Microcosm sized life, revolving like wandering star Fate of each,bigger than it with signs Crossing life, unravelling sorrows,on its elliptical lines, Listening it's rhythm,holding the magic within Uncoloured the rainbow,to colour my solitude bin
Fate of each ,bigger than it,with signs Like Baru'ah willing to rule the galaxy Ruling the twilight side of fate with zodiac sign Morning blues of gaia tuning tunes of proxy Beguiled the Octavia by its chord Opera in heart bonding for the sake of accord
Crossing towards destiny on the rope of war Personified my feel to the hue of scream Erupting the fear like the burning star Erasing the anxiety,skrik in the elliptical stream Emptied my soul to reach caelus's citadel As I escaped from the Pompey of past well
Dreamy life unraveling sorrows on its eliptical lines Akin to Apollo,Aphrodite, Gaia,Mars,Sin Curating the nebula of zodiac that inclines Along Cronos,caelus ,Poseidon,Anubis I spin Believing self,in lieu of gemini,cancer,Taurus I escape in life like Aquarius
Listening it's rhythm holding the magic with in I,the woman who believe in her own song Following the magic of notes as kin Adjusting my energy,anchored where I belong Envy of moon felt ,I suppose With proud attire I looked silver papoose
Trenta-Sei Poems The trenta-sei form was created by the poet John Ciardi. It's a 36-line poem (the word "trenta-sei" is Italian for 36) that has a rhyme pattern and refrains. In other words, it's a lot of fun.
Here are the basic guidelines:
Six sestets (or 6-line stanzas). Each sestet has the following rhyme pattern: ababcc. Each line in the first stanza makes the first line in its corresponding stanza. So line 1 is the first line of the first stanza; line 2 is the first line of the second stanza; etc. (So a little like the cascade poem)