Tale Weaver – #310 – Tired and Run Down – 14th January

Tired and rundown and a flat tyre

Storm the city with treason

Failure to fight fraud in branches

Try as I might can’t use my lyre

Complicit to silence even

A craven coward in patches

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Hide for everything might backfire

Right not to go out, I’m wheezing

Tired of all, can’t go on matches

My Netflix contract just expire

Flat tyre on snowy season

Can’t even go to my classes

Indeed I’m so tired and rundown

Not just me if you look around*

(c) ladyleemanila 2021

Trilonnet, created by Shelley A. Cephas, is a 14-line poem made up of four three-line verses of 8 syllables (iambic tetrameter) and one rhyming couplet or four three-lined verses of 10 syllables (iambic pentameter) and one rhyming couplet.

Each 3 line verse is an unrhymed triplet. Each triplet has a rhyme scheme of abc. It is related to a sonnet in that it made up of 14 lines. There are 2 rhyme schemes for this form:

abc abc abc abc dd

or abc cba abc cba dd

This form is written in either iambic tetrameter or iambic pentameter.

For: Tale Weaver – #310 – Tired and Run Down – 14th January | Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie (wordpress.com), Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner: 2021: Week #02 | A Writer’s Community (wordpress.com), Wordle 490 « The Sunday Whirl (wordpress.com)

4 Comments

  1. Wow that’s a complex poetry type. Mind you, I barely manage rhyming the last words of sentences to make something resemble poetry sometimes!

    You did a really good job with the prompt in this format. Well done!

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