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    Heart's Rawness

    While pedaling back from past quagmire;
    Sniffed the wildfire whiffs,so called passing clouds,
    Wanted a loud cry,but not as attire,
    Should I admire heart's rawness,which is ploughed,

    Learnt that death, not a royal guest,
    Packed up the best, before I seal,
    I'm the winter breeze in life's page
    Lying as sage, believe

    Naive soul ,yet I'm so different
    Building new bent,for me to leave
    Poisoned soul live in new void wheel
    An empty feel, as sleeve

    Fear a leech of my past feeds on my nerve
    Oozing the brave emotion from my vein
    Enclosed in pain,by and by shrinked to serve,
    Those untamed verve brewing in as cocaine

    Hugged the past to ink the saga of fire
    Flying higher,to fuel my pale shroud
    Let me live proud,in divine wide sapphire,
    In stoic tier,to my auras I bowed
    © njram6

    The LaJemme is a 5 stanza form created by poets Laura Lamarca and Jem Farmer.

    Meter: consistently iambic

    Stanza 1, 10 syllables per line, Rhyme scheme abab, 4th syllable of each line is to rhyme with the end rhyme of the preceding line.

    Stanza 2, syllable count: 8/8/8/6, Rhyme scheme cdef, with cross rhymes in each couplet on 4th syllable

    Stanza 3, syllable count 8/8/8/6, Rhyme scheme gfdf, 4th syllable of each line follows the same rule as stanza 1.

    Stanza 4, 10 syllables per line, Rhyme scheme hihi, 4th syllable of each line is to rhyme with the end rhyme of the preceding line.

    Stanza 5, 10 syllables per line, Rhyme scheme abab, 4th syllable of each line is to rhyme with the end rhyme of the preceding line.

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    Heart's Rawness

    ©njram6