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BRITSH POETRY FORUM WEEK 3 Hello all. I decided to try my hand at some of these forms. The first one is what I believe would represent rhyming couplets. Under the stars we walked; Beneath the moon we talked. Though our words were hushed, The meanings couldn't be shushed. Time went on and passed us by; No tears were shed; I did not cry. Heated phrases were not said, But my heart sunk like lead. I told you how I truly feel; You told me words that held appeal. I was hoping for the truth, Instead I found meanings smooth. Your hand found mine, And they somehow entwined. Our fingertips brushed each other's hand;
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Unformatted text preview: The hourglass began to run out of sand. The stars wheeled above, As we talked of trust and love. You held me very tight; In your embrace I felt so right. I do not want you to be the one; I just don't want for our romance to be done. Can I really let go, Of something I longed for so? I also have a few haiku also: The dawn glistens on the grass The strong wind blows through the trees My hair is frozen _______________________ delicate flower in the middle of a meadow sweet flowery scent The sun will rise and twilight will always follow but death is final...
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  • Spring '14
  • 2008 singles, Kumi Koda, BRITSH POETRY FORUM, sweet flowery scent

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