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 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: February 27, 2021      Views: 51

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For more than 50 years I wrote and set aside my writing hoping someday, as I came into a life of repose, I would be able to review, organize and find my inner voice through my writing. This wonderful site provides such a safe haven, instruction, crit - more...

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Potltach Poetry Challenge: The Quatern
"Jack Frost Adieu" by JLR
I soon bid Jack Frost a warm adieu
as hints of bright sunshine come through
but hear me out, my sweet goodbye
is not sincere, truth told, say I.


The bare tree limbs, no life to view,
I soon bid Jack Frost sweet adieu.
Dark days, cold nights do make me cry.
So, Yes! Begone, so long, I sigh!

Sure, snow did fall. Hard winds blew by.
Some icicles dripped from eaves up high.
I soon bid Jack Frost sweet adieu!
Now my days give me more to do.

Invite these warm days' hoped debut,
as flora climbs slow, into view.
As birds on wing, built nest anew,
I soon bid Jack Frost sweet adieu.

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*The Quatern consists of four quatrains (4-line stanzas),
* 8 syllables in each line.
*The first line of stanza 1 is repeated as a refrain line as the second line of stanza 2, the third line of stanza 3 and the last line of stanza 4. *There is no set meter or rhyme scheme.

My rhyme scheme is: Aabb, aAbb, bbAa, bbaA
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