October 17, 2014

Innocence: Tyburn


Charming
Warming
Slender
Tender
Your charming, warming, innocent looks,
flowing into slender, tender brooks.

Feathered
Creature
Blushes
Tresses
Oh! beautiful, fair, feathered creature,
blushes, tresses define your feature.

Tyburn : 6 line poem having 2, 2, 2, 2, 9, 9 syllables. The first four lines rhyme and are all descriptive words. The last two lines rhyme and incorporate the first, second, third, and fourth lines. Rhyme Scheme:  xxxxee






15 comments:

  1. Wow Vandana you really nailed tyburn, and did it beautifully.

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  2. Sweet! The Tyburn is itself a kind of sculpture. Thank you for your comment on mine. I referred to the Puck in Shakespeare's "The Tempest," trying to pretend I was Shakespeare. I hope it worked.

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  3. An interesting form. Beautiful words!

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  4. Very nice... Enclosing the details of rhyming pattern is something amazing effort... :)

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  5. Not easy to get the likely choice of words in Tyurn, especially rhyming ones! Great write Vandana!

    Hank

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  6. Very charming, Vandana. k.

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  7. Nice, you have captured the innocence and gentle features ~

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  8. What a charming use of form to describe this sculpture.

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  9. Oh, I feel how you love him :)x

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  10. This neat little repetitive form suits your art choice well...nicely done!!

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  11. Oh yes a delightful poem with charming delightful repetition.

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  12. huh intersting...i like the form...the first words almost deconstructed and then put back together in the last lines...

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  13. What a charming post this is Vandana :)

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