Guidelines: A related form is the French syllabic Lai Nouveau (the New Lai), with some similarities to the villanelle. The features of the Lai Nouveau are: 16 lines in two 8-line stanzas. Repetition of the first two lines as the last two lines of the 16, but in reverse order. Two rhymes, giving the form below. Lines ending with the 'a' rhyme are five syllables long. Lines ending with the 'b' rhyme are two syllables long. Rhyme scheme (where an upper-case letter indicates the appearance of an identical line, while a lower-case letter indicates a rhyme with each line designated by the same lower-case or upper-case letter):
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Its a blessing to feel their love still. Makes me hopeful. Its only been a few years and I've started to forget the faces of mine. But their memories still remain. The way they made you feel. How comforting it was to lie in their arms while they patted your head. The love of stories and songs begins from them.. ah.. I'm getting nostalgic.. thank you for taking me on a stroll down memories path❤️
petrichor_tales@thatgeekgirl that was one of the reasons that didn't make me delete my previous writings here. To hear that from you really makes me happy. Many times I almost deleted most of my posts inspired by many others here. But I did hope that someone might come to smile at how childishly I used to write once. I think only the presentation's changed, I'm still childish indeed
But I'm the sort who hasn't left the mischief behind too.. people tend to have a completely different opinion about that
thatgeekgirl@petrichor_tales oh but"mischief", also so downtrodden! Now see if I cut my finger, or my child grazes their knee, we call it "a mischief", and do so lovingly as we get past the hurt if we think of the literal meaning ("adversely come to an end") it's not as awful as it's made out to be, dear mischief... And rather apt the way we apply it (you endure the bump or scrape but it's over now). I don't think we consider words enough, sometimes... They're not always as bad as we make them out to be!