A refrain in literature refers to a phrase, line or group of lines repeated at intervals throughout a poem, most commonly at the end of each stanza. The practice of using refrains is very old. There exists two broad forms of refrain: First, where a line is repeated throughout the poem and second, where words are repeated.
~Beloved~ //Sauntering together on the thorns But why only i felt the pain?//
Red blood raging in my veins,'coz' some pages of my tenderness are been torn apart,Don't wash my blues 'let me',write vows on The stagnant water And the sky emulate Spring caressed the sakura,left the scars on the cheeks,How can love tatto the scars? I try to fit myself on the canvas of His life but unfortunately my soul Did not fit in it and my love was Overflowing with the paint of pain I thought that love would last for ever I was wrong~
~Wife~ Vermilion shinning on the forehead,I tied the knots of seven promises,From the veins of my heart His love was my jewellery,His hug was my warm abode I am loyal as the poets Poetries ,Lips painted with burises,wearing the bangles of The hopes and ring of Eternal love, I got paralysed From the sun stroke My death was uncertain and we departed,Tears had the traffic in my eyes I thought that love would Last for ever I was wrong~
When clouds sing elegies and the wall at your home is flaunted by another frame- work, I flow down your eyes and rub salt over your bones. I rejuvenate pain liberating hope into a wineglass and entitle your poetic seclusion.
Evaporation may suck you out, but I'll condense nostalgic embrace over your parched soul. When your dreams start setting and valour fade into dark pastels of night, I'll rise like a sun to impregnate you with cemented light.
Your ribcage is a silver array cobwebbed of sadistic letters from a stranger, banning joy, grief is my ultimate existence. Your lover is a traitor, make me a forever. I'll kiss your scars even though I'm step-womb of your vengeance.
I'm not a parasite, a carrier of mutualism succouring the war you're fighting alone. I'm a mayhem of disgrace finding an abode in you, but I'll leave my home, the day you learn to stand on your own. ~Purva
Imagery is described as a picture made out of words. It is extensively used in poetry. Gustatory imagery is a type of imagery that appeals to the sense of taste. For example: The fresh and juicy orange.
--Today, write a poem using gustatory imagery in it.--