Chain of Abolition

“Chain of Abolition” Poetry Form
A poem of 22 lines, invented by Natydel of Allpoetry.com

Syllable Count: 4/5/6/7 /3/4/5/6/7/2/3/4/5/6/7/1/2/3/4/5/6/7

Rhyme Scheme: abcd eabcd feabcd gfeabcd (abcdeabcdfeabcdgfeabcd)

There is no meter requirement.
It is required that there be a line between stanzas.

Example Poem

Flying Out of Singapore

{a parody of signing off, forevermore}

enticing eyes
a curvaceous view
glossy lips, inviting
me to ravage you once more;

intimate
does member rise,
wanting inside you
lack of thought is fright’ning
Can you take it just once more?

kiss me!
speculate
about its size–
just as though it’s new
a kiss so exciting
I’d not take you for a whore.

hush-
I see
delicate
smooth silky thighs,
moist tastes to pursue
curves with pleasure writhing;
then we’re through forevermore-

(c) Lawrencealot – Sept 12, 2012

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