Thursday photo prompt – Sight #writephoto

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Moments come and go on this misty place
Place used to have some bloody history

Walls covered with moss and other plants
Plants to keep me still like I was in a trance

From here I can see the choppy sea
Sea of spell and mystical vibes
Vibes so peaceful and patient
Patient and ever so faithful

I can see you now coming
Coming with feet in a spring

With your nose up in the air
Air we share fair and square

How happy I am on this instant
Instant contentment of life
Life with you forevermore
Forevermore as we kiss

And so my knight we go
Go to a place where we both grow

As we hold hands by the moonlight
Moonlight and the stars so bright*

(c) ladyleemanila 2017

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* Loop Poetry is a poetry form created by Hellon. There are no restrictions on the number of stanzas nor on the syllable count for each line. In each stanza, the last word of the first line becomes the first word of line two, last word of line 2 becomes the first word of line 3, last word of line 3 becomes the first word of line 4. This is followed for each stanza. The rhyme scheme is abcb.

Variations:

1. Stanzas, writers choice on the number, no rhyming, the last word, first word scheme is maintained.

2. One long stanza, no limit on number of lines, no rhyming scheme, the last word, first word scheme is maintained.

3. Couplets mixed with 4 line stanzas, the last word, first word scheme is maintained in the stanzas. It can also be used in the couplets. Rhyme scheme is ab, cc, defg, hh, ii, jklm, nn, oo.

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For: Thursday photo prompt – Sight #writephoto, 1 September 2017 Friday Fictioneers, Wordle 315 Sep 2 by brenda warren

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