Kiss Cross Sonnet

Invented by Jemmy Farmer, aka Sapphic_Raven
Form is Tetrameter   (8 syllable lines)
Rhyme Pattern:  aabb ccdd eeff gg or abab cdcd efef gg
with part of each first line of each quatrain  being mirrored in the fourth line of each quatrain
 
Example Poem:
 
Where’re You Are….Kiss Cross Sonnet
 
My heart belongs where’re you are, 
And while we danced to old love songs, 
Your eyes revealed the brightest star, 
Where’re you are my heart belongs. 
 
We sealed our love in kisses sweet, 
The moonlight shining high above, 
As if she knew of our retreat 
In kisses sweet, we sealed our love. 
 
With hand in hand we watched the dawn, 
Before we walked the barren sand, 
Towards the future found the morn 
We watched the dawn with hand in hand. 
 
And now while thinking of darling you, 
I know my dreams have all come true.
 
By Jemmy Farmer
 
 
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