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 Category:  Commentary and Philosophy Poetry
  Posted: March 20, 2017      Views: 547
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 ABOUT
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 85 of the book 40. Humor, Fun and Poems about Life
Humor, fun, Life Poems - Rondelet
"The week begins" by Sandra du Plessis

The week begins,
time never waits for anyone;

the week begins,
exhausted, my mind's in a spin
I find new power from the sun,
forget the strains let us have fun;

the week begins.

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Author Notes
Rondelet

The Rondelet is a French form consisting of a single septet with two rhymes and one refrain: AbAabbA. The capital letters are the refrains or repeats. The refrain is written in tetra-syllabic or dimeter and the other lines are twice as long - octasyllabic or tetrameter.

Example #1:

Such Happiness

Such happiness
Has crept up on me without sound,
Such happiness
Has touched my heart with soft caress;
All life's sharp corners have gone round,
Since I've met you, my friend, I�¢??ve found
Such happiness.

Copyright 2003 Linda Newman

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