~::~ Unfettered Dreams ~::~

The monotetra is a new poetic form developed by Michael Walker. Each stanza contains four lines

in monorhyme. Each line is in tetrameter (four metrical feet) for a total of eight syllables. What makes

the monotetra so powerful as a poetic form, is that the last line contains two metrical feet, repeated.

It can have as few as one or two stanzas, or as many as desired.

Stanza Structure:

Line 1: 8 syllables; A1

Line 2: 8 syllables; A2

Line 3: 8 syllables; A3

Line 4: 4 syllables, repeated; A4, A4

~::~ Unfettered Dreams ~::~


Long are my days and lonely nights

Torn forlorn unearthly twilights

Waking at unsettling midnights

My soul’s a plight.. My soul’s a plight..


Few silent tears escape my eyes

As hopelessness begins to rise

Confounded mind asks many whys

My heart defies… My heart defies


Despondency in my life screams

A single silver lining gleams..

Of blooming meadows and sun beams

Unfettered dreams… Unfettered dreams




Phew 😀

I hope you liked this one…

Thats it from Megzone for now..!

Keep Smiling..!! Keep Blogging..!! Keep Rocking..!!

Cheerios..!! :mrgreen:


19 thoughts on “~::~ Unfettered Dreams ~::~

  1. Dear Meghana !

    As February being the month of love, I decided myself to express my love for Haiku. After penning down more than half a century of Haikus, the love for it has become immeasurable and made me throw a Challenge to myself, ‘The Haiku Challenge!’ If you ask me what is this Haiku Challenge, then I would say it is simply writing a Haiku a day, beginning February 1 and to carry on until February 28.

    28 days – 28 Haikus – Wow! That sounds great right.

    For more info, Check out the blog post here


    Spread the word for reach as many people as possible.

    Someone is Special

  2. Thanks for contributing poetry potluck week 20, support us by visiting and commenting for a dozen poets starting from our latest entries, 201, 200, 199, 198, 197, 196, 195, stop when you feel that you have enough.

    lovely poetry, keep it coming…


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