Monthly Archives: March 2011

Tonight I Write About You

Tonight, I write about you And a love so true, I hope it never ends Whispered endearments and remembered smiles Tonight, I write about you I’m a better man because of you To you, my love, I’ll always be true … Continue reading

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The Lonely Promise of the Dawning Day

The Lonely Promise of the Dawning Day Darkness falls like a black orchid blooming Celestial beauty graces the night sky As a cool wind blows across a lonely landscape Rattling tree branches like dice made of bone A lone wolf … Continue reading

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Can I…

Triolet: (pronounced tree-o-let) The Classic triolet is a very brief, tightly rhymed poem that takes part of its structure from the repetition of entire lines. A triolet is eight lines, as follows: The 1st, 4th, and 7th lines are the … Continue reading

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Haiku and…more

Definition of Haiku A formal or classic haiku is an unrhymed Japanese poem recording the essence of a moment. Nature is combined with human nature. It usually consists of three lines of 5/7/5 (5 syllables in the first line, 7 … Continue reading

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