Saturday Mix — Lorraine 29.04.17

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The time we went to Bali and saw this
Sun shining, big pond of water lilies
Mountains around us, this is such a bliss
Butterflies and bees hovering with ease
Not too hot, enjoying afternoon’s breeze
Walking along the pond, holding my hands
Looking at each other’s eyes with a tease
And we said this is such a fairyland
Like a prince charming, you gave me a kiss
Bali with water lilies, you are missed*

(c) ladyleemanila 2017

* The Decuain (pronounced deck•won), created by Shelley A. Cephas, is a short poem made up of 10 lines, which can be written on any subject. There are 10 syllables per line and the poem is written in iambic pentameter.

There are 3 set choices of rhyme scheme:

ababbcbcaa, ababbcbcbb, or ababbcbccc

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eating leaves
patrolling garden
our three pets
tortoises
garden as their paradise
outdoor till winter

(c) ladyleemanila 2017

For: Saturday Mix — Lorraine 29.04.17, penultimate day of NaPoWriMo, April PAD Challenge: Day 29

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9 thoughts on “Saturday Mix — Lorraine 29.04.17

  1. Two nice poems — Bali and pet tortoises. Exotic topics for folks like me living in North America. I learn a new poetic form from you every time you participate!
    Thanks for participating! And your NaPoWriMo is coming to a close. Well done to have 27/27! Good luck with the last few days.

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  2. The pictures are very nice and the words are lovely. The first poem was refreshing. The weather where I am is crazy–hot one day and snowing the next. I liked the calm feeling of the first poem.
    I love tortoises, so I really enjoyed the second poem.

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