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Zeno is a recently invented form created by J. Patrick Lewis, and is inspired by the mathematical “hailstone sequence”. It is a 10-line verse form with a varying syllable count of 8,4,2,1,4,2,1,4,2,1. The rhyme scheme followed here is xxxaxxaxxa, x being unrhymed lines. So, only Line 4, Line 7 and Line 10 (the one syllable lines) rhyme. . .
The Yadu is a Burmese form of poetry that uses climbing-rhyme. This stanzaic form is dedicated to the seasons (the word yadu itself means ‘seasons’). It can have a maximum of 3 cinquains (5-line stanzas). The first four lines of a stanza have four syllables each, but the fifth line can have 5, 7, 9, or 11 syllables. Here’s how a Ya-du is structured :- —a –a- -a-b –bc -b–c (for a 5 syllable line variant)
There is something a miss about you. Things have changed to the greatest heights. I know you are not to be blamed for everything is happening in the earth. But whom do I blame? Maybe our own shelves? because blaming the GoVt or the politicians is the humongous crime and breach of law. Isn't it? Something rushes towards my blood I am not sure what it is, the nation is crying. Ever where there is this news of crying, screaming, shouting, begging for help yet We the people failed to be their for them who is struggling with pain in chest who is struggling to gasp for oxygen. Many couldn't meet their loved ones for that one last hug, one last good bye. And couldn't do one last ritual.
After losing everything you had is the worst feeling in the world maybe. There is nothing you can take with you when you leave the world. Not even your own breath. So there is no point in having the huge success, being wealthy, and peace if there is no one to share with you your happiness and your sorrows on this earth.
All you can do is be there for people around you, your love, care and prayers is all they need.
Today I found you Out of nowhere in my garden Dancing to the waves Of breeze And settling in hope That some one Comes and make me home.
Home me make and come One some that Hoping settling and Breeze of waves the to dancing Garden my In Nowhere of out You found I today. . . . Prompt- #cgcprompts (attempt in vain) #aliporepostpoetrymonth
Day 23/26 of #napowrimo2021 The forms of Japanese poetry most familiar to English poets are the Haiku and the Senryu, the 17-syllable poems. But these popular forms were derived from an older, but still popular poetic form, the Waka. The word ‘waka’ means “Japanese poem”. A waka follows a 5-7-5-7-7 syllablic structure much like a tanka. To read more about this form and other forms I have been trying during this #napowrimo , please do visit my blog(link in bio). . .
Day 22/26 of #napowrimo2021 The Villanelle a highly structured poem with 19 lines, composed of six stanzas with five tercets(3 line stanzas) followed by a quatrain(4 line stanza). The poem uses two repeating rhymes and two refrains. The first and third lines of the first stanza are repeated alternately in the last lines of the succeeding stanzas; then in the final stanza, the refrain serves as the poem’s two concluding lines. A1 b A2 / a b A1 / a b A2 / a b A1 / a b A2 / a b A1 A2 Capitals stand for the refrains and lowercase letters for the rhymes. . . #napowrimo#writersnetwork#mirakee#pod@writersnetwork@mirakee