Pine Wood: A Reverse Cinquain

Pine, Needles, Macro, Cone, Unripe

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This week Colleen’s syllabic poetry challenge is to write in the specific form of a Cinquain.  “A Cinquain is a form of shape poetry and is always centered on the page. The required syllables needed for each line give it a unique shape.”  The Reverse Cinquain form I have used follows a two, eight, six, four, two syllable structure.

Pine Wood
Evergreen scent fresh on the breeze
The delicate needles 
And sturdy cones
Embrace

Padre

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