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 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: May 28, 2016      Views: 443
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MOUNTAINWRITER49 

I am recently retired and reside in the most beautiful area of Virginia--the Shenandoah Valley. I find beauty and inspiration in the mountains every day--it is one of my most faithful muses.

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Chapter 28 of the book 2016
an octogram
"Here At The Shore" by mountainwriter49
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Here At The Shore
An Octogram
Potlatch: 28 May 2016

 

My life slows down and things align
here at the shore.
The stress that I abhor resigns
forevermore—
at least for this all too short week.
I’ll find the solace that I seek
while kissing you as ocean roars
here at the shore.
 
We snuggle close, our arms entwined,
while at the shore,
atop the dunes and sipping wine
‘neath stars galore
as crescent moon begins to rise.
Oh how you tease and tantalize!
I wish we could stay evermore
here at the shore…
 

28 May 2016...............................................

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Author Notes
POETIC FORM:
Octogram, a poetic form invented by fellow FanStorian Sally Yocum. The form's requires are: 1) written in iambic meter; 2) There are two 8-line stanzas with each consisting of the following syllable counts: 8-4-8-4-8-8-8-4; 3) the rhyme pattern is aBabccbB ababddbB, with B being the repeating line.

INSPIRATION:
The Potlatch Challenge for Saturday, 28 May 2016.

Thank you for reading my poetry.

Ray
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