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 Category:  Romance Poetry
  Posted: July 11, 2016      Views: 270
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SANDRA DU PLESSIS 

Retired music teacher, and now trying to write my heart out, about what is going on in my mind.

I was asked a few times what my surname means. I only know it is from French origin. I did a Google search and I found the following explanati - more...

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Chapter 1 of the book 36. Heartbreak
A sonnetino poem about heartbreak
"Break Up" by Sandra du Plessis
Background
A collection of poetry in different forms about heartbreak.
I am not good enough, seems to be true
I now accept the fact that we are through
You could depend on me when you felt blue

I gave you all I had; you just don't care
You took what you could; my heart cold and bare

The book continues with Heartbreak. We will provide a link to it when you review this below.

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SONNETINO POETRY

Invented by Fanstorian Lightink

A Sonnetino is a poem with five lines, comprising a tercet and a couplet.
Rhyme = a, a, a, b, b
Meter = Iambic Pentameter
The tercet presents a scene of conflict.
The closing couplet offers a resolution with an optional turn.

Thank you, Angelheart, for your kind permission to use your artwork.



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