, in grief I burn

Set ablaze for eternity

My immortal love, come to me

 

In every life, affection spurned

Magnolia! You make me yearn

He came, he left without a trace

Oh, how I crave to see his face!

 

Scorned love, in every existence

Passion decried of its essence

Magnolia! You make me yearn

Time after time in every turn

 

Waiting ‘neath the magnolia tree

For love to set my soul a’free 

I burn with the orange Saturn

Magnolia! You make me yearn!

~::~::~::~::~::~

Quatern - A Quatern is a sixteen line French form composed of four quatrains. It is similar to the Kyrielle and the Retourne. It has a refrain that is in a different place in each quatrain. The first line of stanza one is the second line of stanza two, third line of stanza three, and fourth line of stanza four. A quatern has eight syllables per line. For further details on a Quatern, kindly check this link.

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