Chained Cinquain

cin·quain
noun: cinquain; plural noun: cinquains

(in verse) a five-line stanza consisting of twenty-two syllables distributed as 2, 4, 6, 8, 2.

Chained Cinquain

cin·quain
noun: cinquain; plural noun: cinquains

(in verse) a five-line stanza consisting of twenty-two syllables distributed as 2, 4, 6, 8, 2.

Chained Cinquain

Western Religion

Jesus; Jewish Rabbi; Taught Oral Tradition, Not the precepts of Christian law. Saint Paul; Taught paganism By blending Judaism — …

Chained Cinquain

Smile for Me

Female — Pretty lady, Smile for me my baby; Harassment on the city streets — Object Just eye candy Treated …

The Addict, a chained cinquain poem - Walk In Verse
Chained Cinquain

The Addict

She weeps, Chained in anguish, Bound by her master’s trance; He glides into her ceaselessly — Addict; The fire Surges …

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