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 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: December 27, 2019      Views: 31

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JUDESTER 

I am from Montreal,living in Tanzania for 20 years. Summers, I am at my log cabin in Vermont. I spend time Zanzibar and cook for volunteers that come to Africa. I also make fun beach jewelery (ZanziGirl on etsy)
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A diatelle poem
"Faded compassion" by judester
Old
fashioned
compassion
seems so faded.
Ignore faces ashen.
our hearts dulled, remote and jaded.
They no longer feel pain, just feel hated
They long to live safe, escape. No, go home, they're told.
In remote worlds we, as one, created.
Void of touch, hatred paraded
Lost in the distraction
of lives shaded.
Relations,
nations,
fold.



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Writing Prompt
Write a diatelle for this poetry contest. A diatelle has a set syllable count and a set rhyme.


The syllable count is: 1-2-3-4-6-8-10-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1. The rhyme patter is: abbcbccaccbcbba. It is usually displayed centered. See an example here.

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Thanks to Dick Lee Shia for the artwork.
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