Loplop- Loplop was an alter ego which Ernst developed and functioned as a familiar animal.
First peregrine- adjective a grass type Second peregrine- falcon
4 stanzas: 3 quatrains (or 4-line stanzas) and 1 couplet (or 2-line stanza) 3 rhymes: an A rhyme, B rhyme, and C rhyme The A and B rhymes appear twice in the first 3 stanzas and once each in the couplet The C rhyme is the final line in each of the quatrains Each poem has a variable line length, but the lines should be consistent within each poem
Ah! Sky the dusky room for crescent Embellished with stars without any flaws Rhythm of those nocturnals an earworm Jade coverings swaying in shy Oh the zephyr gently kissing them high Undoubtedly the nature conceives chillness
The English-version of the madrigal (developed by Geoffrey Chaucer), the rules are much more defined. Here they are:
Usually written in iambic pentameter.or 10 syllable per line Comprised of three stanzas: a tercet, quatrain, and sestet. All three of the lines in the opening tercet are refrains. The poem follows this rhyme pattern:
Line 1: A Line 2: B1 Line 3: B2
Line 4: a Line 5: b Line 6: A Line 7: B1
Line 8: a Line 9: b Line 10: b Line 11: A Line 12: B1 Line 13: B2
Flavouring the feel of love in me Let me undress the fear of loneliness Silently listening,waves in heart's sea I dissolve myself in happiness Thy feel unlocked the ribs silently I submit myself to it happily
Let me undress the fear of loneliness Lining each moment with peace Reverie,laughter opiates,fate's kindness Oh! Love spirit of mine awaits for thee to cease Dousing in its pristine hue and flow Surprised by its stain and glow
Silently listening,waves in heart's sea Gracefully washed all anger,once I had Hold me tight,let's explore shades of love in glee Until we attain ecstasy and evade Embracing thee felt an unique courage At this moment feel of mine, divulge
I dissolve myself in happiness Unfurling love in me,bid adieu are those revulsion Love fire kindled,blazing in its richness Filling the gaps with its possession Oh my love! Freedom and love go together This life of mine with love is smoother
Thy feel unlocked the ribs silently Heard rhythm from the delicate den My feel soubresaut elegantly Symbolising our first love,lilacs bloom again Akin to the magenta lilacs I blush Legs piroutted in madness, painting its lush
This is a Madrigal, a type of poetry, developed in English by Geoffrey Chaucer ⭐Written in Iambic Pentameter (10 syllables per line), ⭐Comprises of a tercet, quatrain and setset ⭐ Rhyme scheme as follows where each capital letter represents a refrain.
A B1 B2
a b A B1
a b b A B1 B2
Song of Silence
When days are wasted and nights seem morose, When the void spreads slowly numbing my sense, I listen to the still song of silence.
The doors to vivid cheer brought to a close, Locking me in quiet behind this fence. When days are wasted and nights seem morose, When the void spreads slowly numbing my sense.
Today is labours' day. Let us respect the hardwork of each and every soul who toils for this world. And help those in need. Let us leave our hesitation to act. Go with the heart. Do not follow the crowd..be an exceptional person. Once u start, other will follow you.
Archaic English Words Used: Hark : Pay attention to; listen Hither: To this place Aye: Yes Halt: Stop; Pause Pray: Please Sweven: Vision, Apparition Eventide: At the end of the day Eyne: Eyes Prithee: I pray to thee; please Natheless: Nevertheless Inly: Inwardly Methinks: I think Mayhaps: Perhaps Erewhile: Until now Agone: Ago
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Aye, even during this crisis, we all sing our sad song, but erelong we shall overcome this. This too shall pass.
Will it be "happily ever after" for your favorite pair, or will it be splitsville? Finally, YOU get to decide!
For today's challenge, participants are asked to pick their favorite pair of FAMOUS love birds and rewrite their story in a new and innovative poetic manner. If their tale ended up all 'happily ever after,' perhaps give them a not so 'happily ever after' ending, and vice versa. In other words, you'll be giving an old story a new twist! The chosen COUPLE can be REAL or FICTIONAL, but MUST BE WELL KNOWN so that we can relate. For example, I penned my piece on Sir Lancelot and Lady Guinevere, both of whom are well known, and yet fictional. Submissions must be no more than ___ lines, written in English; and of course no plagiarism, obscenities, foul language/images, nudity, hate speech, etc. One submission per participant please.
*PLEASE MENTION THE FAMOUS COUPLE YOU'VE CHOSEN IN YOUR CAPTION AREA.
When the mind is trained to be in peace To the arguments it is ceased When no one curbs the thoughts flowing Welcomes and helps in others growing When the love does not speak on few paper notes A dream to be build is not choked Where not ego but understanding makes the connection When you can feel even the silent soul's affection When your body feel it's existence as nothing And your soul emerge to a wholesome everything When the heart feels for every segment of earth as one Not only you or me...from the miniscule creature to the hot rays of the sun There where my religion begins That's how my life swings @smi_vaid
Sorry I lost many poets IDs and unable to tag them. And moreover it's only 5 we can tag and makes it difficult to tag all. Hope I am able to connect few of them here.
#mirakee#writerstolli#writersnetwork Heh girl do you remember Those winds used to giggle with you When you used to walk free down the road Seeing your lips touching each end And used to swirl around you To just see your blushing smile The heart used to bloom open To your mouth filled laugh You used to be your parents light An artist who used to silently shine bright A girl always dreamy With thoughts running freely Yes, I do and want to dream again true To wriggle from this fake shell From this cocoon form, I want to fly away and dwell In a point space, where me and my dreams trace @smi_vaid