C – Cinquains
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.
~::~ Lovers ~::~
Wholly in love
Romancing ‘neath the stars
Impervious to time & space
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yaayyy… Thursday is here… and so is the Rally..!!
and yes yes yes..!!! I have managed to pick up the Perfect Poet Award again 😀
here it is my fataannnggg award 😀
yaayyy…. thankiiess JI 😀
I nominate – Trisha 😀
And here’s my poem for this week 🙂
its a new form of poetry called Cinquain.. and i have written 5 cinquains in a single poem hence the name PENTA-CINQUAIN.. for more info on CINQUAINS check
Scorching burning de-hydrating
Breeze rustles the leaves
Drizzling Refreshing invigorating
Freshness in the leaves
Crumpling fading descending
Break off, the leaves
Blizzard burying leaves
Blooming blossoming flowering
Green are all the leaves
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