The Sonnette — Moon Madness

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As golden orb meets darkened waves
Up creeps the moon on backs of pine
And frosted disc freeze cold greased minds
A madness reigns – moonshadow’s slaves
Until the rose, each morning comes
Warm as a mouth with skin that shines
A madness flees with each new sun.

Paul Szlosek at Paul’s Poetry Playground has introduced another invented poetry form, the Sonnette.  Paul says:
[The Sonnette is an] invented poetry form inspired by the traditional sonnet… Invented by the American poet, children’s author, museum curator, magician, and Boy Scout executive G. Sherman Ripley sometime in the early 1900s, the sonnette is basically a miniature or half sonnet consisting of seven lines (exactly half of the sonnet’s usual fourteen). It has two stanzas: a quatrain (4 lines) followed by a tercet (3 lines) with the quatrain having a rhyme scheme ofabba,while the tercet has one of cbc. And…

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