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A triolet is a French form of 8 lines with ABaAabAB repetition…for dVerse MTB


 

wet scarlet leaves carpet cold ground

embraced with dew and kissed by mist

hidden in fog, pumpkins lie ’round

wet scarlet leaves carpet cold ground

ghost cows graze cornfield, make no sound

where earth meets sky in phantom tryst

wet scarlet leaves carpet cold ground

embraced with dew and kissed by mist

 

 

 

12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Gina
    Oct 29, 2018 @ 09:30:59

    you created a feeling of being kissed by nature’s love and wrapped in a warm embrace after the cold – so very lovely

    Reply

  2. Waltermarks
    Oct 28, 2018 @ 16:21:11

    It makes me feel like I’m on the ranch, in a foggy morning, tiptoein through the cow pies, a memorable experience! ๐Ÿ˜Š

    Reply

  3. Frank Hubeny
    Oct 27, 2018 @ 16:09:21

    Nice sound and nice last line.

    Reply

  4. Grace
    Oct 27, 2018 @ 15:03:02

    Such a lovely autumn triolet Lynn!

    Reply

  5. V.J. Knutson
    Oct 27, 2018 @ 08:29:48

    Beautiful snapshot

    Reply

  6. rothpoetry
    Oct 26, 2018 @ 16:29:16

    The covered ground is a sign that winter is just around the corner!

    Reply

  7. Bjรถrn Rudberg (brudberg)
    Oct 26, 2018 @ 15:51:37

    Love a triolet… it used to be my favorite for, but such a long time since I wrote one.

    Reply

  8. jillys2016
    Oct 26, 2018 @ 15:16:05

    Hooray for the triolet! The sound devices in this are just wonderful. Kissed by mist – nice!

    Reply

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