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.
Torture: Never ending; A bat beating your brain. Pain, anguish, complete agony. Migraine.
Song Birds — Creatures so sweet, Singing to raindrop beats. The melancholy day slips by, Bright day.
Traitors Speak in disguise; Demoralize with lies — Citizens can no longer cry. Congress
Sunshine; Exquisite joy; Birds swing and the bees sing, Smiles flowing with tranquility. Happy!
Grown ups: Crumbled with age, Disrespected by youth. Then the unexpected happens — Revenge!
No sleep, Uneasy dreams Stealing my sanity; One step towards the mental ward — Deranged!
Blame Game; Never my fault: I narrate using lies; Zero accountability: — Sorry
Depressed; Locked in a box; Decaying every day; Not living life to its fullest; Dying
Image; Perfect outlines Swirling around my mind. Never again replicated – Artwork
Ladder; Two directions; Ascending, descending; Perdition or enlightenment — Judgement
Self-worth; New beginnings To an ascetic life; A metamorphosis within — Rebirth
Success, Defined two ways; Earn more or expect less. One leads to life, the other death; Reflect.