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 Category:  Romance Poetry
  Posted: July 9, 2017      Views: 143

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Recently published book, "Of Saints and Wooden Nickles" on Amazon. Harry Trumfio was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and now resides with his wife, Lorie in Arlington Heights, Illinois. They have four children, six grandchildren, and two great g - more...

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Love missed at Christmas time.
"Alone... I Walk" by HarryT
Alone I walk into the winter bite
Stars silvering cast a frosty light
Cold wind blowing, collar up high
My life hollow since your good-bye
Alone I walk, this Christmas night

Breaths prance like ghostly sprites
Lights peek from under blankets white
Houses glow softly in the darken cold
Alone I walk

Snowflakes swirl in sallow moonlight
Fireplace flames dance on windows' iced
Tears frozen where you kissed my cheek
My heart in such pain that I want to shriek
Lovers at home share Christmas delights
Alone...I walk

Rondeau Poetry writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
A rondeau poem is required for this contest. It is a fixed form of poetry. It is often used in light or witty poems. It often has fifteen octo - or decasyllabic lines with three stanzas. It usually only has two rhymes used in the poem. A word or words from the first part of the first line are used as a refrain ending the second and third stanzas. The rhyme scheme is aabba aabR aabbaR. See an example and instructions here.
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