Words, Words, Words

Whilst experimenting with some different poetic forms last summer,  I tried my hand at an Awdl Gywydd which, I am reliably informed, is a welsh, syllabic form containing a quatrain stanza of seven syllable lines. Lines two and four rhyme and lines one and three cross-rhyme into the third, fourth, or fifth syllable of lines two and four. A Sudoku style challenge for those more obsessed by words than numbers!

German Summer

No ties, an enquiring mind

United by midnight moans

Beguiling little love bug

Real lust hugs, wild pheromones

Green flares, the bohemian kind

Admiring my layered tones

We entwine on the soft rug

Heart strings tug, when I’m alone

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