Poetry: Tell Me Love.

I am beginning to love creating poetry using the Rictameter Verse. …this form of poetry—Rictameter Verse, uses 9 lines in the poem, and strict syllable count: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 with the first line repeating itself in the last line.

aredleaf

Tell me
again, how the
stars light the night sky and
you’re one of them and how we seem
to ignite the darkness into bright light.
And how it seems, when I look in
your eyes, they ignite with
love and delight.
Tell me.

©Linda J. Wolff 2017 – http://www.urbanpoetry2017.com
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15 replies

  1. I really enjoyed how the last line repeats the first. Quite striking, Linda. ❤

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  2. The structure and the discipline force unusual creativity. Quite the cruel master, this rictameter!

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  3. Repeating the first line at the end is really striking. Lovely poem, Linda xx

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  4. Great poem, Linda. I’m falling in love with these images you’re creating!

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  5. Just tell me … ❤ I loved

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  6. How romantic and challenging. You did an amazing job. I am learning so much from reading your introductions. You write beautifully. ❤

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